Pedagogical Correction of University Student Professional Self-Alienation
 
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Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin, RUSSIA
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Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, RUSSIA
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Togliatti State University, RUSSIA
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Kazan National Research Technological University, RUSSIA
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Yugra State University, RUSSIA
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Gzhel State University, RUSSIA
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Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev - KAI, RUSSIA
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Sergey G. Ezhov   

Department of Game Sports, Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin, Yekaterinburg, RUSSIA
Online publish date: 2017-10-20
Publish date: 2017-10-20
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(Interdisciplinary Perspective on Sciences 7b):1533–1540
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The study topicality is determined by the trends in the social group increase of those university graduates who do not work in the specialty - its “hidden unemployed. Sociological, psychological and teacher studies have shown that the individual’s unrealized intellectual resource, corresponding to the education obtained in higher education, becomes the dominant factor in the values transformation of its vocational training into corporate behavior norms. It is established that in these norms’ realization specialists more closely correlate themselves with a specific organization that provides an opportunity to earn money than with their training specialty received at the university. Accordingly, determined by socio-economic and educational risks variety, the individual’s self-alienation process from the profession constantly replenishes the graduates’ social group who do not work in their specialty. In this regard, the main attention in this paper is devoted to the theoretical and methodological justification of pedagogical correction’s mechanisms of students’ professional self-alienation in the university educational process. The paper describes the modern interpretation of the concept “professional self-alienation”; on the study results basis, the pedagogical correction mechanisms of university students professional self-alienation (educational activity basic knowledge and practical skills, professional ideals as a condition for identifying one’s self), corporate culture norms are determined. As a universal mechanism of professional self-alienation pedagogical correction, the structure and content of the elective interdisciplinary course “The individual’s professional self- alienation” are substantiated.
 
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