PROCESY MOTYWACYJNE W KONCEPCJI A.H. MASLOWA A POJĘCIE BEZPIECZEŃSTWA
The main objective of this paper is to present two distinct forms of motivational processes described in the concept A.H. Maslow in relation to security issues. This concept is usually invoked in connection with the Maslow’s hierarchical model of needs. The main intention of presented work refers to differentiate two categories of motivation. In the first, motivation organized by complementing the lack of essential goods (basic needs). In the second, motivation organized by process of development (meta-needs). This issue is significantly associated with experiencing the dilemma defense – development dilemma. Identifying this problem by subject is usually evolving individual’s potential entity.
needs as a lack complementing, needs as a self-actualizatiom, safety needs and development