ANOMIE AND PROFESSIONAL DEFORMATION

Authors

  • NAIRA HAKOBYAN
  • LIDA Aramyan
  • ANNA KHACHATRYAN

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v2i10.4

Keywords:

Anomie, professional deformation, social norms, society, stability, social integration, occupational stress, deviance, professional identity, social equilibrium, normlessness, workplace culture, alienation, occupational burnout, ethical erosion

Abstract

The article discusses the phenomenon of anomie in a socio-psychological context. Anomic psychological processes are compared with the issue of the professional deformation of a person. The research question concerns the definition of the interconnection between the phenomena of anomie and professional deformation. The scientific innovation of the article is that professional deformation can be considered as one of the signs of anomie. This article aims to show that the phenomenon of anomie can be revealed through the term of professional deformation. The comparative analysis of theoretical approaches to studies of anomie and professional deformation is presented to achieve this goal. Thus, the theoretical approaches of E. Durkheim, R. Merton, P. Sorokin, A. Markova, Yu. were discussed. Punanova and others. The main results presented in the article show the key points of anomie description and understanding in modern psychological science. The critical points of the literature review and discussion open the perspectives to study the phenomenon of professional deformation in the context of anomie issues

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Published

27-11-2023

How to Cite

HAKOBYAN, N., Aramyan, L., & KHACHATRYAN, A. (2023). ANOMIE AND PROFESSIONAL DEFORMATION. Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology, 2(10), 25–34. https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v2i10.4