izpis_h1_title_alt

Ekonomska socializacija po štirih letih
Zabukovec, Vlasta (Author), Polič, Marko (Author)

URLURL - Presentation file, Visit http://www.dlib.si/details/URN:NBN:SI:DOC-FZOGY1CI This link opens in a new window

Abstract
In 1988 and 1990 we did a research on economic socialization of Slovenian children, based on the international project started by David Leiser. Results were reported in the Journal of Economic Psychology in 1990. The level of knowledge of complex economic problems was relativly low and simplified, at least for the problems studied in the interview (i.e. prices, money). It was suggested that this occured because the questionnaire was based on different socio-economic system, where other aspects (i.e. market), not relevant to the Slovenian (Yugoslavian at that time) economy then, were more emphasised. Also a number of answers were greatly influenced by the current socio-economic situation (i.e. great inflation). Economic and political changes that started in that period developed even further, and drastic changes of the whole political and economic system appeared after the multiparty elections at the end of 1990. In a few years, ideas like private property, privatization, shares, insurance etc. adopt quite different meaning. Therefore, we decide to repeat the earlier study, and find out the effects, these changes have in economic socialization. A comparable sample of children, from the first, fourth and seventh grade of a primary school were questioned with the very same questionnaire. In general, the results showed very similar picture in comparison with previous data, with differences mainly in degree and not in direction. Several differences could be explained either by current socio-economic changes or as idiosyncratic phenomena.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:socializacija, materializem, otroci, razvojna psihologija, ekonomija
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:1994
Publisher:Društvo psihologov Slovenije
Number of pages:str. 45-56
Numbering:Vol. 3, št. 2
UDC:330.1
ISSN on article:1318-1874
COBISS.SI-ID:340573 Link is opened in a new window
Views:578
Downloads:136
Metadata:XML RDF-CHPDL DC-XML DC-RDF
 
Average score:(0 votes)
Your score:Voting is allowed only to logged in users.
:
Share:AddThis
AddThis uses cookies that require your consent. Edit consent...

Record is a part of a journal

Title:Psihološka obzorja
Publisher:Društvo psihologov Slovenije
ISSN:1318-1874
COBISS.SI-ID:3084808 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:Unknown
Abstract:
Leta 1988 in 1990 sta bili opravljeni dve študiji ekonomske socializacije pri slovenskih otrocih kot del mednarodnega projekta Davida Laiserja. Stopnja znanja kompleksnih ekonomskih problemov je bila relativno nizka in enostavna, predvsem pri določenih pojmih (npr. cene in denar). Verjetno se je to pojavilo zato, ker je bil vprašalnik ekonomske socializacije sestavljen tako, da je bilbližje drugačnemu socioekonomskemu sistemu, kot je bil takratni slovenski (oz. še jugoslovanski). Na odgovore otrok so v veliki meri vplivala takratna specifična dogajanja (npr. velika inflacija). Velik vpliv so imele tudi ekonomske in politične spramembe, ki so bile posledica večstrankarskih volitevleta 1990. Zato so v nekaj letih pojmi, kot so: privatna lastnina, privatizacija, delnice, zavarovanje, dobili čisto druge razsežnosti. Zato smo se odločili, da ponovimo študijo in ugotovimo, kako so te spremembe vplivale na ekonomsko socializacijo otrok. Izbrali smo primerjalni vzorec učencev prvega, četrtega in sedmega razreda in aplicirali isti vprašalnik. Na splošno so rezulteti pokazali zelo podobno sliko kot predhodni. Razlike so se pojavile v stopnji razumevanja posameznih pojmov, ne pa v smeri. Razložili bi jih lahko s socialnoekonomskimi spremembami ali kot idiosinkratični fenomen.


Similar documents

Similar works from RUL:
Similar works from other Slovenian collections:

Comments

Leave comment

You have to log in to leave a comment.

Comments (0)
0 - 0 / 0
 
There are no comments!

Back