К новому концепту общества:
домены институтов, режимы неравенств, сложные системы глобальной эры


Уолби С.

профессор социологии, директор центра «Насилие и общество» Университета Сити, Лондон, Великобритания. sylvia.walby@city.ac.uk

DOI: 10.31857/S013216250015533-9
ID статьи на сайте журнала: 8714


Ссылка при цитировании:

Уолби С. К новому концепту общества: домены институтов, режимы неравенств, сложные системы глобальной эры // Социологические исследования. 2021. № 7. С. 14-27.
DOI: 10.31857/S013216250015533-9



Аннотация

Статья углубляет концепт общества. Новые трансграничные и глобальные процессы обнажили недостатки истолкования концепта общества как государства-нации, не отражающего различия институциональных сфер-доменов (экономика, политика, гражданское общество, насилие) и режимов неравенства (класс, гендер, этничность). В статье на основе обобщения анализа социологами общества как макроконцепта раскрыты два комплекса подходов – дифференциация институтов и отношения неравенства. Концепты общества и социетализации углублены путем гибридизации этих двух подходов, а не выбора одного из них. С этой целью автор, опираясь на развившуюся из синергетических подходов «науку о сложности», проработала концепт системы. Предлагаемый подход позволяет параллельно анализировать различные домены институтов и многие режимы неравенств без редукционизма, что обеспечивает свободное теоретизирование вариантов временного и территориального диапазонов социальных систем.


Ключевые слова
комплексные системы; институты; режимы; социальная система; социальная теория; социетализация; общество


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