E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Social Determinants and Health Behaviors|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Peculiarities of success performance of women in codependent relationship in a changing society
Don State Technical University, Rostov on Don 344000, Russia
* Corresponding author: Kolenova.email@example.com
Dynamism in culture and personal value orientations leave their mark on such a socio-cultural phenomenon as success. It is classified as one of those concepts, the life meaning of which is clearly understood by everyday consciousness, but its psychological essence is sometimes not obvious due to the multifaceted nature of its meanings and relationships, expressed in its semantics. It was proved that codependent relationships affect the value-semantic sphere of the codependent, the content characteristics of the value-semantic sphere of the codependent change. Among other things, ideas about one's own life, one's future may change, the image of the I and the image of the world, the idea of success, change. The study involved 167 participants - women in codependent relationships. Research methods: methodology "Research of ideas about successful professional activity" (O. Yu. Klochkova); methodology "Motivation for success and fear of failure" (A. A. Rean); methodology "Self-assessment of manifestations of fear of success" (G.V. Turetskaya); scale of measuring codependency in relationships (L. Spann-D. Fisher, adapted by V.D. Moskalenko). Statistical analysis and data processing were performed using the «Microsoft Excel 7.0» и «SPSS» (22.0). Our comparative analysis of the data made it possible to reveal that there are significant differences in the indicators of ideas about success among women with a high and normal level of codependency, and there is also a relationship between the level of codependency and ideas about success.
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