ASPECTE PSIHOLOGICE ALE ABSENTEISMULUI ŞCOLAR

Monica DECAN

Abstract


Aspectele psihologice individuale, cele sociale sau comunitare se întrepătrund în cazurile de absenteism, având de multe ori consecinţe grave. Principalii factori de stres al elevilor sunt presiunea grupului, riscul consumului de droguri, metode educative slabe sau inconstante, disfuncţiile în notare, frica de examene etc. Din această perspectivă, absenteismul devine o problemă socială, fiind un semnal al existenţei unor probleme la nivel de societate.

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SCHOOL ABSENTEEISM

Individual psychological aspects, social and communitary ones are intertwined in cases of absenteeism, often with serious consequences. The main stress factors for students are group pressure, the risk of drug abuse, weak or inconsistent educational methods, disfunctionnal scoring, fear of exams etc. From this perspective, absenteeism becomes a social problem, an indicator of problems existing within the society and community.


Keywords


risk, absenteeism, aspects, pupils, school, stress, factors, causes, society.

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