Methodological Paradigms of Social Philosophy: Boundaries and Possibilities in the Study of the Identification Process

Yury Grigorievich Volkov, Svetlana Igorevna Imgrunt, Alexandr Yurjevich Nechushkin

Abstract


Constructivist paradigm represents civil identification as a process of constructing of organized civil identity of the individual by the elites in a certain way, which is becoming an essential component of social development. Constructivism due to its inherent emphasis on procedural and variability makes it possible to study the multidimensional model of civic identification with the rapid changes in the stratification structure with simultaneous pluralization and transcoding cultural codes and public mentality shifts, which is characteristic of radically transforming societies. Socio-philosophical study of identity processes in the transformed Russian society based on constructivism suggests a methodological synthesis, which provides analysis of the influence of stratification and socio-structural factors such as the objective of the matrix to form a new common civil identity, as well as allows taking into account the socio-cultural and civilizational parameters Russia.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s3p349


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