The results of the study revealed significant relationships between the modalities of the concept “stress” and coping behavior, which confirms the hypothesis of verbal-semantic regulation of human behavior and activity: what kind of a set of signs and meanings we put into the word “stress”, defines our coping strategies with difficult life. However, these relationships are different types: inverted U-shaped, linear and discontinuous, which may indicate different mechanisms for verbal-semantic control. The similarity of stress perception was revealed between students from Russia and Tatarstan, as well as between students from Turkey and China, between students from Armenia and China. It is shown that stress management with the help of active and passive recreation is the same for students of different cultures, however, specific methods of leisure activities for students may vary. A key feature of young people from Russia is the awareness of their role in causing a problem (self-accusation) and the hope of a successful concurrence of circumstances. Students from China are distinguished by a pronounced collectivism aimed at solving difficult life problems (social activities). In situations of heightened tension, students from Armenia, Turkey and Tatarstan need spiritual (religious) support.
|Título traduzido da contribuição||CROSS-CULTURAL FEATURES OF THE CONCEPT "STRESS" AND COPING IN|
|Número de páginas||15|
|Número de emissão||4 (100)|
|Estado da publicação||Published - 2019|
- 15.00.00 PSYCHOLOGY
Level of Research Output
- VAK List