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Duševno zdravje osnovnošolcev med epidemijo covid-19 : diplomsko delo
ID Bratina Sirk, Saba (Author), ID Videmšek, Petra (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, ID Škraban, Juš (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
V diplomskem delu sem raziskovala o duševnem zdravju osnovnošolcev med epidemijo covid 19. Duševno zdravje je tema, ki postaja čedalje bolj aktualna, k zavedanju pomembnosti le-te pa je pripomogla tudi sedanja epidemija. V osnovni šoli otroci preidejo v obdobje odraščanja, kjer so deležni veliko različnih izzivov, ki jih morajo osvojiti. V preteklem letu so se za vse pojavile izjemne okoliščine, ki so zahtevale ekstremno prilagodljivost, s čimer pa se niso znali vsi spopasti. Zaradi nepoznanih okoliščin in izgubi varovalnih dejavnikov (šola, stik z vrstniki...) so se povečale duševne stiske in težave, o katerih je poročalo tudi veliko nevladnih organizacij in drugih strokovnjakov. V teoretičnem delu diplomske naloge sem opisala duševno zdravje, stanje o duševnem zdravju otrok pred in med epidemijo, varovalne dejavnike otrok, težave osnovnošolcev med epidemijo in ovire pri iskanju psihosocialne pomoči pred in med epidemijo. V kvantitativni raziskavi sem raziskovala pojavnost duševnih stisk osnovnošolcev pred in med epidemijo, pogostost iskanja pomoči, načini iskanja pomoči, zadovoljnost z dobljeno pomočjo in razlogi za ne iskanje pomoči. Rezultati so pokazali, da so se duševne stiske med epidemijo povečale v tretjini primerov, da pomoč poišče le tretjina otrok in mladostnikov s težavami ter da se najraje na pomoč obrnejo k prijateljem ali staršem. Na koncu sem rezultate raziskave povezala tudi s teorijo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:otroci, mladostniki, duševne stiske, pomoč, epidemija, varovalni dejavniki
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FSD - Faculty of Social Work
Year:2021
Publisher:[S. Bratina Sirk]
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (48 str.))
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:364.622-057.874
COBISS.SI-ID:81507843 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:19.08.2021
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Mental health of primary school children during the Covid-19 epidemic
Abstract:
In my thesis, I am reaserching the mental health of elementary school students during the covid 19 epidemic. Mental health is a topic that is becoming more and more relevant, and the current epidemic has also helped to raise awareness of its importance. In primary school, children go through a period of growing up, where they face many different challenges that they have to overcome. Over the past year, exceptional circumstances have arisen for all of them, which have required them to be extremely flexible, which not everyone has been able to satisfy. Due to increased demands and the loss of protective factors (school, contact with peers, ..), mental distress and problems increased, which was also reported by many NGOs and other experts. In the theoretical introduction to the thesis, I generally described mental health, the state of mental health of children before and during the epidemic, protective factors of children, problems of primary school children during the epidemic and obstacles in seeking psychosocial help before and during the epidemic. In my quantitative research, I investigated the incidence of mental distress in primary school children before and during an epidemic, the frequency of seeking help, the media seeking help, satisfaction with the help received, and the reasons for not seeking help. The results showed that mental distress increased during the epidemic in a third of cases, that only a third of children and adolescents with problems sought help, and that they preferred to turn to friends or parents for help. In the end, I also linked the results of the research to theory.

Keywords:kids, adolescents, mental distress, help, epidemic, protective factors

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