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Humanities and Social Sciences (dawna nazwa: Ekonomia i Nauki Humanistyczne)

Humanities and Social Sciences
(dawna nazwa: Ekonomia i Nauki Humanistyczne)
20 (3/2013), DOI: 10.7862/rz.2013.hss.33

CRISIS SYNDROME OF MODERNIZATION: UKRAINIAN VARIANT

Tetyana K. POYARKOWA
Submitted by: Justyna Stecko

DOI: 10.7862/rz.2013.hss.33

Abstract

In this article the evolution of “crisis syndrome of modernization” concept is observed. The reasons of divergent understanding of modernization crises in Western and domestic political sciences are analyzed. In the article the necessity of the renewal of the notion «crisis syndrome of modernization» is grounded. The author proposes personal version of “crisis syndrome of modernization” which lets to distinguish crises – reasons for modernization and crises which occur as its result. Advantages of the proposed version of crisis syndrome of modernization are in possibilities 1) to fix the gradation of formation and development of system inconsistencies; 2) to take into consideration that multiplicity of political crises may be predetermined by the current scenario and also by unsolved problems of previous modernization projects. In this context, success criteria of Ukrainian modernization are changes in political consciousness because of activation of Ukrainian people self-organization, formation of national identification on the basis of moral and value consolidation of society, which in general lead to collective self-determination and creation of collective subject of political process. Unlike modern official opinion, which insists that modernization has taken place in Ukraine (in the form of “optimization” and “improvement”), we think that the last twenty years are defined by development of simplification scenario. This means, that several unsuccessful attempts of modernization in Ukraine have determined simultaneousness of multidirectional phenomena: degradation of industrial achievements, archaisation – as return to the most viable system forms on the background of adoption of certain features of modern information society. In such coordinates crisis syndrome of modernization is not an episode in life of political system but gradual process, where qualitative manifestations and degree of political system damage depend on authorities’ activity, social conditions, demographic resources of certain political system and behavior of geopolitical environment.

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About this Article

TITLE:
CRISIS SYNDROME OF MODERNIZATION: UKRAINIAN VARIANT

AUTHORS:
Tetyana K. POYARKOWA

AUTHORS AFFILIATIONS:
 National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Ukraine, Kiev, Department of Political Science, Institute of Political Science and Law

SUBMITTED BY:
Justyna Stecko

JOURNAL:
Humanities and Social Sciences
20 (3/2013)

KEY WORDS AND PHRASES:
oligarchization, modernization, crisis syndrome of modernization, Ukraine

FULL TEXT:
http://doi.prz.edu.pl/pl/pdf/einh/63

DOI:
10.7862/rz.2013.hss.33

URL:
http://dx.doi.org/10.7862/rz.2013.hss.33

RECEIVED:
2013-07-01

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