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Students’ Social Competence Impact On The Willingness To Respond Against Social Dangerousness

Table 2: Factor Structure of Value-based Orientations (cumulative variability- 54.8%)

Components of social competence Component 1
Factor 1. Autonomy and independence on others independence (0.680); honesty (-0.663); sensitivity (-0.656).
Factor 2. Pleasure principle cognition (-0. 630); development (-0.787); entertainment (0.504).
Factor 3. Commitment to results neatness, ability to keep things in order (-0.519); business efficiency (0.684)
Factor 4. Internal harmony and productivity beauty of nature and art (-0.553); public esteem (-0.570); happy family life (0.565); self-confidence (0.666); efficiency in business (0.684)
Factor 5. Self-control in actions uncompromising attitude to one’s faults and others (-0.675); self-control (modesty and self-discipline) (0.647).
Factor 6. Health and wisdom priority life wisdom (0.614); health (0.630);
Factor 7. Good manners in socializing with others good manners (0.591); rationalism (the ability to think sensibly and logically, make intelligent and sustainable decisions) (-0.624); courage about stand up for one’s standpoint, views (-0.529)
Factor 8. Other people’s good fortune life of action (fullness and emotional richness of life) (-0.687); interesting job (-0.590); other people’s good fortune (well-being, development and improvement of other people, the whole nation, humanity as a whole) (0.587)
Factor 9. Material indifference financially secure life (-0.639); tolerance (to the views and opinions of others, the ability to forgive others their mistakes and wrong belief) (-0.545)
A factor of 10. Low sense of responsibility to others responsibility (the call for duty, ability to keep one’s word) (-0.739)
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