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Radical change in everyday life : foundations of psychological future management, Thomas Druyen, editor, (electronic book)

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Radical change in everyday life : foundations of psychological future management
Title
Radical change in everyday life
Title remainder
foundations of psychological future management
Statement of responsibility
Thomas Druyen, editor
Contributor
Translator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
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YDX
Dewey number
155.67/2
Index
index present
LC call number
BF335
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1957-
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  • Druyen, Thomas C. J.
  • Textworks Translations
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  • Adjustment (Psychology)
  • Change.
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Radical change in everyday life : foundations of psychological future management, Thomas Druyen, editor, (electronic book)
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Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; 1 Preface: How to Plan the Future in Times of Exponential Acceleration. Three Scenarios; Scenario I: The Topic of Change; Scenario II: New Perspective; Scenario III: Task and Content; 2 Change, Change Competence and Personal Growth: Conceptual Framework for an Explorative Study; 1 Change; 1.1 Change as Normal Condition and the Experience of Crisis; 1.2 Change as Relational Concept; 1.3 Change and Adaptation; 1.4 Anticipation, Planning, Goals; 2 Change Competence; 2.1 Change Competence as the Guiding Concept of the Change Study; 2.2 Change Competence as Action Competence
  • 2.3 Change Competence and Change Management2.4 Competencies, Competence Fields and Metacompetencies; 2.5 Change Competence: The IZZ Model; 3 Personal Growth; 3.1 Embedding Competence Research in Broader Psychological Issues; 3.2 Change, Integration and Capacity for Action; 3.3 Identity and Personal Growth; 3 Experiences of Change -- Challenges, Processes and Patterns of Action; 1 Changes Create Satisfaction; 2 What Does Change Mean for the Individual?; 3 The Change Process; 3.1 Orientation; 3.2 Stabilization; 3.3 Problem-Solving; 3.4 Practice
  • 4 The End of One Change Is the Beginning of the Next One5 Action plans; 6 Specific Applications; 6.1 Partnership; 6.2 Work-Related Change; 6.3 Illness and Accident; 4 Coping with Crucial Change. Results of the Representative Survey "Life Events and Change Competencies"; 1 The Study: Purpose and Implementation; 2 Life Events: The Individual Focus on the Change Process; 3 The Evaluation of the Key Change Events; 3.1 Types of Life Events; 3.2 Benefit of the Change; 3.3 Degree of Burden; 3.4 Internal versus External Change Impetus; 3.5 Evaluation as Intuitive Judgment
  • 3.6 Evaluation as Interpretive Accomplishment in the Framework of Personal History and as Part of the Coping Process4 Life Satisfaction as Criterion of Success of Individual Coping Processes; 4.1 Life Events and Life Satisfaction; 4.2 Life Satisfaction and Personal Growth; 5 Change Competence: Pragmatically Dealing with Change Processes; 5.1 Competence Field: Orientation; 5.3 Competence Field: Problem-Solving; 5.4 Competence Field: Practice; 6 Discussion of the Results, Context and Outlook; 6.1 Results and Findings; 6.2 Context and Outlook
  • 5 Phases and Strategies for Coping with Biographical Experiences of Transformation. Results of the Qualitative Study "Patterns of Coping with Change"1 Recognizing Changes; 1.1 Retrospective and Coping with Crises; 1.2 Relationship between Dynamism and Stability; 1.3 Forms of Pressure to Change: Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic; 2 Experiencing Changes; 2.1 The significance of the Pressure to Change; 2.2 The Process of Change as a Perceived Burden; 2.3 The Time Factor, and the Ideal-Typical Steps in the Process; 2.4 Adaptation without Psychological Stress; 3 Evaluating Changes
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9783658256463
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Label
Radical change in everyday life : foundations of psychological future management, Thomas Druyen, editor, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; 1 Preface: How to Plan the Future in Times of Exponential Acceleration. Three Scenarios; Scenario I: The Topic of Change; Scenario II: New Perspective; Scenario III: Task and Content; 2 Change, Change Competence and Personal Growth: Conceptual Framework for an Explorative Study; 1 Change; 1.1 Change as Normal Condition and the Experience of Crisis; 1.2 Change as Relational Concept; 1.3 Change and Adaptation; 1.4 Anticipation, Planning, Goals; 2 Change Competence; 2.1 Change Competence as the Guiding Concept of the Change Study; 2.2 Change Competence as Action Competence
  • 2.3 Change Competence and Change Management2.4 Competencies, Competence Fields and Metacompetencies; 2.5 Change Competence: The IZZ Model; 3 Personal Growth; 3.1 Embedding Competence Research in Broader Psychological Issues; 3.2 Change, Integration and Capacity for Action; 3.3 Identity and Personal Growth; 3 Experiences of Change -- Challenges, Processes and Patterns of Action; 1 Changes Create Satisfaction; 2 What Does Change Mean for the Individual?; 3 The Change Process; 3.1 Orientation; 3.2 Stabilization; 3.3 Problem-Solving; 3.4 Practice
  • 4 The End of One Change Is the Beginning of the Next One5 Action plans; 6 Specific Applications; 6.1 Partnership; 6.2 Work-Related Change; 6.3 Illness and Accident; 4 Coping with Crucial Change. Results of the Representative Survey "Life Events and Change Competencies"; 1 The Study: Purpose and Implementation; 2 Life Events: The Individual Focus on the Change Process; 3 The Evaluation of the Key Change Events; 3.1 Types of Life Events; 3.2 Benefit of the Change; 3.3 Degree of Burden; 3.4 Internal versus External Change Impetus; 3.5 Evaluation as Intuitive Judgment
  • 3.6 Evaluation as Interpretive Accomplishment in the Framework of Personal History and as Part of the Coping Process4 Life Satisfaction as Criterion of Success of Individual Coping Processes; 4.1 Life Events and Life Satisfaction; 4.2 Life Satisfaction and Personal Growth; 5 Change Competence: Pragmatically Dealing with Change Processes; 5.1 Competence Field: Orientation; 5.3 Competence Field: Problem-Solving; 5.4 Competence Field: Practice; 6 Discussion of the Results, Context and Outlook; 6.1 Results and Findings; 6.2 Context and Outlook
  • 5 Phases and Strategies for Coping with Biographical Experiences of Transformation. Results of the Qualitative Study "Patterns of Coping with Change"1 Recognizing Changes; 1.1 Retrospective and Coping with Crises; 1.2 Relationship between Dynamism and Stability; 1.3 Forms of Pressure to Change: Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic; 2 Experiencing Changes; 2.1 The significance of the Pressure to Change; 2.2 The Process of Change as a Perceived Burden; 2.3 The Time Factor, and the Ideal-Typical Steps in the Process; 2.4 Adaptation without Psychological Stress; 3 Evaluating Changes
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783658256463
Specific material designation
remote

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