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Sociocultural vector as an innovative strategy for modernization of the societies of post-Soviet space. The positive experience of the developed countries of the West

Demetradze Marine Rezoevna

Doctor of Politics

leading scientific researcher, Institute for the Cultural Studies of the Ministry of Cultures, Professor of the Department of Global Politics and International Relations of the Russian State University for the Humanities

125993, GSP-3,, Russia, g. Moskva,, ul. Miusskaya Ploshchad',, d. 6

demetradze1959@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2409-7144.2015.12.1647

Review date:

25-09-2015


Publish date:

22-12-2015


Abstract.

This article examines the role of political and industrial revolutions that became a catalyst for the European countries: 1) substitution of the former social norms with new; 2) formation of social organization of the society; 3) establishment of the legal state and modern civil society. The goal of this work is to create a new sociocultural model for modernization, which would be the most effective for the post-Soviet society. This research is aimed at determination of the conceptual side of modernization of the post-Soviet states, as well as sociocultural continuation of these processes with those that took place in the European nations during the XVII-XX centuries. Traditional historical approaches are insufficient for the modelling of the processes of modernization; although they define the stages of development of the European societies, but to not demonstrate under what conditions the Western modernization could be successful for the societies of a different sociocultural type. The scientific novelty consists in elucidation of the position on the sociocultural foundation of modernization, and substantiation of the fact that sociocultural processes are an intrinsic part of the modern social modernization. The various speeds of the sociocultural changes determine the differences in the dynamics of modernization of the states that emerged and function throughout the post-Soviet space. Underestimation of the sociocultural factors of modernization significantly complicates the adequate expert and scientific assessment of the efficiency of the reforms that are currently being executed.

Keywords: transition period, modernization, Post-Soviet society, liberal values, simulations modernization, sociocultural policy, revolution, the human factor, intellectual capital, vector innovative
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