Formation the Communicative Competence of the Future Sociologist as the Possibility of Raising Quality of Interviewing

  • Bakhtiyor Idrisov Melitopol State Pedagogical University named after Bogdan Khmelnytsky
Keywords: professional competence, interviewing, communication competence


Errors in the sociological forecasting often enough to overcome the problems associated with the unavailability of the respondents, and, accordingly, a lack of communicative competence of interviewers. So, for three years with students MDPU n. B. Khmelnytsky conducted a study in which identified actions of the teacher on formation at the future sociologists communicative component of professional practice and developed criteria for its evaluation. As a tool designed «Sociolinguistic method of determining the communicative competence» to optimize the training of interviewers on a specific topic of research. The study, conducted by the authors showed that the criteria for participation in the study must comply with the minimum level of «adequate, but need to further develop knowledge and skills in professional and everyday communication». The results of research show that the communicative competence of the future sociologists formed and developed in the course of vocational training and is acquired abilities, skills and potential of personal communicative potential in the working process and everyday communication. In the context of the requirements for the formation of future sociologists general professional competence of teachers of action should be aimed at the mastery of the communicative competence of the students, which reflects the level of Maturity of sociological thinking and relevant professional conceptual apparatus.


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