DOI: https://doi.org/10.36315/2021inpact001May 13, 2021Proceedings Paper

FEATURES OF DOCTORS LIFE-WORLD STABILITY DURING THE PANDEMIC COVID-19

Olga V. Petryaeva, Irina O. Loginova

Abstract

Statement of the problem. The article formulates the problem and purpose of a study focused on identifying the characteristics of the doctors life-world stability during the pandemic associated with COVID-19. The problem of this study is due to the contradiction between the desire of people for stability, certainty, the ability to control their lives and the circumstances and conditions of the pandemic regime that limit people in such aspirations and opportunities. Purpose of the article: to recognize the characteristics of the doctors life-world stability during the pandemic associated with COVID-19. Methodology (materials and methods). The research methodology was composed of systemic anthropological psychology, which allows a person’s living space to be considered as his (human) not linear, but multivariate future. At the same time, it becomes possible to consider the processes of self-fulfillment in space and time (chronotope), that is, in a life scan that has not yet taken place, but which a person is a part of. The methodological potential of systemic anthropological psychology in conjunction with the conceptual foundations of the theory of life self-fulfillment allows us to consider the human life-world stability as an o...Continue Reading

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