UDC 316.3:316.35

CONCEPTUAL INTERPRETATION OF THE PROCESS OF INDIVIDUALIZATION IN SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES FROM THE END XIX-EARLY XX CENTURY.

Chernykh Gennady Andreyevich
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
graduate student of the Department of Sociology, specialty "Theory and History of Sociology"

Abstract
The article provides a critical assessment of the problem of interpreting the process of individualization, which is defined in sociological theories from the end XIX early XX century in the works: E. Durkheim, M. Weber, G. Mead, H. Blumer, R. Linton and others. Much attention is given to the interpretation and verification theoretical construct - "activity", concepts of individual, social and collective activity, social status and role. The need is stressed to employ developing a sociological concept of individual activity.

Category: Sociology

Article reference:
Conceptual interpretation of the process of individualization in sociological theories from the end XIX-early XX century. // Psychology, sociology and pedagogy. 2014. № 3 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://psychology.snauka.ru/en/2014/03/2906

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