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Natalia Karlovskaya1, Elena Kamneva2, Evgeniy Morgunov3, Marina Polevaya2, Nikolai Pryazhnikov2
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The principle of “cyclicality” in career and personal self-determination (in Russian)

2021. Vol. 11. No. 2. P. 169–193 [issue contents]
In the context of career (personal, life and professional) self-determination “cycles” understood as repetitive actions oriented towards their completeness (success, efficiency). and — the ordering of the activities of specialists (psychologists, teachers, coaches), helping a person in solving the problems of life, professional and personal self-determination. The relationship between thec ontent and procedural aspects of the cycles is analysed and their relationship is shown. The specifics of cycles at different stages of personal career development are highlighted, as well as — the specifics of the principle of cyclicality, in relation to different tasks of professional orientation (informationreference, psychodiagnostic, moral-emotional support of the client, assistance in specific elections and career planning). The possibilities of «cycles» are considered as «units of analysis» of certain aspects of personal and professional self-determination.

Citation: Karlovskaya N., Kamneva E., Morgunov E., Polevaya M., Pryazhnikov N. (2021) Printsip «tsiklichnosti» v kar'ernom samoopredelenii lichnosti [The principle of “cyclicality” in career and personal self-determination]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), vol. 11, no 2, pp. 169-193 (in Russian)
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