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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Psichologija / Psychology (S006)
Author(s): Argustaitė-Zailskienė, Gita
Title: Mikčiojančių suaugusiųjų patiriamo vienišumo sąsaja su socialiniu palaikymu ir socialiniu nerimu
Other Title: The relationships of loneliness, social support and social anxiety among stuttering adults
Extent: 66 p.
Date: 31-May-2012
Keywords: mikčiojimas;vienišumas;socialinis palaikymas;socialinis nerimas;stuttering;loneliness;social support;social anxiety
Abstract: Tyrime dalyvavo 74 Lietuvoje gyvenantys mikčiojantys asmenys nuo 17 iki 58 metų amžiaus (iš jų 38 vyrai ir 36 moterys) ir 74 nemikčiojantys asmenys nuo 18 iki 51 metų (37 vyrai ir 37 moterys). Tiriamiesiems pateikta interneto svetainėje patalpinta apklausa, susidedanti iš diferencinio vienišumo klausimyno, socialinio aprūpinimo klausimyno ir nerimo socialinėse interakcijose klausimyno. Taip pat pateikta socialinių-demografinių klausimų. Gauti rezultatai rodo, jog vieniši mikčiojantys asmenys jaučia daugiau socialinio nerimo ir gauna mažiau socialinio palaikymo, lyginant su nevienišais mikčiojančiais asmenimis. Be to, vieniši mikčiojantys asmenys, gaunantys daugiau socialinio palaikymo, jaučia mažiau socialinio nerimo negu vieniši mikčiojantys asmenys, gaunantys mažiau socialinio palaikymo. Taip pat apskaičiuota, jog apskritai mikčiojančiojo amžius neturi sąsajos su jo gaunamu socialiniu palaikymu, tačiau kuo vyresnis yra mikčiojantis asmuo, tuo mažiau jis jausis socialiai integruotas, ir atvirkščiai. Tyrimo rezultatai rodo, jog mikčiojančiųjų vienišumą paaiškina mažas socialinis palaikymas ir didelis socialinis nerimas, o socialinį nerimą paaiškina stipresnis mikčiojimas.
74 stuterrers currently residing in Lithuania, aged 17-58, (38 men and 36 women) and 74 non-stutterers, also currently residing in Lithuania, aged 18-51 (37 men and 37 women), took part in the research. The respondents filled out an online survey consisting of the Differential Loneliness Scale, the Social Provisions Scale and the Social Interaction Anxiety Scale. Some sociodemographic questions were also included in the survey. The results show that lonely stuttering adults had higher levels of social anxiety and received less social support than their less lonely counterparts. Also, lonely stuttering adults who received more social support had lower levels of social anxiety than lonely stuttering adults who received less social support. It was also calculated that the stutterer‘s age does not have any direct linkage to their level of received social support, however, the older a stutterer gets, the less socially integrated he or she will feel. The results also show that the stutterers‘ loneliness was buffered by higher levels of social support and negatively affected by higher levels of social anxiety. Moreover, social anxiety was shown to be negatively affected by more severe stuttering.
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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