The phased elements of the motivation process as a theoretical framework for the determination of students’ professional motivation ation
This article examines the motivation theories underlying the definition analysis. The problem of formulating the scientific notion of “students’ professional motivation” is presented with the help of the analysis of author’s definitions of students’ professional motivation....
Grigory Landau: A twice forgotten philosopher
... Landau, a Russian philosopher abroad. The author identifies the grounds on which the philosopher distinguishes between philosophology and philosophy, as well as the correlation between the notions. The basic elements of the system developed – the motive of thinking and philosopheme — are identified and characterised. These elements are supertemporal, their interaction in the consciousness of a subject is instrumental in streamlining experience.
1. Алданов М. А., Мережковский ...
Peculiarities of motivation for sports during initial sports training in youth sports schools
The article explores motivation for sports activity in teenagers during initial sports training. It is shown that positive emotions, deriving pleasure from sports is the prevailing motivation. The authors conclude that there is an insufficient degree of sports ambitions, ...
The problem of developing the motivation for sports in teenagers
This article emphasises the need to study the motives behind adolescents taking up sport and identifies the reasons for regular training, possible
non-attendance of classes, and giving up sport, as well as the dominant motives for taking up sports in children training at Olympic reserve
Conceptualizing emotions through discourse: a pragmatic view on the reader's interest
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