Rodzaje zainteresowań aktorem społecznym, czyli o tzw. socjologii osobowości
Types of Interest in the Social Actor, or about the So Called Sociology of the Self
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The paper begins with a discussion of the types of reasoning employed by sociologists working on the social self. Of greatest significance in this field of the 20th century sociology are the oosequences of a problem raised by G. Siramel: "How is society possible?" The following part of the article outlines the beginnings of the so-called “Sociology of the Self" and its subsequent growth which takes place in several fields: interactionlsm (marked by the names of G.H.Mead, H.Blumer, and other symbolic interactionists), neointeractionism (H.Gerth, Ch.W.Mills, W.Coutu), and the research of personality and social structure (P.Sorokin, T.Parsons, D.Riesman, A.Inkeles, D.Levinson). The conclusion contains remarks suggesting that the evolution of lines of interest within the sociology of the self reflects the specific methods of defining problems faced by the individual in the society.
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