publication . Article . 2017

The role of “responsiveness” within the self in transitions to university

Ramon Gomes; Virgínia Dazzani; Giuseppina Marsico;
Open Access English
  • Published: 06 Jun 2017
  • Country: Denmark
Abstract
Entering university is a complex psychosocial phenomenon that can create several new stressful situations that students need to face. The transition into university may be accompanied by some psychosocial problems such as reduced self-esteem and academic achievement, increased social anxiety, and a critical rise in the probability of dropout.<br/>How does a person use cultural elements to cope with stress? Responding to this<br/>question requires an understanding of the multivocal and ambivalent self. The paper aims at introducing and discussing the concept of Educational Self and the role of the responsiveness for explaining the complexity of the transition to ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Transition to university, coping, Educational Self, responsiveness, Bakhtin, Cultural Studies, Sociology and Political Science, Social Psychology, Anthropology, Ambivalence, Coping (psychology), Social anxiety, Psychology, Academic achievement, Phenomenon, Self, Cultural psychology, Psychosocial, Developmental psychology
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publication . Article . 2017

The role of “responsiveness” within the self in transitions to university

Ramon Gomes; Virgínia Dazzani; Giuseppina Marsico;