E3S Web Conf.
Volume 258, 2021Ural Environmental Science Forum “Sustainable Development of Industrial Region” (UESF-2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Psychology of Environmentally Responsible Behavior|
|Published online||20 May 2021|
Digital Environment and Socialisation of Adolescents with Reduced Somatic Health Status
1 Don state technical University, Gagarina Sq., 344003, Rostov-on-don, Russia
2 State-owned educational institution of the Rostov region «Rostov-on-Don sanatorium boarding school», 36-line st., 58, 344025 Rostov-on-don, Russia
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The article discusses particularities, main resources and risks of socialization of adolescents with reduced somatic health status in the digital educational environment. The article highlights the features and psychological characteristics and determinants of socialisation success in the digital educational environment. The issues of psychological characteristics of adolescents with somatic health problems are considered. An insight is given into the specifics of adolescents with somatic problems adapting using the resources of the digital learning environment. The role of understanding the psychological portrait of adolescents with reduced somatic health status to support their successful adaptation to the digital environment was shown. The article shows the connection between the success of adolescents’ socialisation and information competence, attitudes to interaction in the information space, achievement motivation and self-actualisation aspirations. The article describes the empirical study of psychological features of adolescents with reduced status of somatic health, shows their perceptions of limitations and risks of socialization. The material characterizing the specificity of self-concept and anxiety of adolescents with somatic problems, projection of these features in the space of interaction in the digital environment is presented.
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