Age and professional personality crises and the phenomenon of time decentration
AbstractThe life path of the individual is associated with the formation of age identities, which are primarily due to the influence of culture. An important component of identity is the professional identification, which is determined by the process of socialization. Both identities - both age and professional - are experiencing crises. The phenomenon of time decentration is an important factor in overcoming age and professional crises.
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