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Psychological Flexibility and Attitudes towards Disability. Psycho-Socio-Educational Study of the Relations between Parents and Children

Hila Fuchs

Abstract

This study examines the relationship between psychological flexibility and attitudes, perceptions, and feelings towards individuals with disabilities and towards integrating people with disabilities in society. This integrated study, presented here, is a stage in a broader study that examined the relationship between psychological flexibility, educational elements, and various components that take part in shaping and assimilating perceptions and attitudes towards disabilities. The study presented here was conducted in two parts: The first part included data collection and quantitative analysis from 153 adult subjects to understand the statistical relationship between psychological resilience and attitudes toward disability. The second part included integrated data collection and analysis, quantitative and qualitative, from 60 respondents, 30 children, and 30 adults, to deepen our understanding regarding the correlations between psychological flexibility and the approach towards disabilities and the understanding of components that affect the correlation. The study shows a positive correlation between psychological flexibility and an attitude towards disabilities and contributes to deepening the understanding of components that have different effects on this relationship.
Record ID
UAM3cf25f806f88451c9f54b7814b6076c4
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Hila Fuchs Hila Fuchs,, Undefined Affiliation
Title in Polish
Elastyczność psychologiczna a postawy wobec niepełnosprawności. Psycho-społeczno-edukacyjne studium relacji między rodzicami a dziećmi
Title in English
Psychological Flexibility and Attitudes towards Disability. Psycho-Socio-Educational Study of the Relations between Parents and Children
Language
eng (en) English
Certifying Unit
Wydział Studiów Edukacyjnych [nowa struktura organizacyjna] (SNs/WSE)
Scientific discipline (2.0)
5.9 education
Status
Finished
Year of creation
2021
Defense Date
21-10-2021
Title date
21-10-2021
Supervisor
Pages
259
URL
https://hdl.handle.net/10593/26450 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
sociology of education; ACT; psychological flexibility; disability; social integration; social learning theory
Abstract in English
This study examines the relationship between psychological flexibility and attitudes, perceptions, and feelings towards individuals with disabilities and towards integrating people with disabilities in society. This integrated study, presented here, is a stage in a broader study that examined the relationship between psychological flexibility, educational elements, and various components that take part in shaping and assimilating perceptions and attitudes towards disabilities. The study presented here was conducted in two parts: The first part included data collection and quantitative analysis from 153 adult subjects to understand the statistical relationship between psychological resilience and attitudes toward disability. The second part included integrated data collection and analysis, quantitative and qualitative, from 60 respondents, 30 children, and 30 adults, to deepen our understanding regarding the correlations between psychological flexibility and the approach towards disabilities and the understanding of components that affect the correlation. The study shows a positive correlation between psychological flexibility and an attitude towards disabilities and contributes to deepening the understanding of components that have different effects on this relationship.

Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAM3cf25f806f88451c9f54b7814b6076c4/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAM3cf25f806f88451c9f54b7814b6076c4

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