1999'1, p.92
Osnitsky A. K. , Chuikova T. S.
Self-regulation of person's activity when becoming unemployed

The situation of becoming unemployed usually is felt as critical. In order to help unemployed it is desirable to examine their resources and possibilities of self-regulation of their activity and mastering of active-subjective position. These characteristics differentiate the clients of employment service who succeed and don't succeed. Self-regulation analysis made it possible to mark out three kinds of strategy: active search for work, compensatory type, passive waiting. The principles of regulation-oriented training for unemployed are presented.