List of publications on a keyword: «subjective alienation»


[19.00.00] Психологические науки

Publication date: 17.04.2017
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Odinochkina Elena Victorovna , аспирант
EI "Gomel State University named after F. Skorina" , Belarus

«The peculiarities of anxiety while experiencing psychological alienation»

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The article describes the features of anxiety of an adult who is in the process of experiencing psychological alienation. The basic concepts of research have been revealed. The differences between levels of anxiety of adults experiencing psychological alienation have been shown. The prospects of further research on this problem have been described.

Психолого-педагогические аспекты воспитания и обучения

Publication date: 25.04.2017
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Odinochkina Elena Victorovna , аспирант
EI "Gomel State University named after F. Skorina" , Belarus

«Students' life-purpose orientations in the context of experiencing psychological alienation»

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In the article questions of socialization of the student of modern education in the context of constantly changing conditions of activity, norms and values are considered. The basic concepts of research are revealed. Differences are shown between students experiencing psychological alienation and socially active, satisfied with their own lives. Prospects for further research on this issue are described

Психология

Publication date: 21.04.2017
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Odinochkina Elena Victorovna , аспирант
EI "Gomel State University named after F. Skorina" , Belarus

«Some features of meaningful orientations of adults experiencing psychological alienation»

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In the article features of meaningful orientations of adults who are in the process of experiencing various forms of psychological alienation are considered. The basic concepts of research are revealed. Differences are shown between the average indices of adult samples experiencing various forms of psychological alienation. Prospects for further research on this issue are described