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Self-determination of Personality of Creative Beginning in Choreographic Context

The Rule of Law: Social and Cultural Implications


The article analyses the structure of personality self-esteem of representatives of art professions. As an object of the art profession, this research considers the choreographer profession. A feature of the choreographic artist's profession is the directivity on the plastic expression of a given artistic image. This research analyses the process of self-determination of a creative individual in the process of becoming a future professional. The novelty of the research is that choreography is understood not as an innate characteristic of a person, but as an acquired quality. In this research, the researcher shows the methodological techniques, functions and general parameters of the model, which can contribute to the disclosure of creative initiative on the part of the representative of the creative profession. The researchers considered a professional environment that allows the formation of professional qualities in an individual who is in a creative search. A correlation model is presented, which allows speaking about the readiness of an individual for professional self-realisation.


Personality, Self-appraisal, Creativity, Choreography, Conditions for implementation



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