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Dynamics of culture

Thus, it proves the fact that all of the sociocultural phenomena continuously changing, or otherwise, are in a state of becoming. Recognizing the legitimacy of Heraclitus expression of eternal change, a scientist refers to a detailed analysis of the causes of this statement, wondering: where to find the roots of variability of sociocultural phenomena and […]

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Cultural models Part 2

He does not believe that European culture is above any other, but acknowledges the fact that Western culture is very interesting as a multinational phenomenon, where each nation contributes its tone and the overall composition. Western civilization polyphonic, and multinational. That is why one of the most important results of the study he sees a […]

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Cultural models Part 1

Culture L. Kroeber understood as universal, common human phenomenon; In other words, the creation and existence of culture initially accompanies mankind. He was interested in the question the behavior of civilization in the culminating point of some aspects of cultural activities. He writes in his book Configurations cultural growth” which analyzes various forms of cultural […]

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Structure of Cultural Studies Part 2

Designs of interpersonal performance culture specific system of conversation between other interpersonal spheres along with social establishments functions social actions as you of the types of exercise that is cultural. As opposed to the philosophy of tradition sociology, and cultural viewpoint, tradition reports interpersonal phenomena as particular, local in period and room of development readily […]

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Structure of Cultural Studies Part 1

The unique character of the item and also the topic of difficulty and trigger of culture of identifying its framework. Think about social understanding, suggested With A’s framework. Pamphlet with respect to the item of study understanding differentiate two users: the particular social studies (within the thin feeling of the term) and social studies. Really […]

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Cosmopolitanism Part 3

Globalized elite recognizes and M. Castells and in contrast to other various movements, feminist, ecological, ethnic, religious, which he estimates as a potential force for the formation of forward looking identity, he treats it as consisting of individuals have a less pronounced identity (“citizens of the world”). “The new globalized poor” less involved in globalization. […]

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Cosmopolitanism Part 2

As a result of globalization. Social, economic, economic, political, financial, industrial and cultural fields caused by globalization processes that do not occur somewhere in an undefined space continuum and affect the individual and his personal life and therefore accompanied by changes in human need to expand its worldview. In a changing world people sometimes had […]

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Cosmopolitanism Part 1

Cosmopolitanism  a special type of attitude, manifested most clearly in crisis or transition periods of culture. Seen in antiquity phenomenon of cosmopolitanism acquires special relevance in the era of globalization, because the individual performing the activity in multinational space gets real opportunities to expand the borders (state and national), thus facilitating its transfer from the […]

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Game concept of culture

Idea of tradition within the sport to some degree produced by philosophers for example T. Within the “Homo Ludens” (“the person who performed”, 1938) highlights the supply of tradition may be the capability of individuals to gambling actions (within this feeling it’s a prerequisite of tradition). Nevertheless, the investigator thinks that culture originates in culture […]

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