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Style as a system of matching individuality of a person with the environment

The social organization of people’s activities as socially useful work requires consideration of individual styles of activity of subjects as styles of professional activity, that is, styles of individual subjects integrated in their joint professional activity with its main characteristics - commonality of the operational composition, commonality of the motivational-semantic field, commonality of the interpersonal space. The integration of individual styles of activity of individual entities in joint activities also implies the coherence and conjugation of their activity with the socio-psychological phenomena of joint activity *.

* See ibid.



Thus, the problem of style is not only and not so much a question of the individual activities of individuals, as questions of the most effective integration of their activity in their joint activities, issues of optimal coordination of the individualities of partners, as well as the constant integration of a person’s individuality with the conditions of his life.

This approach to the problem of style involves taking into account the most essential characteristics of joint professional activity, social group processes and individual psychological characteristics of subjects, the laws of formation of a person as an individual, subject, personality, individuality.
In relation to, for example, public service, this is a requirement to take into account the specifics of activities at different workplaces, its dependence on the employee’s position in the service hierarchy, the characteristics of his interactions with colleagues (self-assessments, assessments of professionally important qualities of partners, harmony, compatibility, etc.), features life path of an individual.

In the problem of the style of professional performance, two interrelated aspects are distinguished, but traditionally acting as subjects of research of different scientific disciplines. The "vertical component" of the style involves the study of the successful adaptation of the subject to the totality of the conditions of his subject activity (its effectiveness, efficiency, satisfaction, energy consumption, etc.), as well as its connection with the totality of socio-psychological phenomena of joint activity (socio-group effects, coordination of individuals and etc.). The "horizontal component" of the style involves the study of the quality of integration by the subject of the biological, psychological and social factors of his life (periodization, crises, self-actualization, etc.) as the success of the formation of a person as an active subject of his life.
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Style as a system of matching individuality of a person with the environment

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