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Contents of Issue 04/2021
Social studies and monitoring
Trinadtsatko A.A. - Performing art as an instrument of increasing social activity of the visually impaired people pp. 1-21

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.35415

Abstract: The object of this research is the process of sociocultural rehabilitation of the people with disabilities as an instrument for their social adaptation and integration. The subject of this research is performing art ad form of manifestation of social activity of the visually impaired people. The goal consists in compiling social portrait of a typical participant of inclusive theater for visually impaired people and establishing correlation between the theatrical activity of such people and their social activity in other spheres of life. Leaning on the analysis of scientific sources and own empirical research, the author attempts to compile an exemplary portrait of the visually impaired person participating in the inclusive theater for such invariant of persons with heath limitations. The author also drawn parallel between the social characteristics of the visually impaired people, their participation in theatrical activity and social activity in other spheres of life. The novelty of this work consists in compiling social portrait of the typical representative of inclusive theater for visually impaired people, which indicates that men with severe visual impairment in the age group 41-15, who have higher education, are employed,  attend cultural and sports events, have skills of artistic reflection of the surrounding world and creative potential, are more involved in such activities. Their theatrical activity is not so much an instrument of sociocultural rehabilitation, but rather a means of personal fulfillment and self-actualization through public participation in stage performances and receiving public recognition. The scientific value of the acquired results lies in the fact that based on formation of social portrait of an actor with visual impairment in the inclusive theater, the author proposes the vectors for conducting multidisciplinary studies of various invariants of the discredited stigma group of persons with health limitations in the context of reflection of their social characteristics and for improving the instrumental, artistic, and efficient components of art therapy.
The heritage of transformation
Sevostyanova E. - Mobilization in everyday life of the population of Trans-Baikal Region during the period of Chinese complications (1900-1901) pp. 22-47

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.32551

Abstract: The object of this research is the everyday life of Trans-Baikal Region during the military-political conflict. The official name of the conflict was “Military Campaign in China 1900-1901”, but in common practice it was called “Chinese complications” and “danger on the borders”. The subject of this research is mobilization in everyday life of the population of Trans-Baikal Region during the period of “Chinese complications” (1900-1901). The author examines the impact of mobilization upon life of the population, which behavioral strategies and psychological reactions were prevalent, assessments of the population regarding the causes of the conflict and its consequences for Trans-Baikal region, what and what language was used to describe it. In the analysis of newspaper materials, the article employed the methods of determining semantic-lexical elements; considered the methodological ideas of studying everyday life as a correlation between power strategies and tactics of everyday life. It was established that the population identified mobilization with uncontrolled natural disasters and catastrophic events, such as crop setback, floods, and large-scale epizootics. Mobilization alongside the Russia-China conflict overall, did not entail a surge of anti-Chinese sentiments, although incited xenophobia. The author explores the main issues of everyday life determined by mobilization and measures taken by the regional authorities aimed at ensuring security of the border areas and preventing famine. Analysis is conducted on the ideological and informational role of the church. The Trans-Baikal Church led the charity work, and all priests were authorized to accept donations.
Questions of current interest
Vecherina O. - Institutional limitations and possible vectors of the development of mediation in Russia pp. 48-67

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.35492

Abstract: The object of this research is the socio-legal institution of mediation as an alternative dispute settlement procedure in Russia. The subject of this research is the peculiarities of development of this institution and their substantiation by the specificity of institutional implementation, as well as cultural-historical aspects of the Russian society. The author indicates that the longstanding efforts of enthusiasts with the support of government structures aimed at the development of mediation as a legal institution outside its social component (mediation as an assisting profession) appeared to be ineffective and even faced rejection of a considerable part of society, as its conceptual grounds on the foundation of law do not correspond with the cultural-historical matrix of Russia. Special attention is given to the peculiarities of the establishment of mediation as a social institution and assisting profession. The author concludes on the presence of basic institutional restrictions of the development of socio-legal institution of mediation in Russia, due to the absence of mediation mechanisms of development (according to A. S. Akhiezer). The novelty of this work consist in tracing the dynamics of institutional development of mediation in the context of social evolution of the Russian society. The author believes that successful development of mediation in Russia as a social institution and assisting profession is not only possible, but essential; first and foremost, school mediation combined with remedial practices, as an effective technique of helping families, including families with children, and as instruments for working with ethno-confessional conflicts.
Political elites
Rakhinsky D.V., Illarionov G.A., Piskorskaya S.Y., Rusakov A.G., Shcheblyakov E.S. - Alienation of tradition as a way of person's relationship with the past pp. 68-81

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.35546

Abstract: The subject of this research is the alienation of tradition as a way of relating to the past. The goal of this article consists in conceptualization of an “alienated tradition” as a mode of relationship between the social present and the social past, generated by the historical dynamics of development of the tradition, which is simultaneously a factor of social development and a source of personal suffering. The research methodology leans on the principle of social epistemology, which implies following the mutual conditionality of evolution of representations on connection between the present and the past, reflected in the concept of tradition sociocultural mechanisms of the  tradition. The article analyzes the language of interpretation of tradition as a combination of sociocultural mechanisms connecting the social present and the past. The novelty of this work consists in interdisciplinary synthesis of the concepts and research positions: the classical concept of alienation, research on intergenerational communication and cultural memory, socio-criticism studies, and theory of suffering. The alienation of tradition suggests objectification of these connections, in terms of which the social past perceived by a person as the new and communicative grounds for the alienation of tradition, emerged as result of increasing vicariousness of intergenerational communication. The alienation of tradition has a dual meaning. On the one hand, it becomes the foundation for self-determination of a person with regards to cultural continuum, force of development, due to the fact that a person is no longer positioned as a result of determinacy by the past, but an active subject who transforms the world relying on own mind, rather than the legacy of the past. On the other hand, the alienation of tradition becomes a cause of suffering; the more vicarious becomes the person’s relationship with the past, the more antagonistic and alienated become the grounds for his existence in culture that are determined by the past.
Social studies and monitoring
Sushko V.A. - pp. 82-93

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.32515

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Questions of current interest
Medvedeva N. - pp. 94-101

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10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.32481

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Svinukhova Y.N. - pp. 102-118

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10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.35449

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Ravochkin N.N., Gilyazov R.S., Shchennikov V.P. - pp. 119-135

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10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.35615

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National security
Balakleets N.A. - pp. 136-149

DOI:
10.25136/2409-7144.2021.4.32652

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