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FEAR OF THE FUTURE AND STUDENTS FUTUROLOGICAL ORIENTATIONS
; Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet Banja Luka Banja Luka, Bosna i Hercegovina
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Str. 311 - 327
In this research the author starts from the two hypotheses that
rapid changes and contemporary reality bring fear of the future to which not even students are immune, and that among students we can recognize different value orientations in relation to the past, present and future. From a sample of 189 students of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Department, it is observed that over 80% of them show certain degree of fear, whereas a factor analysis has presented that the fear is latently generated by three components:contemplation of the future, global processes and taking over the responsibility for one’s own long-term goals. Among the three orientations the students are mostly orientated towards the present, then towards the future, while a ceratin number of them are of mixed orientations, and only one student has had insufficient
orientation towards the past. Regression analysis has shown that the orientation towards the present mostly predetermines success during the studies, that is to say academic achievements. In addition to the latest findings relating to fear of the future and future orientations of students, this work offers a range of problems for research, and especially it puts forward two new instruments calibrated within strict methodological frameworks.
fear of the future; future orientations; academic achievements; changes
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