MANJINSKI IDЕNTITETI: PERSPEKTIVA TEORIJE KONTROLE AFEKTA I TEORIJE KONTROLE IDENTITETA

  • Aleksej Kišjuhas

Сажетак

U radu su predstavljeni i analizirani manjinski identiteti iz perspektive teorija kontrole afekta i kontrole identiteta. U pitanju su savremene sociološke teorije društvene interakcije i društvenih emocija, a koje ilustrativno referišu ka fenomenu društvenog identiteta individue. Analizirano je na koji način mehanizmi kontrole afekta i kontrole identiteta, odnosno društvene emocije i društveno značenje u kontekstu društvene interakcije i društvene strukture, utiču na generisanje i potvrđivanje (manjinskih) identiteta. Na ovaj način, teorije kontrole afekta i kontrole identiteta predstavljene su kao teorijski okvir ili objašnjenja društvenog ponašanja sa značajnim posledicama po fenomen (is)trajnosti i politike očuvanja manjinskih identiteta.

Биографија аутора

Aleksej Kišjuhas

Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Filozofski fakultet
Odsek za sociologiju

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KIŠJUHAS, Aleksej. MANJINSKI IDЕNTITETI: PERSPEKTIVA TEORIJE KONTROLE AFEKTA I TEORIJE KONTROLE IDENTITETA. РУСИНИСТИЧНИ СТУДИЇ, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 155-171, mar. 2017. ISSN 2560-3612. Доступно на: <http://rusinisticnistudi.ff.uns.ac.rs/index.php/rs/article/view/15>. Датум приступа: 24 nov. 2017 doi: https://doi.org/10.19090/rs.2017.1.155-171.
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