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Social practices (part 2)

Given that social practices are considered as part of Anthony Giddens structuration theory, it is necessary to define the concept of “structure”. Analyzing the existing definitions, Giddens more “interesting” considers the definition of “structure” encountered within structuralism and post-structuralism. Giddens also defines the structure as a “generative” (generating) the rules (and resources). Thus, “in the context of social analysis structure exists in the form of structuring properties of social systems, thanks to which they ensured” connectedness “of time and space, the properties that contribute to the reproduction of more or less the same social practices across time and space, which […]

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Social practices (part 1)

Social practices action subjects caused habit. The determining factor in the formation of the habitus is the family. Social practices that exist in the family (gender division of labor, methods of consumption of material and spiritual goods, and the type of relationship between spouses, parents and children and so on. D.) Are the structures and conditions, among others, the formation of habit? Social practices is both a result of the action and mode of action. The theoretical aspects of the study of social practices developed in sociology Bourdieu, P. Berger, T. Luckmann, H. Garfinkel, E. Giddens, C. Geertz, […]

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How to Compose a Review of Literature

Composing the review You have to decide what you should read at first. In the majority of cases, instructors or scientific supervisors will direct you towards aspects of important publications. Assure yourself that the given help is used by you when writing online reviews. With such papers as tractates and doctoral dissertations, it is up […]

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Social youth subjectivity (Part 3)

The approaches to the empirical study of social subjectivity youth. You can accept the hypothesis that the following common characteristics will be fixed at the top of the properties of the individual as a social subject of the scale for the purposes of empirical research: The subject is the intellectual development of the organizer, coordinator and controller of his life. The subject has a high degree of self-regulation and self-organization. The subject is able to use its resources optimally and specifically, the possibility of experience, and so on. D. To solve the problem. Subject to effectively resolve conflicts arising from non-compliance of its possibilities, abilities and ambitions imposed regulatory requirements of society. The […]

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Social youth subjectivity (Part 2)

A significant for understanding the social subjectivity of youth parameter is the social norm. In society, there are certain rules and principles, the observance of which is guaranteed by social control. Violation of these rules will result in a certain social sanction. Thus, public social norms, social status and social role of young people create barriers in the manifestation of the social subjectivity of the young people. Nevertheless, social and historical role of the young people cannot lose […]

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Social youth subjectivity (Part 1)

Social subjectivity of youth young people’s ability to exercise independent initiative in society, due to the presence of a specific purpose, the appropriate motivation, self-developed mechanism, awareness of their roles and responsibilities, as well as the presence of a conscious positive life strategies. The concept of “subjectivity” is stated in the sociology of youth since the 1980’s. When it entered the circle of the basic terms of youth concept put forward by the Polish scientists […]

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Professional socialization

Socialization professional – the process of professional development of individual specific knowledge and skills, mastering of professional experience, mastery of the standards and values of the professional community. Professional socialization involves the acquisition of individual professions, entry into the professional environment and the realization of accumulated professional experience. It is one of the sides of […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 4)

Sociology also examines the problems and deviations of the norm socialization. In general, the rate of socialization appears the result of a public mechanism of reproduction of the social nature of man (Kovalev, Lukow, 1999, 2012). Socialization rate is determined: first, as a result of successful socialization, which allows individuals to reproduce social relations, social relations and cultural values of the society and to ensure their further development; secondly, as a multi-dimensional model of human socialization, taking into account his age and individual psychological characteristics; Thirdly, as a well-established set of rules in society transmission of social norms and cultural values from generation to generation. Socialization rate is closely linked to the social norm, but not reducible to it. The essence of the distinction is to assign one or the other rules: the social norm […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 3)

In Soviet times, a long time dominated the critical attitude to the analysis of formation and development of the personality from the perspective of socialization. In the scientific literature widely used terms “personality development”, “communist education”, “full and harmonious development of personality.” Since 1960-ies. Socialization of topics included in the problem field of domestic researchers. A significant contribution to the development of conceptual approaches to the study of socialization made GM Andreeva, Kon Andreeva et al identified three main areas in which the socialization:. […]

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Socialization of youth (Part 2)

Ideas F. Giddings of the determining role of social coercion formed the basis of his theory of socialization as a “fusion of different elements of the most diverse populations in the homogeneous type» (Giddings, 1897). From his point of view in a society, there are two main types of forces, referred to as «volitional process» and the forces of “artificial selection for a conscious choice.” Giddings believed that a person could not live in itself, to die with the individual life. For […]

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