Journal of Human Sport and Exercise

Development of health-saving competencies in students from dysfunctional families as a factor of socialization and formation of a healthy behavior model

Maria A. Erofeeva, Natalia V. Belyakova, Liubov I. Ukolova, Iuliia A. Kozlitina, Yuliya V. Bazhdanova, Natalia V. Kalinina

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/jhse.2021.16.Proc4.42

Abstract

The paper presents a study of the specific features of socialization, as well as the formation and development of health promoting competences in students from dysfunctional families. The authors of the paper conducted a theoretical and methodological analysis of the stated problem (the characteristics of the main groups of dysfunctional families and their classification are given; the content of the concept of deviant behaviour as a factor of desocialization of the student’s personality is uncovered), and an empirical study was carried out. Based on the results obtained, an additional education program was designed and tested, aimed at the formation and development of socialization skills and health promoting competences in students. It has been proved that after doing the program, students have developed the following personal qualities required for successful socialization in society: personal identification (knowing their desires, needs; strengths and weaknesses; ideas about their character traits); ideas about the skills of communicative behaviour. Creative imagination mechanisms were developed and an idea of the world of professions was formed. As part of the formation of health promoting competences, students developed coping behaviour skills in difficult life situations and coping strategies. In addition, the authors of the paper provide methodological recommendations for the introduction of the designed program into the practice of the educational process.


Keywords

Health-promoting competences; Socialization of students; Dysfunctional family; Educational technologies; Upbringing and development

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