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Background:Â The article presents a theoretical review and empirical results highlighting the issue of the peculiarities of participational interaction in the system persons with disabilities (PWD) society. The main contour of perception of PWD in modern society as well as the peculiarities of their subjective perception of the importance of participational interaction are characterized.
Objective:Â to disclose the peculiarities of participational interaction of persons with disabilities in society based on the authors typology.
Methods:Â As a diagnostic tool the authors tool A degree of the manifestation of participation was used. The results were processed by means of the standard pack of the statistical software IBM SPSS Statistics 21.
Findings:Â The article presents the results of a theoretical analysis of modern Russian and foreign research which allowed us to single out the main predictors of participational process from the perspective of emotional, cognitive and behavioural aspects. The individual peculiarities of the manifestation of the development of the process of participation of persons with disabilities are presented. In the course of presentation of the empirical part of the research the typical models of participational interaction characterized of persons with disabilities are singled out. The means of realization of the set empirical objective is a cluster analysis. The result of the empirical research is types of participational interaction: actively cooperating, moderately inclusive, participating without initiative, inertly accepting.
Conclusions:Â The authors typology of participational interaction is presented which demonstrates a different attitude of persons with disabilities towards a possibility of communication of different statuses. Four types of participational interaction are empirically proved: actively cooperating, moderately inclusive, participating without initiative, inertly accepting. The authors typology has a theoretical value and can be used by specialists in their practical activities for creating an environment without barriers.