Estado psicoemocional dos alunos durante o período de autoisolamento pandêmico da COVID-19 no contexto dos fatores sociodemográficos

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.2.15281

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Estado psicoemocional, Fatores sociodemográficos, Pandemia de COVID-19, Estudantes, Auto-isolamento

Resumo

O estado psicoemocional dos jovens na pandemia COVID-19 pode se tornar um indicador de várias transformações e tendências sociais positivas ou negativas. O objetivo do estudo é verificar a influência de fatores sociodemográficos (sexo, idade, ano de estudo, direção da formação profissional na universidade, conciliar estudo e trabalho, residir em área rural ou na cidade, em residência particular ou um apartamento, com os pais ou independentemente) em condições de auto-isolamento na avaliação dos principais componentes do estado psicoemocional dos alunos: bem-estar, atividade e humor. Usamos o método de avaliação rápida de bem-estar, atividade e humor. O teste foi realizado online; os materiais relevantes foram postados no portal educacional eCampus da Universidade Federal do Norte do Cáucaso. A análise dos resultados da pesquisa foi baseada no teste H de Kruskal Wallice, análise de frequência primária, análise dos valores médios da escala e desvios-padrão para os grupos de comparação. O estudo foi realizado de 13 de abril a 22 de maio de 2020, e envolveu 1.173 alunos com idades entre 17 e 36 anos, matriculados em 1-5 anos. O estudo sugere que o estado psicoemocional dos alunos no período de auto-isolamento depende da idade: quanto mais jovens são os alunos, maior é a probabilidade de sofrerem de fadiga e declínio no bem-estar, atividade, humor. O estudo forneceu novos dados sobre as características das avaliações integradas do bem-estar, atividade e humor dos alunos em condições de auto-isolamento forçado devido à pandemia COVID-19.

 

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Biografia do Autor

Irina V. Belasheva, North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), Stavropol

Associate Professor and Head of the Department, Department of General and Applied Psychology. PhD in Psychological Sciences.

Aleksandr E. Gapich, North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), Stavropol

Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology. PhD in Social Sciences.

Marine L. Yesayan, North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), Stavropol

Associate Professor of the Department of General and Applied Psychology. PhD in Psychological Sciences.

Irina N. Polshakova, North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), Stavropol

Associate Professor of the Department of General and Applied Psychology. PhD in Psychological Sciences.

Evgeniia V. Soloveva, North Caucasus Federal University (NCFU), Stavropol

Associate Professor of the Department of General and Applied Psychology. PhD in Psychological Sciences.

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01/05/2021

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BELASHEVA, I. V.; GAPICH, A. E.; YESAYAN, M. L.; POLSHAKOVA, I. N.; SOLOVEVA, E. V. Estado psicoemocional dos alunos durante o período de autoisolamento pandêmico da COVID-19 no contexto dos fatores sociodemográficos. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. esp.2, p. 981–1000, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.2.15281. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/15281. Acesso em: 17 set. 2021.