CONSTRUÇÕES DE TESAURO SOBRE A AUTORREALIZAÇÃO DOS ESTUDANTES E SEU BEM-ESTAR PSICOLÓGICO NO ENSINO UNIVERSITÁRIO

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https://doi.org/10.22481/praxisedu.v17i44.6694

Palavras-chave:

Autorrealização do aluno, Análise de tesauros, Marcadores semânticos, Dominantes narrativas

Resumo

O objetivo deste artigo é revelar as manifestações pessoais e confirmações da autorrealização dos alunos para determinar seu bem-estar psicológico no processo de aprendizado na escola superior russa. No estudo, foi utilizado o método de análise do tesauro, através do qual os autores processaram as respostas dos alunos em uma pesquisa especial. Esse método tornou possível destacar os marcadores semânticos da autorrealização dos alunos com seu agrupamento subsequente em três tesauros significado: o tesauro de prontidão para a autorrealização; tesauro de ações de autorrealização; tesauro de ativadores de autorrealização. De acordo com os dados da pesquisa, o estudo identificou três principais dominantes narrativas do bem-estar psicológico dos alunos na educação, tais como: envolvimento do ego no processo educacional, divulgação abrangente de capacidades pessoais e aceitação na comunidade universitária. Esses dominantes formaram a base de critérios de um estudo especial para determinar o nível de autorrealização dos alunos e seu bem-estar psicológico no ensino universitário. Os resultados resumidos mostraram que o processo de educação universitária fornece as condições e oportunidades necessárias para a autorrealização para a maioria dos estudantes entrevistados durante este estudo.

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Biografia do Autor

Timofey Sergeyevich Kupavtsev, Academy of Management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Moscow, Russia.

Ph.D. of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Academy of Management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Moscow, Russia.

Elena Nikolaevna Shutenko, Belgorod National Research University – Russia

Associate Professor, PhD in Psychology, Department of the General and Clinical Psychology. Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia.

Tatiana Victorovna Kuzmicheva, Murmansk Arctic State University – Russia

Ph.D. of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Director of Institute Psychology and Pedagogy, Murmansk Arctic State University, Russia.

Tatiana Alexandrovna Rychkova, Murmansk Arctic State University - Russia

PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Philology and Media Communications, Murmansk Arctic State University, Murmansk, Russia.

Galina Alexandrovna Romanova, Academy of Public Administration, Moscow Region – Russia

Ph.D. of Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Department of educational systems, Academy of Public Administration, Moscow Region, Russia.

Elena Viktorovna Tsareva, Mordovian State Pedagogical University named after M. E. Evseviev – Russia

Ph.D. in Philosophy, Associate Professor of Department of psychology, Mordovian State Pedagogical University named after M.E. Evseviev, Saransk, Russia.

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Kupavtsev, T. S., Shutenko, E. N., Kuzmicheva, T. V., Rychkova, T. A., Romanova, G. A., & Tsareva, E. V. (2021). CONSTRUÇÕES DE TESAURO SOBRE A AUTORREALIZAÇÃO DOS ESTUDANTES E SEU BEM-ESTAR PSICOLÓGICO NO ENSINO UNIVERSITÁRIO. Práxis Educacional, 17(44), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.22481/praxisedu.v17i44.6694