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I. A. Kibal´chenko, T. V. Eksakusto, “SUCCESS” CONCEPT ORGANIZATION STYLES EXEMPLIFIED BY THE STUDENTS WITH DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE IN PARENTAL FAMILY RELATIONS

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“SUCCESS” CONCEPT ORGANIZATION STYLES

EXEMPLIFIED BY THE STUDENTS WITH DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE IN PARENTAL FAMILY RELATIONS

 

I. A. Kibal´chenko,

T. V. Eksakusto,

SFU ICT and IS, Taganrog

 

The article is aimed at showing the “success” concept content, including cognitive, regulative and intentional, emotional and estimation components, reflecting the nature of the “success” concept content, i.e. students take it to mean the result of peculiar efforts and purposeful actions. The deductive content analysis of the «success» concept cognitive structure exemplified by the students with different understanding of the “parental family” notion was used as the main method of the research. Specific peculiarities of the concept mental map were found out in the research. Following “success” concept organization styles were specified as a result of quadri classification: “Accurate fast”, “Accurate slow”, “Inaccurate fast”, “Inaccurate slow”. The research proves that the positive experience in parental family relations leads to an emphasis of the so called “accurate” organization styles, i.e. to the cognitive maturity of a person and the ability to identify any situation in a fast and accurate way. The “success” cognitive notion is integrated with the intellectual and personal resource in this case.  On the contrary, negative experience in parental family relations forms «inaccurate» organization styles, i.e. persons have distorted perception of the “success” notion and its achieving. Thus, the students with the positive experience in parental families differ significantly (φ*emp = 2.321, р≤0,01) from the students with negative experience in such styles as “Accurate fast” and “Accurate slow” (reflexive one) (φ*emp = 1.968, р≤0,05). That is why positive experience in parental family and correct upbringing promotes person’s future cognitive maturity, his/her ability to make accurate decisions, detect different reality situations and make correct decisions to solve the problems.

      

Keywords: style; concept; success; experience in relations; parental family.

 

For citation: Kibal´chenk I. A., Eksakusto T.V. “Success” concept organization stylesexemplified by the students with different experience in parental family relations // Systems psychology and sociology. 2019. № 1 (29). P. 58-67

 

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