• Работа психолога по ранней диагностике и профилактике эмоциональной неуравновешенности студентов

    Author: Gulnara Hasanova (Гюльнара Гасанова)
    Institution: Baku Slavic University (Бакинский славянский университет)
    Year of publication: 2016
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    Pages: 47-58
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    PDF: kim/2016_1/kim2016104.pdf

    Early diagnosis and prevention of emotional instability of students on psychologist`s work
    The article is devoted to the problem of an early diagnosis among students with emotional imbalance, revealing aggression, anxiety, presence of the stress in students, the difficulties of adapting to a new team. Exploring the matter of the theory, we have seen how diverse approaches of scientists to this issue, which gives us a reason to conduct its research and consideration of the matter, taking into account national peculiarities of students of Baku Slavic University. Experimental work was carried out on the basis of the Faculty of Education of the University that mentioned above. As the purpose of the study was determined to the characteristics of the emotional sphere of students, corrective and preventive work diagnostics and organization within the center providing social and psychological assistance to young people, which functions at the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology of the Baku Slavic University. After diagnosing the presence of problems relating to the adaptation of freshmen to the new social environment, our assistance to the program has been planned for the students, whose performance on the application of the technique go beyond the norm. The basis of psycho program was one of the series of training sessions in conjunction with the mini lectures and seminars, which allowed the students to explain the difficulties of the first year of study in high school and, after individual counseling students create a specific program depending on the presence of difficulties at this age stage. Comparing the results before and after the correction process has allowed us to confirm the effectiveness of the program, which has been decided to comprehensively existing problems among students. Therefore, the students were well prepared for the examinations, and indicators on different scales were ranked in the allowed rate.

  • Anxiety Determinants of Populist Attitudes among Young People

    Author: Danuta Plecka
    Institution: Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
    Author: Agnieszka Turska-Kawa
    Institution: University of Silesia in Katowice
    Year of publication: 2016
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    Pages: 256–269
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    PDF: apsp/52/apsp5215.pdf

    In 2015, so-called double (i.e., presidential and parliamentary) elections were held in Poland. The unquestionable winner of these elections was Law and Justice [Prawo i Sprawiedliwość], using slogans such as “good change” or “we’ll make it” in the campaign. The leitmotif of this campaign was discrediting any activities, including achievements, of the Civic Platform [Platforma Obywatelska] / Polish Peasant Party [Polskie Stronnictwo Ludowe] coalition, addressing a “simple man” or the nation, and pointing out the need to involve the state institutions to implement the “good change” in favor of the “simple man”. Thus, Law and Justice adopted the anti-elitist position, pointing to the “pathologies of democracy in Poland”, mainly caused by the rule of the Liberals. Initiating the populist style of thinking was one of the reasons for the party’s success. This was an interesting research problem for us, especially that Law and Justice gained the trust of many young voters, aged 18–24.
    The success of Kukiz’15 Election Committee, based on the third place achieved by musician Paweł Kukiz in the presidential election, was also very significant for our research questions. It was fascinating because Kukiz’15 Electoral Committee, apart from the popular slogan about the need to establish single-member electoral districts (JOW) and anti-elitist approach, did not offer the voters any vision of socio-political order in terms of ideology or programme. Still, it managed to persuade citizens to vote for Kukiz’15 in the parliamentary election.
    These premises led to a research problem concerning the analysis of anxiety determinants that contributed to the positive reaction of voters, especially young ones, to the populist elements of the electoral campaign. Obviously, the fact that so-called soft populism is an inherent characteristic of all electoral campaigns was taken into account. Furthermore, we took into consideration the widespread occurrence of populist slogans in virtually all political programmes. Still, some questions remained unanswered, and the aim of the present study was to answer them. The primary question to answer is about the degree to which individual anxiety dispositions influence the development of populist attitudes among young people. Another important question is whether these are strong populist attitudes or just populist tendencies. The research results presented below are exploratory in character: this is only an introduction to further search for the answers to the above-mentioned questions.

  • Trauma COVID-19 w polskich metropoliach – przypadek Krakowa

    Author: Piotr Długosz
    Institution: Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. KEN w Krakowie
    Year of publication: 2021
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    Pages: 24-49
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    PDF: kie/133/kie13302.pdf

    The trauma of COVID-19 in Polish metropolises – a case study of Kraków

    The article presents the results of research on the socio-cultural trauma induced by the coronavirus pandemic. The research was conducted on a sample of 650 inhabitants of Kraków. The CAWI survey (Computer-Assisted Web Interview) was used in the research. The pandemic and concurrent phenomena resulted in a decrease in living standard. It is related to all the aspects of daily functioning. The rise of coronavirus and its rapid spreading made people lose their existential security. Their current world became uncertain, which resulted in fear and anxiety among individuals. Anxiety, sadness, exhaustion, boredom and loneliness are present among dominant emotions. The presence of negative emotions indicates that the pandemic strongly influenced the emotional and mental lives of the respondents. As a response to the rising trauma, the inhabitants of Kraków mainly applied active strategies of coping with it. It is worth adding that the traumatic process has just been triggered and along with subsequent negative effects, which reveal themselves in the post-pandemic reality, it will accumulate and have a destructive impact on society.

  • Analysis of Anxiety, Knowledge, and Beliefs Toward E-Learning During Covid-19: The Case of Science Teachers in Aceh, Indonesia

    Author: A. Halim
    Institution: Universitas Syiah Kuala
    Author: Irwandi
    Institution: Universitas Syiah Kuala
    Author: Yunisrina Qismullah Yusuf
    Institution: Universitas Syiah Kuala
    Author: M. Yakob
    Institution: Universitas Samudra
    Year of publication: 2021
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    Pages: 111-121
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    PDF: tner/202102/tner6409.pdf

    The aim of this research is to analyze anxiety, knowledge, and belief toward e-learning acceptance, especially by science teachers in high schools in Aceh, Indonesia. About 117 teachers were randomly selected for this study. A questionnaire was used to collect data, and analyzed using the Likert scale. The results indicate that most teachers view the use of e-learning in teaching science to be positive. Despite the fact that only half of them are knowledgeable in the use of media and have concerns about some negative effects of e-learning on students, they still believed in the usefulness of e-learning in science education. Hence, more related research is recommended to further corroborate the findings of this study.

  • Does School Experience Kill Confidence? Chosen Aspects of Students’ Feelings and Beliefs about Themselves over a Number of Years of Education

    Author: Karolina Glinka
    Institution: University of Silesia in Katowice
    Year of publication: 2020
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    Pages: 138-146
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    PDF: tner/202001/tner5911.pdf

    Stress and anxiety experienced at school is negatively correlated with school achievements and mental health. Experiencing stress and anxiety is common for young people of school age from all over the world. Previous experiences have significant influence on children’s self-efficacy and their self-confidence. Students’ school experiences are the main subject of this text. This article presents results of longitudinal studies among children from primary school. In 2016 a questionnaire was distributed among children in 2ⁿd and 3rd grade (N=82). In 2019 the same survey was conducted among the same children in 4t and 5t grade (N=82). Aft er several years of education students declare higher levels of stress and anxiety and lower levels of self-confidence and beliefs in their abilities in situations when they are evaluated at the board. Results of the research disclose a disquieting tendency in school experience.

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