Methodological principles of value-need analysis of professional identity
N.F. Katanov Khakassian State University, Abakan
In this review, using their own data we discuss the problem of basic criteria of professional motivation. Two groups of indicators used to assess professional suitability: professionally important and professionally significant qualities of the personality, which is reviewed in terms of competencebased approach. Competences are regarded as form-building framework for personal and motivational characteristics of the subject. Professional identity is a degree of awareness of the professional archetype, ie the vocation of a certain type of activity, professional identity is a result of the formation of professional attitudes. It is proposed an original approach to the analysis of professional motivation from the viewpoint of the theory of value-need personal sphere. Justified by the methodological principles of diagnosis of professional motivation, implemented in specific experimental psychological methods.
Keywords: professionally important qualities, professionally significant qualities, instrumental competence, value competence, professional identity, value-need personal sphere, methods.