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2016 | 1 | 247-265
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OBRAZ SIEBIE I MAŁŻEŃSTWA U WSPÓŁMAŁŻONKÓW OSÓB Z NIEPEŁNOSPRAWNOŚCIĄ RUCHOWĄ. PERSPEKTYWA STYGMATYZACJI PRZENIESIONEJ

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Self-Concept and image of marriage in perception of spouses of individuals with mobility disability. role of courtesy stigma
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Przedmiotem artykułu jest analiza wyników badań własnych, dotyczących znaczenia stygmatyzacji przeniesionej dla obrazu siebie oraz satysfakcji małżeńskiej partnerów osób z niepełnosprawnością ruchową. Uwzględniając globalny poziom stygmatyzacji przeniesionej, postrzeganej oraz odczuwanej, przeanalizowano jego znaczenie dla wybranych własności obrazu siebie pełnosprawnych współmałżonków oraz doświadczanej przez nich satysfakcji ze związku w zakresie poszczególnych jej aspektów oraz wskaźnika globalnego. W badaniach wzięło udział 85 osób pełnosprawnych. Materiał zebrano za pomocą Kwestionariusza Stygmatyzacji Przeniesionej własnego autorstwa, Skali Samooceny Fittsa oraz Kwestionariusza Dobranego Małżeństwa Plopy. Ustalono, że poziom stygmatyzacji przeniesionej w obu jej wymiarach różnicuje istotnie własności obrazu siebie badanych oraz ich satysfakcję małżeńską. Osoby o wysokim poziomie stygmatyzacji ujawniły relatywnie najwyższy poziom samokrytycyzmu i identyfikacji z własnym Ja, ale również najwyższe wartościowanie poszczególnych sfer Ja. Najkorzystniejszy obraz związku małżeńskiego, ze stosunkowo najwyższym poczuciem intymności oraz podobieństwa, a przy tym najniższym rozczarowaniem, odnotowano u osób mających niski poziom stygmatyzacji w obu jej wymiarach.
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The paper analyzes the results of the author's own research on the significant role played by courtesy stigma in the concept of self and marital satisfaction among spouses of individuals with a mobility disability. Considering the global level of courtesy stigma (perceived and enacted), its significance for selected characteristics of the self-concept among the non-disabled spouses, as well as for their marital satisfaction in specific aspects and generally, was analyzed. The sample consisted of 85 non-disabled individuals. The material for analysis was obtained using the Courtesy Stigma Questionnaire developed by the author, as well as Tennessee Self-Concept Scale by W. H. Fitts and the Well-Matched Marriage Questionnaire by M. Plopa. The level of courtesy stigma, in both aspects, was found to significantly differentiate characteristics of respondents' concept of self and marital satisfaction. Individuals with high levels of stigma revealed relatively the highest level of self-criticism and identification with the self, but also ascribed the highest value to specific aspects of the self. The most positive image of a marital relationship with the relatively highest feeling of intimacy and similarity, and at the same time, the lowest disappointment levels, was found among individuals with low levels of stigma (perceived and enacted).
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247-265
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2016
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  • Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Wydział Pedagogiki i Psychologii
  • Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Wydział Pedagogiki i Psychologii
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