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Journal
2012 | 4(120) | 23-38
Article title

Pojęcie klimatu szkoły w badaniach zachowań ryzykownych młodzieży

Title variants
EN
School climate construct in the studies of risky youth behaviours
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Przedmiotem artykułu jest pojęcie klimatu szkoły i jego zastosowania w badaniach efektywności szkół i placówek oświatowych. Tak jak poszczególni ludzie mają swoją niepowtarzalną osobowość, tak szkoły i inne placówki oświatowe mają swój klimat. Ani osobowości człowieka, ani klimatu szkoły nie można wyjaśnić za pomocą sumy cech indywidualnych. Wyniki badań wskazują, że pozytywny klimat szkoły wiąże się z mniejszym nasileniem zachowań ryzykownych młodzieży. Szkolne działania profilaktyczne powinny uwzględniać tworzenie klimatu, który sprzyja pozytywnemu rozwojowi młodzieży.
EN
The article explores „the school climate” construct and its implementation in research of school institutions effectiveness. Like individuals have their unique „personality”, the schools have their own „climate”. Neither the personality of individuals nor school climate can be explained by a sum of individual qualities. Results of the researches indicate that a positive school climate is related to lower rates of risky youth behaviours. School-based prevention activities should include a creation of a climate that supports youth positive development within a school institution.
Journal
Year
Issue
Pages
23-38
Physical description
Dates
issued
2012-12-31
Contributors
  • Instytut Psychiatrii i Neurologii w Warszawie
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Notes
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
0239-6858
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-d485829d-827a-42bf-8f8c-a8465e6a2118
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