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Е. S. Romanova, B. М. Abushkin, VALUE-SEMANTIC ORIENTATION OF STUDENTS’ PERSONALITY AS A FACTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR PERSONAL POTENTIAL

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VALUE-SEMANTIC ORIENTATION OF STUDENTS’ PERSONALITY AS A FACTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR PERSONAL POTENTIAL

 

Е. S. Romanova,

B. М. Abushkin,

MCU, Moscow,

RomanovaES@mgpu.ru,

AbushkinBN@mgpu.ru

 

Psychological work with students needs great demands on diagnostic approaches that objectify their individual view of present and future interests. The article presents a diagnostic approach aimed at assessing the orientation of students in the world of personal interests that are usual for active personality, and in the world of social factors that determine the effectiveness of professional activity. The experimental study on a sample of 450 school students showed the high efficiency of the proposed methods to diagnose the features of personal self-realization of adolescents. In particular, the results of the study revealed the desirability of using diagnostic tools for working with students to include them into the creative process of self-reflection. Student self-assessment is paired with evaluating his own personal qualities and is based on the practice of comparative evaluation of the results of different techniques that diagnose various aspects of students’ personal development. The obtained data allowed to see the essence of the problem of self-development in students, based on the broad interest of adolescents to all possible demands of social and professional practice. The personal potential of adolescents that is necessary for successful orientation in all this diversity of opportunities steps aside before the brightness and attractiveness of future prospects. The contradictions revealed in the course of diagnostic, that are discussed with students in terms of desires and opportunities, require the necessary specificity to solve the task of developing the personal potential in students. The article presents statistically processed results that add to this technique extra material for its further criterion evaluation.

 

Keywords: social values; value-semantic orientation; personality; personal potential; professional self-determination; method of pair comparisons; socialization; self-realization; self-expression; psychological work; psychological diagnostics; students.

For citation: Romanova E. S., Abushkin B. M. Value-Semantic Orientation of Students’ Personality as a Factor for Development of Their Personal Potential // Systems Psychology and Sociology. 2019. № 4 (32). P. 5–17. DOI: 10.25688/2223-6872.2019.32.4.01.

 

Romanova Evgeniya Sergeevna, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Professor, Acting Director of the Institute of Psychology, Sociology and Social Relations at the Moscow City University, Head of the Department of General and Practical Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Sociology and Social Relations of the Moscow City University, Moscow, Russia.

E-mail: RomanovaES@mgpu.ru

Abushkin Boris Mikhaylovich, PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Deputy Director at the Institute of Psychology, Sociology and Social Relations of the Moscow City University, Moscow, Russia.

E-mail: AbushkinBM@mgpu.ru

 

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