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DOI 10.25688/2223-6872.2020.33.1.07




V. P. Sheinov,


Minsk, The Republic of Belarus, sheinov1@mail.ru

V. А. Karpievich,

UCP MES of Belarus,

Minsk, The Republic of Belarus,



Victimization is an event of violence or the experience of experiencing violence, the process of tur­ning an individual into a victim of criminal assault, bullying, aggression, as well as the result of this process. The study of victimization is relevant in view of its wide prevalence in modern society and the many negative consequences for victims of bullying. The goal was to explore the possible relationships between the victimi­zation of Emergencies Ministry cadets and their emotional intelligence, academic performance and craving for smoking, and compare them with the results of foreign studies. It was established that four types of victimi­zation are negatively related to the components of emotional intelligence, namely: aggressiveness is negatively related to controlling one's emotions, self-motivation, empathy, recognition of other people's emotion con­ditions and emotional intelligence together with uncritical behavior is negatively associated with the ability to manage emotions, self-motivation and emotional intelligence. Victimization is negatively associated with the ability to manage emotions and emotional intelligence. The craving for smoking turned out to be positively associated with aggressiveness, uncritical behavior and general victimization. Insecurity from manipulation is negatively correlated with emotional awareness. A comparison of the results with the results of foreign studies (mainly children) shows that the nature and orientation of the relationships identified for cadets as a whole does not differ from those found in foreign studies. In this study, these relationships are fleshed out by discovering the relationships between types of victimization and the components of emotional intelligence. Unlike the results of foreign studies on the negative relationship of victimization of students with academic performance, cadets do not have such a connection in Russian-speaking society. Conducted classes with cadets allowed to increase the level of their emotional intelligence in all its components.


Keywords: victimization; bullying; emotional intelligence; insecurity from manipulation; Emergencies Ministry cadets.

For citation: Sheinov V. P., Karpievich V. А. Emotional Intelligence and Victimization of Students of the University of Emergency Situations // Systems Psychology and Sociology. 2020. № 1 (33). P. 85-99. DOI: 10.25688/2223-6872.2020.33.1.07


Sheinov Viktor Pavlovich, Professor, Doctor of Sociology, PhD in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Academician of the International Academy of Information Technologies, Professor of the Department of Psy­chology and Pedagogical Mastery of the National Institute for Higher Education, Minsk, The Republic of Belarus.

E-mail: sheinov1@mail.ru


Karpievich Viktor Alexandrovich, Associate Professor, PhD in Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Humanities of the Civil Protection University of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Belarus, Minsk, The Republic of Belarus.

E-mail: karpievich68@yandex.by



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