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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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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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Youth Subcultures F. Tenbruck concept (part 2)

Tenbruck formulates five positions that characterize the overall situation of today’s youth: Phase youth age excessively extended in modern society compared to traditional society, so that the stay in this phase for a man today is an essential part of his life. In all societies there is a “radicalization of youth age phase” with a […]

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Youth Subcultures F. Tenbruck concept (part 1)

Youth Subcultures F. Tenbruck concept – one of the most widely recognized in the theoretical concepts of sociology of youth, launched in the early 1960s. German sociologist Friedrich Tenbruck (1919-1994). To the development of youth Tenbruck theory led acquaintance with the book G. Shelskogo “skeptical generation” (Criticism of bourgeois theories of Youth 1976: 86). Youth […]

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YOUTH SOCIAL STATUS

Social position of young people in society The social status of youth is the socio-historical nature and depends on the nature of the Company’s social, cultural and socialization characteristics. Features of the social status of youth are as follows: firstly, it’s his prescription predetermination linked to the social construction of youth as a social reality and a forming position of the individuals that make up the youth. The social status of young prevails not […]

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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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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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