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Co-biography

Co-biography alloy biographies, its continuity with the biographies of other individuals that make up the closest social circle; formed for the period of a single event biography immediate social circle as the indivisible integrity. The term first appeared in the “Russian Journal of Social Work” in 1997 (Lukow, 1997). Understanding the empirical data showed that the consideration of the biography as a self-contained research admissibility primarily in terms of a neutral social environment, it is theoretically allows distracting […]

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Virtue

Virtue (in theology, sociology) – ontological foundation of values. The Orthodox Encyclopedia virtue is defined as “a social philosophical-theological category, indicating the value and important aspect of spiritual and moral perfection of man.” “The term” virtue “is the blueprint of the Greek« καλοποιΐα »or ἀΥαθοερΥία, ἀΥαθοποιΐα, ἀΥαθοποίησις. Virtue in its moral and soteriological significance of […]

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Biographical method

Biographical method (English biographical approach, biographical perspective.) – A methodological approach based on sociological paradigms and sociological nominalism constructivism. Is a method of measuring and evaluating the life stories told or reported evidence of life from the standpoint of those who lived this life (Christmas, 2012: 5). Includes a set of data collection methods (narrative […]

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Analysis of the world’s youth paintings

Analysis of the paintings the world’s youth – methodical means of identifying common in youth communities thesauri, the core of which is determined is influenced by socialization and self-picture of the world. The scientific school of sociology of youth Moscow Humanitarian University formed approaches to fixing the paintings the world’s youth, in particular using the […]

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Social economy

Social economy (in sociology, economics) – the social field, the implementation of the social model of the formation of the labor force. Social economy puts its premises relationship between economic and social sphere of public relations and world economic relations, identifying the criteria of modern economic space and defining the relationship of concepts of social […]

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Freud-Marxism

Freud-Marxism – one of the trends in psychoanalysis and sociology. At the root of Freudian Marxism, Freudianism sociologization is implemented in the works of Adler and the other members of the neo-Freudianism. Founder – Austrian psychologist Wilhelm Reich, who, being fascinated by the ideas of Freud (personally met him in 1919), has decided to join […]

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Freudism (2nd part)

Freud started from the positivist claims to scientific accuracy and reliability in their first scientific papers. His method was based on the forms of observation and experiment, and on the fundamental principles of the positivist verification (verifiable experience) and conventionalism (the agreement on the content of the scientists of scientific terms). Now the verification gives way to myth. Previously Freud had to conduct hundreds of experiments, confirming its conclusions, is now sufficient to separate fact (usually associated with self-analysis), […]

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Freudism (1st part)

Freudianism in one of the areas of sociology of sociological thought of XX century, based on the teachings of Sigmund Freud, who proposed an interpretation of social phenomena, culture in general explains through individual mental activity. Particular importance acquired the Freudian concept of the unconscious. This concept existed in psychology before Freud, stops them understood simply as a kind of content is not present in the actual field of consciousness: it has a definite place in the structure of the mental apparatus, is considered by scientists in three aspects “tops” (i.e., location, separation.. in the area), “dynamics” and “save”. In the […]

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The trajectory of socialization

The trajectory of socialization specific to individual set of directional characteristics, speed and efficiency of its process of socialization. Socialization trajectory is an integral indicator of the nature of socialization, reflecting its objective and subjective sides. Orbital model of socialization can be viewed in several sections (1) the impact of the external environment as a set of organized and spontaneous actions of institutions and agents of socialization; (2) subjectivity as a conscious independent action of the individual by building up his personality; (3) the disposition of the individual system its concept of life and values, as well […]

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Thesaurus concept of socialization (part 2)

These procedures have now been responded within the monographs (Lukow, 2006, 2009; V’s related parts. In addition, posts (Kovalev, Lukow, 2012) and required the shape of database speculation of socialization, including four assumptions: Personal database constructed within procedure for database constructions’ weather, T. ELIZABETH. The in-patient thesauri, nevertheless real they might be, in a particular […]

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