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2019, br. 2, str. 127-148
Romi i više/visoko obrazovanje - psihološki i društveni kapital kao faktori akademskog uspeha
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Institut za psihologiju
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Odeljenje za pedagogiju i andragogiju

e-adresansimic@f.bg.ac.rs, jekac@eunet.rs, mstancic@f.bg.ac.rs
Projekat:
Identifikacija, merenje i razvoj kognitivnih i emocionalnih kompetencija važnih društvu orijentisanom na evropske integracije (MPNTR - 179018)
Ovaj rad je proizvod projekta "Romski šampioni" (Romani Champions), pod pokroviteljstvom FXB centra za zdravlje i ljudska prava pri Univerzitetu Harvard, koji sprovodi Centar za interaktivnu pedagogiju (CIP).

Ključne reči: psihiloški kapital; društveni kapital; akademski uspeh; studenti romske nacionalnosti; više/visoko obrazovanje
Sažetak
S obzirom na nisku zastupljenost studenata romske nacionalnosti u oblasti višeg/visokog obrazovanja i na Mali broj studija koje su istraživale lične i društvene resurse mladih odraslih Roma, naš cilj je bio da ispitamo psihološki i društveni kapital Roma koji pohađaju institucije višeg/visokog obrazovanja i da utvrdimo da li postoje razlike u odnosu na studente koji nisu romske nacionalnosti. Upitnik je ispunilo ukupno 89 studenata romske nacionalnosti i 105 studenata koji nisu romske nacionalnosti. Utvrđene su značajne razlike između ove dve grupe u pogledu svih komponenti psihološkog kapitala, sa izuzetkom samoefikasnosti. Finansijski i obrazovni status porodica studenata romske nacionalnosti znatno je nepovoljniji nego kod studenata koji nisu romske nacionalnosti. Oni dobijaju podršku za sticanje višeg/visokog obrazovanja od manjeg broja osoba, ali su građanski angažovaniji i uživaju veću podršku predstavnika nevladinih organizacija. Možemo da zaključimo da su uprkos nepovoljnom kapitalu porodične strukture studenti romske nacionalnosti razvili visok nivo psihološkog kapitala. Praktične implikacije su dodatno razmotrene u radu.
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DOI: 10.5937/AndStud1902127S
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