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2009 | 1 | 138-157
Article title

SOCIAL SOLIDARITY: THE CONCEPT'S DEVELOPMENT IN THE HISTORY OF SOCIOLOGY AND ITS CONTEMPORARY INTERPRETATIONS (Sotsial'na solidarnist. Rozvytok poniattia v istorii sotsiolohii ta suchasni interpretatsii)

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Languages of publication
UK
Abstracts
EN
The concept of social solidarity is one of the fundamental notions in classical social theory. The paper presents a study of this concept development in famous sociologists' works (O.Compte, H.Spenser, F.Tönnies, E.Durkheim, and K.Marx) as well as in modern Ukrainian, Russian, European and American social scientists' researches. The authoress develops a theoretical definition of the concept 'social solidarity' by drawing on three approaches to the notion definition. These are (1) attributes distinction, (2) explanation of the functions and (3) description of relationships between this concept and other concepts of social theory. As a conclusion, a general definition of 'social solidarity' is presented as an important conceptual precondition for further development and relevant usage of the concept in empirical studies.
Contributors
  • Ksenia Ursulenko, Institut sotsiologii NAN Ukrainy, vul. Shovkovychna 12, 01021, Kyiv, Ukraine
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
CEJSH db identifier
09UAAAAA06566
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.1ee6e895-a947-3f06-9131-d1192700a47b
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