Anger and Depressive Rumination in Adolescence: The Role of Maternal and Individual Factors.



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The purpose of the current thesis is to explore the constructions of anger in the context of psychotherapy from a social constructionist perspective. In contrast to the mainstream understanding of emotions, anger is treated as an emotion which is constructed and reconstructed by the speakers in the context of social bonds throughout human history. Being compatible with this perspective, discourse analysis is conducted to the transcriptions of psychotherapy sessions in order to explore discursive organizatio...
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This study investigates two affective factors, anxiety and self-efficacy, in foreign language writing in an EFL context. The participants included 240 students from eight universities in Turkey. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods were utilized to examine the anxiety and self efficacy levels of participants. According to the findings, participants demonstrated a moderate level of foreign language writing anxiety and self-efficacy. Besides, these two phenomena were found to be negatively corre...
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S. Akkaya and S. Kazak Berument, “Anger and Depressive Rumination in Adolescence: The Role of Maternal and Individual Factors.,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: