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2020, vol. 54, br. 2, str. 216-241
Determinante mentalnog blagostanja u Srbiji
Institut društvenih nauka, Beograd

e-adresavmentus@idn.org.rs
Projekat:
Strukturne, društvene i istorijske promene srpskog društva u kontekstu evropskih integracija i globalizacije (MPNTR - 179039)

Ključne reči: mentalno blagostanje; Srbija; Evropsko istraživanje o kvalitetu života
Sažetak
U radu se ispituju determinante mentalnog blagostanja u Srbiji. Mentalno blagostanje se određuje kao stanje blagostanja u kojem pojedinac ostvaruje svoje potencijale, može se nositi sa stresnim životnim situacijama, može produktivno i plodonosno da radi i može da da doprinos svojoj zajednici. Iako su istraživanja determinanti mentalnog blagostanja na nacionalno reprezentativnim uzorcima iz drugih zemalja naširoko zastupljena, u Srbiji su u potpunosti zanemarena. U radu su korišćeni nacionalno reprezentativni uzorci iz Srbije iz 2011. i 2016. godine koji potiču iz Evropskog istraživanja o kvalitetu života. Podaci su pokazali da mentalno blagostanje opada sa starošću, posebno među starijim ženama. Drugo, samoprocena opšteg zdravstvenog stanja je najznačajnija determinanta mentalnog blagostanja. Optimizam u pogledu svoje budućnosti, osećaj napetosti i zadovoljstvo porodičnim životom su sledeći. Takođe su ispitani trendovi mentalnog blagostanja u petogodišnjem periodu između dva kruga istraživanja i ustanovljen je njegov blag, ali ne statistički značajan pad.
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jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/socpreg54-23748
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 14.07.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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