motivation; recognized values; interpersonal relations; adoption; meaning of life
Chowanna, 2011, t. 2, s. 213-240
It is the natural and characteristic need of man to ask questions about personality
dimension and questions related to one’s own existence, its sense and value. What
implies the peculiarity of man’s behaviour is the fact of looking for rational answers and
justifications concerning personality and existence. This behaviour is even more peculiar
among people who decide to adop a child.
Motivation, recognised values and interpersonal relations are the subject of special
research and analysis which is based on the method of Case Study. The aim of this research
and analysis is also to find answers about the meaning of subject-personal ‘I’ in
the process of man’s being and becoming.
I hope that the collected data and the conducted research and analysis would be the
source of information that might deepen the knowledge about man and the basis for some
conclusions that might be applied by Adoption Centres in the process of adoption and in
the process of proper family matching.