Stress and Violence in the Academic Space: Research, Phenomenology, Factors, Solutions

Stress and Violence in the Academic Space: Research, Phenomenology, Factors, Solutions

Ioan Neacsu (University of Bucharest, Romania) and Anca Cristina Oprea (University of Bucharest, Romania)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2960-6.ch004
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Abstract

The study deals with the diversity of the values of the connections that appear between stress and violence in the academic social environment in the context of the research in the field, of the specialized literature, of the psychological and pedagogical semantics and pragmatics. The configuration of the study is a multiple one: definitions and terminological connections, authorities that have roles in the psycho- academic counseling, factors, contexts and risk situations with stress generative potential, behavior with violent potential. It has been identified and examined a rich set of group or psycho individual social, institutional factors, such as group conflicts, asymmetrical interrelationships, motivations of risk, explanatory mechanisms, and situations with reductive, tense release potential. The model of the approach is also defined by methodological- empirical explorations, syntheses, and statistical results which are useful for the community of the university actors. The study ends with proposals and suggestions of analysis and psycho-socio/ pedagogical intervention.

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