Kovalchuk Z. Ya. Karpenko Ye. V. REFLECTIVE ACTIVITIES OF AN INDIVIDUAL IN A CRISIS SOCIETY.

(2016) Science and education, 11, 66-72. Odessa.

Zoriana Kovalchuk,
Doctor of Psychology, associate professor, professor,
Yevhen Karpenko,
PhD (Candidate of Psychological Sciences), Associate Professor,
Department of Psychology, Lviv State University of Internal Affairs,
26, Horodotska Str., Lviv, Ukraine 


REFLECTIVE ACTIVITIES OF AN INDIVIDUAL IN A CRISIS SOCIETY


SUMMARY:

The article reveals the essence of individual’s reflective activities as a precondition for favourable personal growth and development of one’s economic and general culture. The three basic structural components of the process of reflection in the course of overcoming a crisis have been described. These are fixing the level of personal activity, identifying the causes, evaluating personal efficiency and measures taken in order to overcome crisis consequences. The functions of reflection in a crisis have been examined and are as follows: modelling, organisational, communicative, informative, motivational, and correctional. The author states that there are five levels of human reflective activities which demonstrate comprehension of the best practices and a diverse reflection experience. The intensification of reflective activities leads to an increase in performance and successful overcoming of consequences of a financial and economic crisis; implementation of various life enhancement techniques notwithstanding unfavourable social or economic circumstances becomes more efficient. The article can be of help while training specialists-psychologists, in psycho-counselling, etc.


KEYWORDS:

reflection, reflective activities, social strategies, crisis, personal development.


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