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Psychological Factors of Motivated Readiness to Labor in the Forest Manufacturing Industry of the Far East

  • I. U. MakhovaEmail author
  • E. V. Ilinykh
  • E. V. Dobrunova
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 138)

Abstract

On the basis of different approaches to the phenomenon of labor the main conflict which needs to be resolved in the process of students’ professional training at a college of forest manufacturing industry, is determined: it is the conflict between the value of labor as the basis of the world’s material reproduction and the self-fulfillment of a person for one side and, on the other hand, its forcing, energy-intensive and freedom-curtailing nature. Developing a motivated readiness to work in the forest manufacturing field during the process of professional training is considered to be the basis for resolving this conflict. In the course of empirical study (experiment expostfacto) carried out using multifunctional (hybrid) computerized diagnostic system Psychometric Expert Practice 8.6 and factor analysis, psychological factors of a motivated willingness for work among students of the college of forest manufacturing industry, their dynamics in the process of specifically organized assistance during professional training were defined. To be suggested is the idea of understanding and adopting the value of labor in the context of its forward-looking subjective interpretation and building one’s individual career; this idea provides students with turning labor into creative activity of reproducting the world and self-fulfilling.

Keywords

The phenomenon of labor Motivated readiness to labor Psychological factors Professional training 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Amur State University of Humanities and PedagogyKomsomolsk-na-AmureRussian Federation
  2. 2.Moscow State Linguistic UniversityMoscowRussian Federation

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