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Dal lavoro al non-lavoro: uno studio sui profili di adattamento al pensionamento
Titolo Rivista: RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA  
Autori/Curatori: Greta Mazzetti, Silvia Simbula, Cristina Feduzi, Dina Guglielmi 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2014 Fascicolo: 1  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  29 P. 53-81 Dimensione file:  309 KB
DOI:  10.3280/RIP2014-001003
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Questo lavoro e finalizzato allo studio dell’adattamento degli individui che hanno affrontato la transizione al pensionamento. Per indagare le conseguenze del pensionamento e stata utilizzata la scala "Consequences of Early Work Retirement", che valuta l’impatto del ritiro dal mondo del lavoro sugli obiettivi di vita personali, le relazioni familiari e l’integrazione sociale. I dati sono stati raccolti su un campione di 200 partecipanti (eta media = 63.06; ds = 4.32). Mediante cluster analysis sono stati identificati tre profili di adattamento al pensionamento. I risultati della MANOVA e del test del Chi Quadrato mostrano che i profili individuati differiscono in relazione a fattori individuali e correlati al lavoro, le risorse personali e sociali e la soddisfazione di vita e per il pensionamento.


Keywords: Adattamento al pensionamento, profili di adattamento, Cluster Analysis, pensionati.

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