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Krzyżowski Janusz
Tytuł
Emigracja, imigracja, akulturacja, "westernizacja" - naglące problemy psychiatrii transkulturowej współczesnego świata
Emigration, Immigration, Acculturation, 'Westernisaton' - the Burning Questions of Transcultural Psychiatry in Today's World
Źródło
Problemy Zarządzania, 2009, vol. 7, nr 3 (25), s. 172-185, bibliogr. 47 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Zarządzanie międzykulturowe
Słowa kluczowe
Psychologia człowieka, Psychologia jednostki, Stres psychologiczny, Emigracja, Imigracja, Choroby
Human psychology, Individual psychology, Psychological stress, Emigration, Immigration, Illness
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Emigracja - ze względu na swą masowość, która narastała lawinowo od XX w. i nadal trwa, oraz liczne związane z tym uciążliwości, stresy i ciężkie doświadczenia, jakie przynosi zarówno jednostkom, jak i całym grupom społeczeństw - jest jednym z istotnych czynników zakłócających ich równowagę psychiczną i niweczącą szanse na stabilny dalszy rozwój. Dlatego stanowi przedmiot żywego zainteresowania psychiatrii transkulturowej. Tym bardziej, że jej następstwa, takie jak akulturacja czy "westernizacja", pogłębiające jeszcze owe stresy, są dalszymi negatywnymi konsekwencjami owych ruchów społeczeństw i jednostki. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Emigration, which has been rapidly increasing since XX century is - with its mass scale and the difficulties, stress and tribulations that accompany it and that touch individuals as well as whole groups - is one of the major factors that disturb their mental balance and thwart their stable development. Therefore it is a subject of vivid interest of transcultural psychiatry. All the more since its effects - such as acculturation or 'westernisation', which aggravate the stress - are subsequent negative consequences of the individual and group migrations mentioned. (original abstract)
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