Comparative analysis of emotional states and social deprivation in internally displaced persons and the host population in Ukraine
The theoretical analysis of the correlation of the phenomenology of mental states, emotions, emotional states, emotional-sensory states and emotional experiences of the person undergoing social deprivation is carried out.
The content of emotional states, emotional attitudes and experiences of social deprivation of forced migrants and the receiving population as a homogeneous bilateral group, which has socially determined influence on everyday consciousness and conditions of vital activity, is determined. The empirical correlates of awareness of time (life) perspectives, indicators of existential completeness of internally displaced persons and the host population are presented.
The mechanisms of value-semantic identification of groups during the period of experience of social crises under conditions of positive identification are considered, as evidenced by the absence of significant differences in the indicators of existential completeness of the individual of the groups under study, the phenomenology of social derivation, existential deprivation, the experience of deprivation of meaningless loss
The comparison of the orientation of the temporal (vital) perspective, the deprivation condition of the emotional states of the migrants on the level of connection of the social deprivation of freedom of choice with the growth of hostility and conflict, and the strengthening of the dichotomy of elevation-depression are substantiated.
The "triangle" of social deprivation of the displaced woman is proposed. peculiarities of the experience of social deprivation of internally displaced persons and the receiving population by groups: migrant men: "Valuable-personal", "Internalization of the present experiences", "Compensatory personality", "Prognose and prospects"; Women Resettled: "Anxiety Responsibility", "Role Negative Affectivity", "Nostalgia", "Sure Proactive"; host-male: "Social Responsibility", "Pessimistic Forecasts", "Fear of Loss", "Social Enmity"; host women-women: "Ambivalent charity", "Rational Prognose", "Scandalous Economy", "Deprivation of Identity." The established models specify targets of work of specialists with socially deprived groups. Practical recommendations for specialists in social and psychological rehabilitation have been developed.
The practical value of the results obtained is that the proposed approaches can be used in the work of centers and support services, social and psychological rehabilitation of various groups of people who are exposed to social deprivation, stigmatization, as well as in professional training programs for psychologists, social workers and volunteers.
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