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ACMEOGRAM



№ _______

“____” ________ 200__

FULL NAME._______________________________________________________________________

Gender Husband / Female

Age 21 - 40 years

Education Higher Specialty Journalist _____________

Personnel movement Correspondent - editor - chief editor (for a print journalist) Correspondent - editor - director - producer - editor-in-chief - channel / radio station director (for a television and radio journalist)

Skill level Medium to high

Retraining and professional development Self-education. Refresher courses

1. Substructure of abilities and potential

• Complex private abilities. Requires creative, artistic ability.

• Having talent or talent. Perhaps the presence of linguistic talent - the ability to use language to stimulate the search, transfer of information and creation.

• Assessment of the potential of the individual. The potential of a journalist’s personality should be at a high level and include such essential components for his professional activity as high psychological and social activity, developed social culture, high level of knowledge, skills, skills of professional and everyday character, as well as a high level of spiritual and moral personal development.

2. Substructure of individuality

• Characteristics of the image of “I”: The social “I” of a journalist should be adequate to his social role, to promote effective interaction with people. The journalist should not be in conflict with the physical "I", because he is engaged in public activities. Also, the journalist must have a psychological “I” that defines him as a creative, erudite person.

• Features of motivation and the need for achievements - are in the focus on the result, as well as a creative approach to the execution of professional activities.

• Characteristics of self-esteem. Self-esteem must be adequate, possibly slightly overstated due to publicity.

• Characteristics of value orientations, interests. Value orientations as benchmarks of behavior should be expressed by a journalist in an effort to convey reliable information to people. The main interests of the journalist are journalism, literature. The subject in which the journalist specializes (sports, music, economics, medicine) characterizes his additional interests.

• Evaluation of self-realization is made on the basis of achievements in the professional sphere, as well as in other areas of life (family, friends, interests).

3. Directional substructure

• Orientation characteristics: the orientation level is high (the journalist is dominated by the social significance of the orientation); orientation is wide and deep (a wide range of interests of the individual and their sufficient depth); intensity intensity is high (conscious actions in professional activities and full conviction in their effectiveness).

• Content focus - on the process and the result.

• Attitude towards professional activity - creative.

• The focus on interaction is high, because in professional activities, a journalist needs to be able to easily make contact, have a close relationship with him and develop a conversation with an interlocutor, and also need to be able to work in a team of media professionals.

4. Substructure of characteristic features and moral qualities

• Purposefulness - necessary to achieve high results.

• Initiative - approved, because creative profession.

• Will - is necessary as the ability to overcome obstacles arising in the way of achieving the goals of professional activity.

• Organization is very important for work and contributes to the achievement of good results; however, in the work of a journalist there are often unforeseen situations, the work schedule usually cannot be clearly planned.

• Responsibility for the results of the activities lies entirely with the journalist, because his work is of an author nature.

• Lack of envy for the success of others. In moderate form, envy of the success of others can be a motivating factor and help achieve the highest results.

• Humanistic orientation in relationships is necessary, because the work is mainly aimed at interacting with people.

• Honesty - in the work of a journalist should be in the first place among all moral qualities, because he is the carrier of information to the masses.

• Decency - like the inability to consciously commit acts that are contrary to social norms, norms of interpersonal relationships - should also be an integral feature of the personality of a journalist whose work is largely connected with interaction with people.

• Principle - as unconditional adherence to one's convictions - can negatively affect the result of a journalist's professional activity, since his activity is connected with creativity, the ability to adapt to different situations, to find non-standard solutions, perhaps even contrary to his convictions.

• Objectivity - in the work of a journalist is necessary, because
his duties include informing people with reliable facts.

5. Substructure of professional characteristics

• Professional competence - in the field of journalism, as well as in the field in which the journalist specializes (sports, music, economics, medicine).

• Depth of professional knowledge and skills - is determined by the period of work in the specialty, availability of experience.

• Professional creativity is a necessary characteristic of the professional activity of a journalist.

• Characteristics of professional skills: collection of information (survey, interviews, work with documents, literary sources), analysis and interpretation of information, search for the most significant events, phenomena, facts, literary processing of the material, taking into account genre originality, stylistic presentation of facts, journalistic receptions ( written and oral form), preparation of the material for publication.

6. Acmeological invariants of professionalism

• Strength of personality, manifested in a healthy sense of self-reliance and self-control, is an integral feature of the personality of a journalist who often has to work in tense and sometimes extreme situations.

• The level of anticipation - as a person’s ability to present a possible result of an action prior to its implementation, should be sufficiently high for a journalist, since from the total amount of information received, he must select such events in various spheres of life for media coverage that will be of interest to listeners and viewers.

• The level of self-regulation is high.

• Ability to make and implement decisions is necessary.

• Level of performance - psychological and physical endurance is necessary as a result of working in conditions of lack of time, extreme situations.

• The specific features of professionalism are that the work of a journalist combines an orientation towards working with information and creating an artistic image by means of a word.

• Psychological professionally important qualities: developed verbal-logical and figurative thinking, a good level of development of memory, a high level of development of communicative characteristics (ability to make contact, express and argue their point of view, hear and understand another, ask a question), self-control, objectivity, organization , flexibility, tact, goodwill, wide outlook. Tendency to work with people and artistic images.

• Personality and business skills: the ability to work independently with minimal control, the ability to work in a team, the ability to find mutual understanding with partners, the ability to react quickly and accurately, the ability to collect and systematize information, the ability to find non-standard solutions, the ability to formulate and express thoughts (verbally and in writing).

7. Generalized additional data

When working on the radio, there are also high requirements for the diction of a journalist, and when working on television - also for appearance. The fields of application of the profession are journalist: in the editorial offices of newspapers, magazines, television, radio companies, literary unions, in press centers, in educational institutions. It should be borne in mind that the profession of a journalist usually requires a quick reaction to the situation. There are situations of work in conditions of increased risk to life and health. There may be trips to "hot spots" in conditions of irregular working hours, in extreme conditions.

There are medical limitations: poor eyesight and hearing, hysteria, irritability, appearance defects. 8. Expanded general conclusion

The professional task of a journalist is to inform people with reliable facts, that is, to submit new reliable information in a figurative, memorable, emotionally colored and aesthetically perfect way.

The journalist should know: philology, foreign languages, humanities, literature, psychology of communication, etc.

A journalist should be able to: collect information (applying a survey, an interview, work with documents, literary sources), analyze and interpret it; search for the most significant events, phenomena, facts; describe the information received in accordance with the requirements of style, genre, the canons of literature; prepare material for publication.

Necessary qualities that ensure success in the profession: communication skills, curiosity, verbal-logical abilities, creative, artistic abilities, flexibility of thinking, figurative thinking, good memory (especially visual, auditory), originality, resourcefulness, versatility of interests, ability to present the information obtained in accessible language , mobility (mobility), physical endurance, honesty in the presentation of the material, tact, politeness, interest in finding solutions to current problems, the desire to continuous self-development, professional self-improvement.
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