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Finding Professional Identity: Facilitative and Contr-Facilitative Circumstances

Student: Dana Nasipova

Supervisor: Alexander B. Orlov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Counselling Psychology. Personality Studies (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This study is devoted to research of the facilitative and counter-facilatative circumstances of finding professional identity process. The concept of "counter-facilitation" was introduced. Empirical data analysis made it possible to identify and describe the facilitative and counter-facilitative circumstances of finding professional identity in sample groups with different subjective perceptions of the success in finding professional identity. Also statistically significant differences were found in the sample groups in terms of the full-functioning level.

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