SUBJECTIVE WELFARE AS A COMPONENT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF DIFFERENT AGE, GENDER AND SOCIAL GROUPS OF MODERN YOUTH OF UKRAINE

Shamne Anzhelika Volodymyrivna Шамне Анжеліка Володимирівна

Abstract


The article is dedicated to the analysis of subjective wellness of different social age and gender groups of modern youth of Ukraine aged 12-20. The results are found by author’s questionnaire “Psychological social questionnaire”. The rate “subjective wellness” as the rate of questionnaire is formed on the results of factorization (explains 14.21% of dyspepsia of results). The phenomenological picture f subjective wellness: trust to the world and people; the satisfaction of the process of life and self-being, the feeling of happiness, the feeling of stream, fulfillment of life, inner motivation (taking part in useful activity). Theoretical validity of the rate is analyzed on the basis of  hedonistically and evdonistic approaches, thesis of positive psychology, ego-psychology by E. Erikson, the definition of “subjective vitality”, etc. The evaluation of “convergytive and discriminant validity” (the use of control test battery) was made. The results have shown that during adolescence the rates of subjective wellness decrease (the factor of age). The significant differences in statistics between boys and girls (the gender factor) haven’t been found out. The contest and level of subjective wellness depends the most on social situation of development  and factor  of group-social differentiation (the orphan children, sentenced children, students from technical schools  have the low rates, the students of military schools, modern secondary schools (gymnasiums, lyceums), students-members of Junior Science Academy have high rates.

Key words: subjective wellness, psychological social development, theoretical validity, convergetive validity, adolescence, social age group, trust to world, the satisfaction with life, the feeling of happiness, inner motivation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31108/

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