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The Deep Aspects of Dynamics of Mono Population's Psychosocial Climate

Student: Elena Ivkina

Supervisor: Ekaterina Strizhova

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Business Consulting (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The Master's thesis "Deep aspects of the socio-psychological climate of mono-settlement" is devoted to the study of the emotional state dynamics of several groups in the village of Nizhniy Arkhyz. This settlement appeared in connection with the construction of the Observatory. The object (Observatory) is still running as one of the most powerful telescopes in the world. The change in population during the existence of this settlement is insignificant. At the end of last year the initiative group has received a grant for the creation of social project, which goal is to find additional social meanings, "to expand the local universe." As a psychoanalyst, I had to make measurements with the help of various psychological tests. I have chosen the following: · The Rosenzweig test; · Frustration test of Rosenzweig; · The Luscher test; · The method of the Boyko's Emotional Burnout; · The method of "Value Orientations" (M. Rokic). The assumptions and hypotheses that I put forward at the beginning of this project were partly confirmed. The study, which I present in detail and step by step, shows the methods and analysis of the results obtained during the project. In my opinion, this work is of social importance. In our country there are a lot of similar mono-settlements. Based on the obtained results, one can understand the emotional state of locals. This knowledge will allow the administrations of any level to interact more effectively with different groups of people.

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