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In this way, the preconditions of an activist, a passive or a radical political culture can be understood from the perspective of the complexity of life, not only in a theoretically reduced way.

The Science of the Artificial. Actions motivating the protective behaviour of humans which aimed at ensuring the continuity of their living conditions have had of course, still have and even will have numerous unintended consequences for nature. It is not a coincidence that unlike in the present answers given for the challenges imposed by the environment in the past were also different.

Bakacsi Gyula – – Gazdaságtudomány, üzlet

Beck criticises the reality-construction of Anglo-Saxon discourses and cultural theories, which by emphasizing the knowledge of non-professionals, attribute priority to actor-like and institutional factors. Thirdly, all these issues need to be conceptualized in a dynamic model, capable of grasping those specific factors which explain their transformation. Or they can be used as a retrograde source, which legitimize radical or fun- damentalist worldviews e.

In this sense, according to the Habermasian theory, understand- ing can be modelled on three interrelated levels of the unreflected lifeworld, the social reflection of speech acts and the systematized mediums. In other words, even the discursive change of the system must create a reality from something and for some purpose.

Nevertheless, the similarities among the East Central European countries in terms of their transformational trajectory are more pronounced than their differences, if we contrast them with alternative post-communist regimes1.

Thus, it may be necessary to look deeper than policy errors committed by governments. Multiple Modernities, Multiple Radicalisms The above described models outline different conceptual frames of analyzing social phe- nomena and different diagnosis of modernity.

This is why individuality will always represent repetition, while singularity represents self-related differentiation. Beyond the Globalised Economy. The latter can be associated with our previous considerations about security where we stated that there is an incentive structure with regard to providing security based on the contingent results and outcomes of the market.

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This shall be done on the basis of related documents, within a closer or wider geographical space, within a longer period, and according to certain thematic classifications.


In those cases where communicative rationalization is chal- lenged, the potential sources of radicalization are dogmatic meanings and distorted interpersonal relations. As a result, the Polish economy was in free fall, unemployment exploded bybut the economy bottomed out magayarts a year.

The fact according to which there is a reality which was not constructed by humans, seems to be neglected, however this reality is nature, received by people in situ nascendi, as a kind of facility. See my ygula, Losoncz Therefore, probably it is the wisest, if we treat these models as the descriptions of the different aspects of the same process of modernization.

This kind of information about weather is usually not related to their close environment and goes far beyond it, usually containing national or even broader, continental news — of which learned much after particular events had happened — usually from pilgrims wandering abroad, soldiers, legates or through postal service.

Bakacsi Gyula Szervezeti Magatartás És Vezetés Jegyzet

Most likely there are numerous reasons — not only economic, but also social, demographic and political – why the two countries began to diverge despite their similarities and are on sharply different economic growth trajectories by the second decade of the 21st cen- tury.

All this depends on the contents of sources: The following figure summarizes these relations: While the first period of modernity created its own authority based on positivist scientific knowledge, this authority has also been gula target of serious criticism in late modernity.

Then I summarize the conclusions of these theories for a theory of political socialization. Their reliability shall be proved through comparing their information with other contemporary sources and through thorough study. In those cases where reflexive capacities are unsatisfactory, radicalization szervezehi be explained with incapability of dealing with the augmented level of risk and the challenges of identity formation.

These challenges imply various attempts of overcoming whose success remains contingent as the speed of social transformation accelerates and new crisis appear. The constant pressure for competition, psycho-economic stimulation, consumerism as an existential obligation, the constant mobilization of psychological energies with elements of aggression and the deformation of perceptive structures are all indicators of crisis.

We then presented some examples of local commons. Those who similarly emphasize the unity of nature and society are: By obtaining knowledge and connections within these frameworks, collecting cultural capital and building a contact network, they prepare for the serious competition on the labour market.


Public goods reflect the characteristics of private goods to great extent, and the theory of economics remains within the context of negative determination: Journal of International Affairs vol. Recombinant Property in East European Capitalism. Thinking, Fast and Slow. The former is ensured by the independence of economic, political, public sphere, scientific, szerezeti etc. The first function is advocacy using a union- abkacsi space of activities.

Is this an unrealistic vision blinded by an abundance of possibilities? Los Angeles, University of California Press. In order to realise our idea and to create a potential documentary framework and the main organising principles for such sociological study of history and knowledge, it is necessary to cross several boundaries between different disciplines.

A Feminist Critique of Political Economy.

Property in the Transition from Marx to Markets. Szervrzeti and more frequent correspondence among the forming bureaucracy, orders, etc. Globalization and Its Discontents. While the economy was still growing untilit was not growing as fast as it could have and worst of all it was a growth without jobs.

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Dragutinovic-Mitrovic, Radmila — Ivancev, Olgica Secondly, the understanding of the world is shaped and reshaped by the actors, who not only follow the structural forces or the personal routines, but continuously monitor themselves, the others and their institutional environment. We have already mentioned that theoretical rhetoric can become a self-fulfilling process.

In this sense socialization, the ra- tionality of lifeworld and the moral development are linked to each other: The difference between the past and present is not characterised by the lack of climate events, but by the guyla and scientific ways of understanding experiences which will influence our knowledge when applied in defensive strategies.

From this perspective, we may argue that democratic habitus and illusions require first of all autonomous fields, having if not equal, but measurable powers. Forthcoming in Modern China.

Bkaacsi the meantime, another phenomenon has occurred: Our thematic issue consists of articles that discuss geographical and environmental questions of the cultural history of Hungary.