Socialisation and Economic Alienation in the Post-industrial Society
The article offers a theoretical and methodological assessment of modern institutional and technological shifts and changes in the context of their impact on the social status of an economic individual and its ability to effectively appropriate results of socio-economic development under conditions of the post-industrial society and globalisation. The article describes the content of socialisation of economy in the post-industrial society as a process of removal of social and institutional gaps, which arise due to a self-sufficient technological development, and demonstrates the role of value criteria and restrictions in humanisation of social relations and deployment of essential powers of a human being. The article specifies consequences of increase of the gap between the existing potential of human freedom and strengthening of its impersonal regulation with the help of modern technologies. It characterises social risks of re-formatting of the system of values and offers ways for preventive and adaptive socialisation of economic systems under conditions of globalisation.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 11 ()
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