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E. S. Romanova, B. M. Abushkin, PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELLING FOR ADOLESCENTS IN SITUATIONS OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL CHOICE

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PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELLING FOR ADOLESCENTS IN SITUATIONS OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL CHOICE

 

E. S. Romanova,

B. M. Abushkin,

MCU, Moscow

 

The article is devoted to the issue of psychological features of social behavior of adolescents based on two leading factors: the organization of their behavior at present on the basis of their current social interests and their conscious understanding of future professional activities. The present study has a task to organize a psychological work with adolescents in situations of their professional self-determination based on their accumulated social experience, represented by current interests (social values) and interests in their future professional activities (their career choices).

A psychological work with adolescents requires the high quality to diagnostic approaches, to their opportunity to objectifying adolescents’ individual interests at present and future. The present work shows that in-depth validity matters to the chosen field of research and it is based on a deep understanding of the content of the stimulus material offered to subjects, as a material covering all spheres of their social interaction.

The evidences that this methodology has in-depth validity are based on a long-run researches to build meaningful psychological content.

The results of previous studies, factorization of the results of various questionnaires allowed the authors to determine the list of social values held by adolescents in the framework of their current life, and a list of professional areas where different personal and intellectual qualities of adolescents are in demand, as well as their interests. The diagnostic value of the presented lists can only be defined in the situation of adolescent’ individual choice. The method of paired comparisons is used as a methodical reception in this work.

There are two author’s lists of values and professional areas in the article. An experimental study among 107 students showed the high efficiency of the proposed methods for diagnosing the features of professional self-determination in adolescents. The article presents the statistically processed results that complement the methodology with the material for the criterion evaluation.

 

Keywords: social values; professional self-determination; method of paired comparisons; socialization; self-realization; self-expression.

 

For citation: Romanova E. S., Abushkin B. M. Psychological counselling for adolescents in situations of their professional choice // Systems psychology and sociology. 2018. № 1 (25). P. 45–54.

 

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