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Materia medica
2015, vol. 31, br. 2, str. 1305-1313
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
objavljeno: 24/03/2016
doi: 10.5937/matmed1502305M
Ispitivanje motivacije za pružanje podrške deci oboleloj od malignih bolesti
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju

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Kod dece koja su hospitalizovana zbog tretmana malignih bolesti gubitak kose je najvidljivija spoljna manifestacija i ona dramatično utiče na njihovo dalje samopouzdanje te samim tim i na eventualni razvoj psihičke krize. Istraživanja motivacionih aspekata uključivanja radi pružanja neformalnih oblika podrške obolelima od malignih bolesti su deficitarna i zahtevaju dalju pažnju. Humanitarna inicijativa 'Kilometar kose', kao jedinstvena dobrotvorna akcija na teritoriji Srbije tokom 2015, imala je za cilj prikupljanje kose i izradu perika za decu obolelu od malignih bolesti. Osnovno pitanje kojim se ovaj rad bavi odnosi se na otkrivanje ključnih motiva za donaciju kose. U prikazanom istraživanju izdvojile su se tri najvažnije grupe motiva. Prva se prepoznaje kao altruizam i detektovana je kod skoro polovine ispitanika obuhvaćenih istraživanjem. Druga grupa obuhvatila je skoro trećinu ispitanika i bila je pokrenuta empatijom prema oboleloj deci. Najmanji procenat ispitanika rukovodio se motivima za koje bismo mogli reći da obezbeđuju neku vrstu odobravanja i poželjnosti u društvu. Dalja kontinuirana istraživanjima u ovoj oblasti sa temeljnijom proverom motivacije obezbedila bi građu za planiranje programa za podizanje društvene svesti o važnosti pružanja psihosocijalne podrške obolelima od malignih bolesti.

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