|dc.identifier.citation||"Creativity Studies" Vol. 14, No 2 (2021), s. 488-505||pl_PL|
|dc.description.abstract||The article is aimed at diagnosing the determinants of youth’s positive adaptation to
changing demands of life. It is focused on the relationships between creativity and resilience. The
analysis comprised youth’s adaptive competences and the resources and risks of social environment.
In two measurement periods, quantitative-qualitative studies were conducted among youth
in the Polish-Czech borderland. The research design enabled complex diagonal and longitudinal
comparisons, which addressed: the identification and analysis of change trends, recognition of
their lack, likelihood assessment of these trends in both compared cohorts.
The concept of resilience was used to analyse and interpret research results. The identification
was conducted of (outer and inner) risk and protective factors determining positive adaptation
in the Polish-Czech borderland. The borderland effect was indicated – the impact of borderland
on its inhabitants’ socialization, conditioned by spatial-social-cultural-economic properties. Attention
was drawn to the forming of youth’s flexibility, ability to handle everyday situations and
their resistful behaviour patterns. Borderland is a source and stimulant for acquiring the disposition
of resilience. The presented analyses show tendencies and universal mechanisms of human
behaviour, not only in borderlands.
The article indicates the need for educational activities developing and forming resilience, for
elaborating intervention programmes based on better use (in adaptation) of resources and protective
factors in the environment.||pl_PL|
|dc.rights||Uznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska||*|
|dc.title||The determinants of positive creative adaptation of youth in the Polish-Czech borderland||pl_PL|
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