Vol 1, No 2 (2012)

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Table of Contents

I. SOCIAL CHALLENGES

Jan Michalík
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8-17

IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION

Daiva Mockeviciene, Agnė Savenkoviene, Inga Simkute
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131-142

Articles

IDENTIFICATION OF PECULIARITIES OF REACTIVE ANXIETY EXPERIENCED BY PROFESSIONALS OF SOCIOEDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES, EMPLOYING QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE METHODS
Daiva Alifanoviene, Asta Vaitkeviciene, Laura Lucinskaite
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18-25
EXPRESSION OF PROSTITUTION IN THE CONTEXT OF CONSUMER SOCIETY
Arunas Acus
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26-36
LINKS BETWEEN TEACHERS ’ ATTACHMENT STYLE AND SOCIAL INTEREST
Albina Kepalaite
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38-47
SELF-REALIZATION OF TEACHER : PERSONAL MEANING AND DIRECTION
Svetlana Sergejko
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48-55
PERSONAL – SEMANTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS ’ MOTIVATION
Liudmyla Serdiuk
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56-62
DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ VOCATIONAL COMPETENCE IN THE FRAME OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Kateryna Kolchenko, Nadiia Kozlikovska
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63-69
DEVELOPMENT OF P RACTICAL ACTIVITY EXPERIENCE FOR PUPILS WITH MODERATE AND SEVERE RETARDATION OF MENTAL DEVELOPMENT
Ilga Prudņikova
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72-85
SELF-ACTUALIZATION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY: ROLE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Anna M Shcherbakova
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86-92
STRATEGIES OF COPING WITH THE DIFFICULTIES OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MENTAL DISORDERS WHO HAVE LEFT INSTITUTIONAL CARE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
Alma Lileikienė
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HOLISTIC APPROACH TO THE VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL
Ingrida Baranauskiene, Liuda Radzeviciene, Aiste Valaikiene, Joanna Kossewska
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108-122
ANIMATED TREATMENT : THE METHOD OF ART THERAPY USED WITH CHILDREN HAVING COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS
Liudmila Lebedeva
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123-130