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"Young people, relationships and psychological well-being", proposal chosen for the challenge ICS 2022-2023.

The purpose of the challenge is to dynamize the research of the center through the election of a topic of research of high academic impact and social interest.

/Gonzalo Arrondo, researcher principal of the selected proposal , presents the challenge "Young people, relationships and psychological well-being".

22 | 12 | 2021

"Youth, Relationships and Psychological Well-Being" is the proposal chosen for the challenge ICS 2022-2023. Its goal is to study psychological well-being in adolescence and youth with an emphasis on interpersonal relationships. It will be approached with an interdisciplinary perspective that will take into account anthropology, sociology, linguistics, psychology and epidemiology, among other fields of knowledge.

The purpose of the "challenge ICS" is to dynamize the research of the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) through the selection of a topic of research of high academic impact and social interest to be developed over the course of a academic year. The aim is to increase the critical mass of the center, increase its internal and external visibility, promote the creation of new networks and stimulate the production of new results and joint projects.

Some of the topics included in the chosen proposal are: Psychological Well-Being, Relational Conflicts and Mediation, Adolescent and Teen Dating Violence, Mental Health as a Cause of Problems, and Inappropriate Use of New Technologies and Forms of Communication.

The researchers who have shown their interest in participating in the challenge are Gonzalo Arrondo Ostiz, Javier Bernácer María(Mente-Cerebro), Javier García Manglano (Youth in transition), Inés Olza Moreno (Emotional culture and identity), Alfonso Osorio de Rebellón Yohn and Cristina López del Burgo (Education of human affectivity and sexuality).

The board has taken into account the criteria of academic and social relevance; the interdisciplinary and international potential; and the interest for the ICS, since it puts in dialogue the work that researchers from several groups have been carrying out for years.