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2020, br. 166, str. 271-286
Metodološka pitanja u istraživanjima afektivnog blagostanja
aInstitut društvenih nauka, Beograd
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju
Projekat:
Strukturne, društvene i istorijske promene srpskog društva u kontekstu evropskih integracija i globalizacije (MPNTR - 179039)
Identifikacija, merenje i razvoj kognitivnih i emocionalnih kompetencija važnih društvu orijentisanom na evropske integracije (MPNTR - 179018)

Ključne reči: validnost; pouzdanost; merenje; afektivno blagostanje; pozitivan afekat; negativan afekat
Sažetak
U radu su predstavljena metodološka pitanja u ispitivanju afektivnog blagostanja u savremenim društvenim istraživanjima. Afektivno blagostanje se može odrediti kao balans između doživljenih pozitivnih i negativnih afekata. U prvom delu rada su izneti dosadašnji nalazi o prirodi afekata, njihovoj međusobnoj povezanosti i o pojedinim kognitivnim predrasudama vezanim za samoprocenjivanje doživljavanja afekata. Zatim su hronološki predstavljeni najčešče korišćeni metodi merenja i istaknute prednosti i nedostaci svakog od njih. Tu spadaju merni instrumenti koji sadrže i samo jedan i više ajtema, instrumenti za merenje kako intenziteta, tako i učestalosti i trajanja doživljavanja afekata, instrumenti koji se zasnivaju kako na samoprocenama, tako i na procenama drugih ljudi, i kako subjektivni tako i različiti objektivi merni instrumenti. U radu su predstavljeni i primeri velikih međunarodnih istraživanja koja uključuju ispitivanje afektivnog blagostanja na nacionalno reprezentativnim uzorcima. U završnom delu su iznete neke od preporuka za dalja istraživanja i zaključna razmatranja.
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jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/kultura2066271M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 02.07.2020.