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Publications of Skobelina Natalia Anatolyevna
Modern Education, 2018-3
Skobelina N.A. - Institutionalization of sociology of social movements: integration of scientific and educational aspects pp. 109-117


Abstract: Modern scholars pay attention to the tendency towards consolidation and unification of the various elements of the system of science education, which is also relevant for sociology. The article lays emphasis on institutionalization of the sociology of social movements and application of integrated approach in studying the indicated sociological direction. The goal of this article is the determination of integration process of scientific and educational aspects in sociology of social movements through the strategy of integralism that is understood as a method of organization f integration process. The article suggests the model of institutionalization of sociology of social movements, which has the structure comprised of the consecutive levels of integration. The research is based on the integrated approach, uses general scientific methods, including the analysis of scientific literature. The dependence of integration process on the type of used strategy is demonstrated within the framework of integrated approach. The integration process that underlies the institutionalization of sociology of movements is characterized by the internal, external and complex strategies in accordance with the micro-, meso- and macro-levels, as well as defined by the three stages of institutionalization of the sociology of social movements. In conclusion, the author underlines that the integration approach contributes to the development of sociological knowledge in the area of studying the modern social movements. The article is recommended to the pedagogues of sociology of social movements of the higher education facilities and all interested in the indicated topic.
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