Special Issue on The Development of Hardiness in Young People in the Circumstances of the Modern World

Submission Deadline: Feb. 25, 2020

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  • Special Issue Editor
    • Nurlan Aldabergenov
      Department of Psychology, Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
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    • Sholpan Mardanova
      Department of Psychology, Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
    • Nazken Askargalieva
      Department of Psychology, Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
    • Anargul Kasymzhanova
      Department of Psychology, Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
    • Natalya Khon Khon
      Department of Psychology, Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
    • Lyudmila Rogaleva
      Theory of Physical Culture IFKSiMP UrFU, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia
    • Diana Ermekova
      Department of Psychology, Turan University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Introduction

    In the process of its formation and development, science psychology often changed the range of problems studied, and experience shows that defining a new phenomenon is not an easy task. And of course, this is not easy to do in relation to such a complex and multidimensional phenomenon as “human stability to the modern realities of life”, that is, hardiness.
    Youth now, more than ever before, has access to a huge amount of all kinds of data, to large amounts of information, it is provided with a wide range of opportunities, from meeting new people and finding information to make transactions and communicate with customers, therefore, they try to master the knowledge of various foreign languages, professions. Every year, thousands of students study at the best universities in the world. This is a time of young, energetic and talented people and unique opportunities are open to them.
    But, along with such new opportunities, there are new challenges and risks that young people cannot always accept and are ready to respond to them. After all, youth is a tense period of completion of physical maturation of a person and development of new qualities, moral consciousness, worldview, civic positions. Under unfavorable conditions at this age there are deep experiences and various conflicts.
    The problem of youth’s hardiness is the problem of the scientific status of all existing psychological schools (behaviorism, psychoanalysis, gestalt psychology, cognitive psychology, humanistic psychology, etc.). Practical, fundamental and applied aspects of this phenomenon are applicable both in narrowly subject and in areas related to psychology.
    The purpose of the study: to determine the level of hardiness of young people and identify factors affecting their hardiness.
    Aims and Scope:
    1. Hardiness
    2. Reflection
    3. Anti-social behaviour
    4. Asocial forms of self-assertion
    5. Commitment
    6. Challenge
    7. Control

  • Guidelines for Submission

    Manuscripts can be submitted until the expiry of the deadline. Submissions must be previously unpublished and may not be under consideration elsewhere.

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