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The Role of "Roger's Triad" in Socio-Psychological Adjustment of Forced Migrants

Student: Zaruhi Yeremyan

Supervisor: Alexander B. Orlov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Counselling Psychology. Personality Studies (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This study aimed to identify the relationship between the level of expression of the "Rogers’ Triad", namely the sum of three personality attributes (congruent self-expression, empathic understanding and unconditional positive regard) and the level of balance between accommodation and assimilation processes in the process of adjustment of migrants. Based on a theoretical review and analysis of the literature, we presented a model describing the manifestations of a person's socio-psychological adjustment depending on the processes of accommodation, assimilation and balance, taking into account the role of the “Rogers’ Triad” in these processes. A quantitative and qualitative analysis of the data was conducted. The analysis revealed a positive relationship between the level of the "Rogers’ Triad" and the degree of migrants’ balanced adaptation. In the thematic analysis of groups of respondents with low and high levels of “Rogers’ Triad”, we found differences in respondents' perceptions of the same information. The findings and conclusions of this study can bе applied while working with migrants using the principles and communicative practices of the person-centered approach.

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