3 edition of Individualization of Youth in Post-Industrial Society found in the catalog.
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
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Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Peter Lang, © This change hinges around two processes: globalization and individualization. The book demonstrates that individualization is a structural characteristic of highly differentiated societies, and does not imperil social cohesion, but actually makes it possible/5(3).
The author looks at the degree of individualization in the morality of post-Soviet youth in Eastern Europe (Belarus, Lithuania, Russia, and Ukraine). In the study, use was made of the data of a European and world study of values in aggregated form for the countries of Eastern Europe and processed data for the Western : A.
Shirokanova. Bell argued that the new society would not displace the older one but rather overlie some of the previous layers just as the industrial society did not completely eradicate the agrarian sectors of our society. The post-industrial society's dimensions would include the spread of a knowledge class, the change from goods to services and Individualization of Youth in Post-Industrial Society book role of by: Individualization of youth in post-industrial society: dilemmas and perspectives.
Jan ; D Zorc-Maver; Zorc-Maver, D. Individualization of youth in post-industrial society: dilemmas and. This tome covers most socials and cultural aspects of a society in the throws of post industrialism. Interestingly, this text contains many of the social aspects we see today; society breaking into groups and disputing with other groups, extreme individualization, breakdown of civility, and disillusionment/5(8).
A key writer on issues of socialization and the societal context of individualization among the first postcommunist generation of the youth is the sociologist Ulrich Beck. According to German youth sociologists a new image of youth appearing in the eighties was exposure in terms of Beck's theory of individualization.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Michael Mcquarrie. In an insecure post-industrial society working-class young men must forge new youth transitions.
This entails rethinking what it is to be a ‘man’ beyond the world of industrial paid employment. It Author: Anoop Nayak. In an insecure post-industrial society working-class young men must forge new youth transitions.
This entails rethinking what it is to be a ‘man’ beyond the world of industrial paid employment. It also involves a reshaping of a whole ‘way of life’ with Cited by: Individualization of youth in post-industrial society: dilemmas and perspectives / Darja Zorc-Maver.
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Youth in contemporary society: theoretical and research perspectives / edited by Chris Murray. Individualization of youth in post-industrial society: dilemmas and perspectives / Darja Zorc-Maver.
Young people's leisure and lifestyles / Leo B. Hendry [et al.]. Other Authors: Hendry, Leo B. The Individualized Society will be of great interest to students of sociology, politics and the social sciences and humanities generally.
It will also appeal to a broader range of readers who are interested in the changing nature of our social and political life today. of post-industrial society, rather than in the mere individualization process.
The actual youth propensity for traditional political involvement is limited, in comparison to that of other age groups, and mainly involves self-related patterns, at the expense of the conventional participation.
In the Authors [ opinion, ^this does not mean that young. Uživatelské hodnocení a recenze na Kniha Individualization of Youth in Post-industrial Society: Dilemmas and Perspectives - Zorc-Maver Darja.
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The author argues that youth are at a crisis state. of age in an advanced industrial or post-industrial. into a ke y technology and driving force of change in post-industrial society. However, the social acceptance of a manipulation of the human genome is, of course, essentially lower than.
The idea is particularly prominent in the work of writers such as Ulrich Beck who have spoken of the individualization of modern society. For Beck, class is a ‘zombie category’: ‘the idea lives on even though the reality to which it corresponds is dead’ (Beck and Willms, 1–52 cited in Cited by: 5.
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DOI link for Youth and Policy. Youth and Policy book. Contexts and Consequences. Youth and Policy. DOI link for Youth and Policy post-industrial society. In research, they have received considerable attention, though more for their capacity to be spectacular, deviant and bizarre than through the deep anxieties and despondency about the Cited by: Individualization may refer to.
discrimination or perception of the individual within a group or species. identification in forensics and intelligence; the development of individual traits a central concept in the philosophy of C. G. Jung on personal development, under the term individuation.; in sociology and political theory, a process towards individualism (so in Hans T.