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Integral characteristics of psychological readiness of students for volunteering

G.F. Golubeva, Еlena М. Feshchenko, E.N. Mezhennaya
80,00 Р

UDC 316.35-043.8/.9:159.947


G.F. Golubeva is Cand.Sci. (Psychology), Ass. Prof. e-mail: ; E.M. Feshchenko is Cand.Sci. (Psychology), Ass. Prof. e-mail:; and E.N. Mezhennaya is Master Student e-mail: at I.G. Petrovsky Bryansk State University


Presented is an analyzes in features of participation of students in volunteer activity in public life of the country. Shown are results of studying readiness of student volunteers to providing help assistance to population. The analysis of data as to psychological qualities necessary for successful functioning in volunteer activity is carried out. The main conditions for active and long-term participation of student youth in the work of volunteers are considered.

Key words: volunteer, volunteer movement, attitudes, psychological readiness, motivation, activity, student age.



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