Coping Behavior of Orthodox Religious Students in Russia

This article presents a study of coping behavior regarding Orthodox religious students in Russia. The paper analyzes the investigation results concerning psychological features of modern Orthodox students from two universities in Russia (Moscow). The data collection methods are: Folkman and Lazarus’...

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Published in:Journal for the study of religions and ideologies
Main Author: Pavenkov, Oleg
Contributors: Rubtcova, Mariia (Other); Shmelev, Ilya (Other)
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: [2016]
In:Journal for the study of religions and ideologies
Year: 2016, Volume: 15, Issue: 44, Pages: 205-224
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Russia / Orthodox Church / College student / Religiosity
Further subjects:B Coping behavior
B psychological peculiarities of orthodox students
B types of religious people
B structure of individual religiosity
B Religiosity
B Orthodoxy
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Summary:This article presents a study of coping behavior regarding Orthodox religious students in Russia. The paper analyzes the investigation results concerning psychological features of modern Orthodox students from two universities in Russia (Moscow). The data collection methods are: Folkman and Lazarus’s coping-test, Smirnov’s psychometric techniques "Questionnaire of religious activity" and Shcherbatykh’s "Test for revealing of the level of individual religiosity". The study suggests that coping behavior is connected with the level of religiosity.
ISSN:1583-0039
Contains:Enthalten in: Journal for the study of religions and ideologies