Release:Vesntik TSU. Sociology (#8 ). 2014
About the author:Mikhail K. Gorshkov,
Abstract:The author considers conceptual approaches to the analysis of noneconomic factors as key components of economic modernization potential and consolidation of society, taking into account the analysis of results of a long-term research of the Institute for Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. A special emphasis is placed on the theoretical and methodological analysis of scientific and practical axioms, which define a place and role of scientific knowledge in the society control system. Ten basic axiomatic provisions are introduced, allowing to systematize non-economic components of social and economic modernization and welfare consolidation not only for the elite, citizens, but also sociologists of Russia. On the basis of the research the author puts forward several formation priorities for Russia, such as a new configuration of society and effective model of the social policy, that would meet expectations of every segment of the population, thus, providing successful modernization and intrinsic consolidation of the society and regions of the Russian Federation.
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