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Mikhail Ivanov 1,2
  • 1 Lomonosov Moscow State University, 11, build. 9, Mokhovaya Str., Moscow 125009, Russia
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Interdisciplinary concepts. On the book “Labor interests. Psychological aspects” by Tatiana Lobanova

2018. Vol. 8. No. 3. P. 136–141 [issue contents]
Book review: Lobanova, T. N. (2018). Labor interests. Psychological aspects. M.: Justice. Abstract publishing house. This monograph is the result of the author’s many years of work in the direction of researching the psychological aspects of labor interests. In the course of these studies, methods of analyzing scientific and theoretical literature on the subject of interest, as well as socio-psychological surveys, diagnostic interviews with employees and monitoring in the work process are used.The information basis of the study was the initial materials of organizational, psychological and management consulting companies in the period from 1996 to 2017. The emphasis placed on the expediency of studying the system interaction of labor interests of different categories of employees – owners, managers, specialists, experts. All this are supplemented by an analysis of the consideration of individual, interpersonal, group, professional, civil and national interests in work collectives. Their systemic influence has not yet studied with sufficient depth. Therefore, this monograph opens the first page of such a study.

Citation: Ivanov M. (2018) Mezhdistsiplinarnye ponyatiya. O knige T. N. Lobanovoy «Trudovye interesy. Psikhologicheskie aspekty» [Interdisciplinary concepts. On the book “Labor interests. Psychological aspects” by Tatiana Lobanova]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), vol. 8, no 3, pp. 136-141 (in Russian)
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