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2015, vol. 14, br. 2, str. 169-191
Uticaj formiranih uverenja o karakteristikama autizma dece neurotipičnog razvoja na prihvatanje vršnjaka sa autizmom
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju

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Cilj ovog istraživanja jeste utvrđivanje uticaja formiranih uverenja o autizmu koja imaju učenici četvrtog, odnosno sedmog razreda osnovne škole na prihvatanje vršnjaka sa autizmom. Uverenje šta je autizam je formirano na osnovu vinjeti koje su konstruisane sa ciljem da objasne autizam kao oštećenje u oblasti komunikacije, socijalizacije i da ga karakterišu ograničena/repetitivna interesovanja. Učenici su imali za zadatak da nakon pročitane vinjete popune Upitnik o zajedničkim aktivnostima. Srednje vrednosti ukazuju na umereno pozitivne ponašajne namere u okviru ispitivanih domena (socijalni, akademski i rekreativni). Učenici su radije stupali u zajedničke aktivnosti u okviru socijalnog, nego akademskog i rekreativnog domena. Devojčice su u svim ispitivanim domenima iskazale veću spremnost da stupe u zajedničke aktivnosti sa vršnjakinjom sa autizmom nego dečaci. Dečaci su bili spremniji da stupe u zajedničke aktivnosti kada im je formirano uverenje da je autizam poremećaj u socijalizaciji. Iako je, globalno posmatrano, naš uzorak ispoljio blago pozitivne stavove prema vršnjaku sa autizmom, kada se posmatraju pojedičani ajtemi uviđa se da trećina učenika ne bi sprovela određene aktivnosti sa vršnjakom sa autizmom što ukazuje na potrebu intervencija u smeru kreiranja pozitivnijeg stava.
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jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/specedreh14-8735
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 27.11.2015.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman

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