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Socialization theory F. Giddings (Part 2)

Giddings concludes his reasoning general conclusions: “The process of acquaintance with each other, the establishment of sympathy and friendship, learning to enjoy the community and to cooperate with each other in our work, we can be called socialization» ( “The process of getting acquainted with one another, establishing sympathies and friendships, learning to enjoy association […]

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Socialization theory F. Giddings (Part 1)

Socialization theory F. Giddings – a set of theoretical propositions put forward by Franklin Henry Giddings (1855-1931) and represents an early attempt in the framework of social science to the interpretation of socialization in a number of other social processes. Giddings – one of the first sociologists who applied to this concept, which in its […]

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SOCIALIZATION THEORY T. Parsons (2nd Part)

Parsons identifies three main stages of the socialization process in relation to American society (each of which is subdivided into two sub): the first takes place in the family, the second is concentrated in primary and secondary schools, and the third in colleges, in the universities and vocational schools. After passing the first major phase of socialization, the child acquires the necessary concept […]

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SOCIALIZATION THEORY T. Parsons (1st Part)

Socialization theory of T. Parsons a system of theoretical propositions put forward by the American sociologist Talcott Parsons (1902-1979) and reflects the interpretation of the socialization of positions of structural functionalism. Typically, lighting Parsons outstanding role in the creation of a grand system of structural functionalism obscures his contribution to the development of socialization theory, although it is original and productive youth theories. It is guessed influence of B. Malinowski, who studied at Parsons School of Economics […]

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Sophiology

Sophiology (in sociology, philosophy) religious and philosophical doctrine, philosophical theory involving “positive unity”, whose founders were VladimirSolovyov, Bulgakov, PA Florensky, Karsavin and others. Russian religious philosophy of the XIX and XX centuries. Has contributed to the development of philosophical thought on the problems of moral and ethical formation of society. The writings of the followers of Russian religious philosophy of an important part of building a just society was thought of religion and spiritual and moral rebirth of […]

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Composing the Report

The given part informs about the next thing, composing necessary chapters of report: abstract section, introductory paragraphs, conclusion section, etc. All of these sections are of great importance because you readers will concentrate on the given areas more attentively. To make a report, pay a close attention to information mentioned below with all due care: […]

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The sexual revolution of the concept of B. Reich

The sexual revolution of the concept of W. Reich – a set of regulations put forward by the Austrian philosopher and social psychologist Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) and have a significant impact on the development of Freudian Marxism, on the one hand, and ideological trends in the nonconformist youth movements and subcultures 1960-1970- s., on the […]

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Friend or Foe

Friend or foe – verbal expression of the basic orientation of the mechanism that is used by an individual, group, community to determine its place in the social space and time, marking the social distance and social identity boundaries. According to the thesaurus youth concepts, concepts of “their” and “foreign” are a pair, which organizes […]

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Re-socialization

Re-socialization – a process of development of the individual’s social norms and cultural values, undeveloped or poorly mastered previously or updated in the new stage of social development. In this case, re-socialization can affect any individual, as the personality development throughout life is not only in the ascending and unidirectional in society. For the normal […]

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Pedology (Part 2)

Special decision of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) on July 4, 1936 “About pedological distortions in the system of People’s Commissariats” (Education in the USSR, 1974) was abolished and prohibited pedagogy. Pedology accused of ousting from the school of “real” teachers, pseudo-scientific views, their reactionary views on heredity and social conditioning a child’s […]

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