SHS Web of Conf.
Volume 94, 2021Sustainable Development of Regions 2020 – XVI International Scientific and Practical Conference “State. Politics. Society”
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Educational and Linguistic Sciences|
|Published online||12 January 2021|
Assessment of social and psychological adaptation of foreign students in the conditions of the Metropolitan metropolis
1 Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Miklukho-Maklaya Str., 6, 117198 Moscow Russia
2 Vygotsky Institute of Psychology, Russian State University for the Humanities, Miusskaya sq. 6, 125993, Moscow, Russia
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A sample of 264 practically healthy students from Beijing, Harbin, XI'an, and Moscow (197 Chinese and 67 Russian students: 137 boys and 127 girls aged 18.3 to 25.6 years) studied the dynamics of sociopsychological adaptation of students in the Metropolitan area. The majority of students (58%) from XI'an had low indicators of socio-psychological adaptation, which was associated with high levels of situational and personal anxiety. High levels of aggression were also observed in this group. The assessment of social and psychological adaptation of Chinese students from Beijing also showed difficulties in adaptability and difficulties in psycho-emotional relations: almost half of the students (48%) from Beijing took an intermediate position in terms of psychoemotional state. Interpersonal communication problems were identified in this group.Assessment of social and psychological adaptation of Chinese students from Harbin showed a fairly high level of adaptation in most students (69%), which was expressed in a fairly good knowledge of the Russian language, intergroup communication, and low indicators of anxiety and aggression
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