Tatyana Levkova1, Elena Plotnikova2, Ruslan Bazhenov3*, Natalia Abramenko4, Svetlana Chebarykova5, Marina Romanova6

1Assoc. Prof. Dr., Sholom-Alechem Priamursky State University, RUSSIA,
2Assit. Prof., Sholom-Alechem Priamursky State University, RUSSIA,
3Assoc. Prof. Dr., Sholom-Alechem Priamursky State University, RUSSIA,
4Assoc. Prof. Dr., Sholom-Alechem Priamursky State University, RUSSIA,
5Assoc. Prof. Dr., Pacific National University, RUSSIA,
6Prof. DSc., Moscow City University, RUSSIA,
*Corresponding author


The paper presents the analysis of an important structural component of personality – self- identification. Self- identification of a personality connected with life senses and self-management ability. As a demonstration of human activity, self- identification is a personal resource of development. It reflects a desire to choose, follow one's own path of living and meet external challenges flexibly. The self-management ability is analyzed through the next components: the ability to analyze contradictions, forecasting, goal-setting, planning, development of evaluation criteria, decision-making, self-control, correction. Self-management ability of personality is determined by value-meaningful, motivational, cognitive, operational, willful backgrounds of human mental state set out individual autonomy and provide the effective management of one’s own personal activities. Meaningfulness of life in its existential and ontological meaning is a sense-forming component of self-determination of personality. The subjects of the survey are theoretical and empirical aspects of self-management ability as a personal resource in the structure of human self- identification. The authors use the following techniques in order to investigate self- identification features. They are “Purpose-in-Life Test” by D.A. Leontiev, “Self-management Ability Test” by N.M. Peysakhov, “Self- identification Test” and “Self-Actualization Questionnaire” by S.I. Kudinov. A sample of the experiment targets 200 full- and part-time students aged of 19 and 40 at Sholom-Aleichem Priamursky State University. The results of the experimental study showed that the self-management ability, autonomy and the self-expression ability stimulate personal development, being the resource parameters of personal development. The self-management ability, autonomy and the self-expression ability are personal resources in the multi-component individuality’s self- identification.

Keywords: self-management ability, self-actualization, personal resource, responsibility, self- identification.


CITATION: Abstracts & Proceedings of SOCIOINT 2019- 6th International Conference on Education, Social Sciences and Humanities, 24-26 June 2019- İstanbul, TURKEY

ISBN: 978-605-82433-6-1