Marking the Anxiety of Young People Aged 17–18(19) in Written Texts about Vaccination From Covid-19

Keywords: young people aged 17–18 (19), anxiety marking, texts on vaccination, COVID-19

Abstract

The aim of the study was to search for anxiety markers of Carpathian student youth aged 17–18(19) in written texts about vaccination against COVID-19. Research methods were observation, survey, testing, experiment; theoretical methods were hypothetical-deductive method, analysis, synthesis, generalization, abstraction and classification. The research procedure (methodology) included testing to determine the type of temperament and degree of anxiety, as well as recording the frequency of use by subjects in the experimental and control groups of the use of tokens/morphemes of negative semantics related to the semantics of "anxiety". Conclusion: expressed anxiety and moderate anxiety were characterized in melancholic and phlegmatic subjects, which was explained by the high-frequency use in written texts of tokens/morphemes with negative semantics "not (not-)" and "fear (sh-)", "against" and " no (no-)".

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Published
2021-12-11
How to Cite
Kholod, O. (2021). Marking the Anxiety of Young People Aged 17–18(19) in Written Texts about Vaccination From Covid-19. Psycholinguistics in a Modern World, 16, 299-302. https://doi.org/10.31470/10.31470/2706-7904-2021-16-299-302