Informed consents as a conventional and diagnostic procedure of agreement making
Mykhaylo Naydonov, Institute of Reflective Investigation and Specialization, Ukraine
Informed consents are traditionally used to defend the honor and dignity of experimentís participants. The practice of informed consents is widely used in a group reflection paradigm (http://My.elvisti.com/naid), in practical trainings (innovative trainings, changes of relationships, vacancy competitions etc). Some additional possibilities in conventional and diagnostic aspects were discovered while using informed consents. Generalization of participantsí work strategies during the process of consentsí making as a practical creative task was made on analysis of 5.000 cases of consents during seven years. The normative matrix of a compliance process includes the fact of event acceptance, its understanding modeling and self-determination.