Conducting a theoretical study the author provides practical model of the social adaptation
of servicemen discharged from military service and the members of their families.
It is beneficial to identify the strengths that are responsible for the development of these constructs thereby helping students to work to enhance their required strengths that in turn are likely to improve their social adaptation
and positive thinking about the events that happen in their lives.
The ability to judge emotional situations and identify effective strategies for managing emotions is an important component for success in school, social adaptation
in the home, and for the public good of society (Kremenitzer, Lopes, Mestre, Guil, & Salovey, 2011).
Fuentes added that brain connectivity patterns can serve as biological indicators for predicting the risk of the appearance of behavioural problems and social adaptation
Alcohol behavior is the non-adaptive means of overcoming stress; being fixed, such behavior breaks social adaptation
and makes normal formation of the personality difficult .
Specifically, utilizing a large national dataset--the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998-1999 (ECLS-K)--the authors: (1) describe the factor structure of the middle grade school social context as reported by administrators and teachers; (2) examine variation in social context among middle grade schools with different grade span configurations (k-8 schools; 6-8 middle schools; 7-9 junior high schools), controlling for school demographic and structural characteristics; and (3) test the role of middle grade school social context in the associations between school grade span configuration and student social adaptation
and experiences (school attachment, perceived peer support, peer academic values).
Within the level of social adaptation
, it is necessary to incorporate the employee into the existing system of interpersonal relationships at work place and in the organisation.
The social adaptation
capacity posits that its essence is self-restraint, moderation, comrpomise and peace.
(SA) is a process by which an individual adjusts his or her cognition, emotion, and behavior to adapt him/herself to a social environment (Kahle, 1984).
He underlined that Bahrain enjoyed a rich record of corporate governance and transparency, a major topic in the Forum's agenda, expressing hope that the best corporate governance practices will be activated and the capacity for social adaptation
will be increased.
Through its focus on social adaptation
to technological change, as well as social conflict over new food production technologies, it complements recent work by Young and Matthews (2010) on social conflict over aquaculture in Canada.
The 21 papers cover situation and context, social adaptation
and trends, recommendation and retrieval, metadata and features extraction, ontologies and linked open data, and adaptation and personalization.
The Social Adaptation
Self-evaluation Scale (SASS) (Bosc, Dubini, & Polin, 1997; adapted by Bobes et al.
In chapter three, for example, Emma Stewart and colleagues employ social adaptation
, vulnerability, and resilience as conceptual tools for understanding northern community perspectives on tourism development in contexts of global climate change.
The process of adaptation in the working environment is usually carried out on three basic levels, which divide adaptation into working adaptation, social adaptation
and adaptation to the corporate culture.