REVISTA DE HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS SOCIALES

PSYCHOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL MARGINALITY OF FUTURE SOCIAL WELFARE PROFESSIONALS

Autores/as

  • Dr. Olena Blynova
  • Dr. Zoryana Kisil
  • Dr. Tamara Tkach
  • Ph. D. (C) Nataliia Semenova
  • Dr. Oleksandr Semenov
  • Ph. D. Svitlana Kaminska
  • Dr. Ihor Popovych

Palabras clave:

Professional Identity, Marginality, Model of a Profession

Resumen

The purpose is to examine psychological manifestations of professional marginality and determine if future social welfare professionals have its structural components. Professional marginality is considered as a connection disruption in the system “person – profession – society”. The study establishes that the main factors of the formation of professional marginality are socially determined, professionally determined and personality factors. Factor analysis determines four models of the profession: 1) Awareness of one’s professional efficiency (competence, knowledge and skills) (“Personal model of the profession” (23.51%); the sub-system “person and profession”); 2) Awareness of social significance of the profession (“Social model of the profession” (18.31%); the sub-system “profession and society”); 3) Awareness of oneself as an in demand professional (“Individual model of the profession” (9.39%); the sub-system “professional and society”); 4) Lack of significant correlations with the indexes of professional identity / professional marginality and demand for the profession, the domination of extraversion and neuroticism (“Communicative model of the profession” (7.46%); it partly reflects the sub-system “profession and society”).

Publicado

27-04-2020

Cómo citar

Blynova, Olena, Zoryana Kisil, Tamara Tkach, Nataliia Semenova, Oleksandr Semenov, Svitlana Kaminska, y Ihor Popovych. 2020. «PSYCHOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL MARGINALITY OF FUTURE SOCIAL WELFARE PROFESSIONALS». Revista Inclusiones, abril, 218-33. https://revistainclusiones.org/index.php/inclu/article/view/1229.