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Title: Development of interview taking competence by beginner journalists with the help of a psychophysiological component
Authors: Balaklitsky, Maxim
Kuryliak, Valentina
Keywords: interview taking competence
theoretical component
beginner journalists
psychological factors
psychophysiological component
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Вид-во НПУ імені М. П. Драгоманова
Citation: Balaklitsky, M. Development of interview taking competence by beginner journalists with the help of a psychophysiological component / M. Balaklitsky, V. Kuryliak // Мiждисциплiнарнi дослiдження складних систем = Interdisciplinary Studies of Complex Systems : [збірник наукових праць]. - Київ : Вид-во НПУ iменi М. П. Драгоманова, 2018. - Номер 13. - C. 85-97.
Abstract: In this article, the authors have researched interview-taking con dence as a necessary component of journalistic work. They have provided analysis of di culty of interviewing instrument developing. They identify professional and psychological factors that prevent students of departments of journalism and beginners in media sphere to get necessary skills of professional communication. On the basis of a sociological survey, they have proved that beginner journalists realize di culty of skills that form mastery of an interviewer. They have suggested a solution to the researched problem by qualitative learning of a theoretical component in the process of professional development. The authors have also suggested the recommendations on the application of psychophysiological component, which is an e ective tool for overcoming the psychological and physiological di culties that arise during the development of the competence of the interview.
URI: http://enpuir.npu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/22388
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