Measuring the coefficient of efficiency for a person: the experience of design­ing a complex sociological indicator of the degree of self­realization for a person

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14515/monitoring.2018.4.05

Keywords:

self-realization, spheres of activity, work, family, hobby, health, sociological index, model quality criteria

Abstract

A sociological analogue of the coefficient of efficiency is proposed. It is a complex indicator of the degree of self-realization of the personality, including subjective and conditionally objective indices in six main areas (aspects) of life activity: work, (self) education, partnership, parenthood, hobbies and health preservation. The stages of designing the indicator are consistently described, the logic of combining subjective and objective indices into a single measurement construct and the criteria for the quality of the model (reliability and validity) are introduced, possibilities and prospects for studying self-realization processes are discussed.

Published

2018-09-10

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THEORY AND METHODOLOGY