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niepełnosprawnością − normalizacja jako narzędzie ideowe rehabilitacji podmiotowej. Człowiek, Niepełnosprawność, Społeczeństwo, 3 (25), 87-106. Frączek, A., & Zwoliński, M. (1999). Some Childhood Predictors of the Sense of Coherence (SOC) in Young Adults. A Follow-up Study. Polish Psychological Bulletin , 30 (4), 263-270. Heszek, I, & Sęk, H. (2007). Psychologia zdrowia . Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN. Hobfoll, S. E. (2001). The Influence of Culture, Community, and the Nested-Self in Stress Process: Advancing Conservation of Resources Theory. Applied Psychology: An

sustainability scenarios. Engineering Economics, 2 (62), 28–37. Da Silva, P. N. B. (2015). Conservation of mangroves in Guyana: A study of teachers’ perceptions, knowledge, attitudes and practices. Research Journal of Chemical and Environmental Sciences, 3 (4), 1–8. De Castro, R., & Jabbour, C. J. C. (2013). Evaluating sustainability of an Indian university. Journal of Cleaner Production, 61 (0), 54–58. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2013.02.033 . Delong, D., & McDermott, M. (2013). Current perceptions, prominence and prevalence of sustainability in the marketing

Role of Media in Students' Life and Their Environmental Education: A Survey of Students Aged 13 to 17

Finding solutions to the problems of environmental protection and nature conservation, developing and performing environmentally conscious behaviour have become the main task of recent decade, this equally involves political, economic and social spheres. Beyond networking between these spheres, the media have to undertake a specific role in solving the above-mentioned problems and also attaining sustainability. A survey was conducted among 234 students between the age of 13-17, searching for the answers what connections students have to the media and whether and to what extent they are reached by the thematic channels and television programmes related to the environment and nature. It is argued that to deal with the issues raised by the results of the survey, a module dealing with environmental protection and nature conservation based on the application of different elements of media should be created for Hungarian schools.

Characteristics of Sustainable Changes for Schools

The article discusses some aspects of the concept of sustainable development and its educational manifestation - education for sustainable development. The concept of education for sustainable development is broadly accepted, but less attention has been paid to the extent to which innovations or changes are sustained over time, what characteristics or factors support their sustainability. The article introduces a model of six characteristics of sustainable changes in schools and changes concerning sustainable development in Estonian schools have been analyzed using qualitative research methods. The model consists of the following characteristics: depth, endurance, justice, diversity, conservation, and capital. According to the model, the positive changes in Estonian schools have been about the national curriculum, internal evaluation system as the basis for autonomy and self-management. The areas requiring greater change are justice or interdependence, diversity - respect for other people and the connections between formal and non-formal education as well as between schools and teacher training institutions.

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