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  1. Technologies of the Electoral Process: A Field Study of the Possibility of Informative Communication.Alexander Yu Antonovsky - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):37-48.
    The article focuses on the role of social technology in the Russian electoral process. On this basis, the author provides answers to more general issues concerning such questions as whether it is possible in the Russian context to combine social stability and informative political communication; whether a conflict-free processing of objective information can be achieved; whether political communication can extricate itself from self-referential isolation around the issue of social unity and address the real challenges facing society; and whether the authorities (...)
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    The Practical Tasks of Social Engineering and the Formation of the Social and Human Sciences.Alexandra A. Argamakova - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):62-73.
    The article considers numerous factors that have influenced the formation and application of the social and human sciences. It shows that throughout history an orientation toward practice has always been a characteristic of these sciences. At the end of the Nineteenth and beginning of the Twentieth centuries, ideas related to the transformation of humanity and society fell under the rubric of social technologies and social engineering, which in recent years have experienced increasing prominence in modern science and technoculture.
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  3. Social Technologies: Between Science and Practice.Ilya T. Kasavin - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):1-9.
    Social technologies are the active communicative manifestation of a social subject at the level of organizational, administrative, and social planning in the context of the social construction of knowledge and reality. A clear definition of social technologies must first describe them within the context of the social sciences and humanities: ST are the variety of social practices that are generated by these sciences. These include psychotherapeutic assistance, opinion polls, the practice of language translation, counseling, litigation, and the management of production. (...)
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  4. The Formation of Social Technologies: Stages and Examples.Ilya T. Kasavin - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):10-25.
    The concept of “social technology,” as used in science and journalism, has yet to reach theoretical maturity. This is related to the general state of the social and human sciences, which have not given rise to sociotechnical sciences, and is also related to a number of sociopolitical circumstances. On the one hand, social technology involves solutions that require an empirical, interdisciplinary synthesis; on the other hand, it represents a series of new theoretical conceptualizations. The article offers a working definition of (...)
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  5. From Theory to Technology: The Case of Existential Psychotherapy.A. Kasavina Nadezhda - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):74-84.
    The psychotherapeutic technologies of the social sciences and humanities are the result of a long process that has shaped its theory and social and therapeutic practice, as part of a specific cultural and ideological context. The use of these technologies as a fundamental prerequisite has a human factor that determines the implementation of communicative mechanisms within the framework of set goals and objectives. Psychotherapeutic technologies are based on a “theory of the human,” which is not a scientific theory in the (...)
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  6. The Turn in Social Investigations of Scientific Knowledge.Lyudmila A. Markova - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):26-36.
    Recognizing the necessary social aspects of scientific knowledge leads to a serious shift in the analysis of science. Whereas until recently the study of scientific knowledge in terms of its social qualities began with its logical structure, today the primary focuses of analysis are the human brain, the material carrier of computer programs, the economic relations in the society of commodity production, and so forth. All of this is not science, but is involved in the production of new knowledge. The (...)
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  7. Historical Memory: The Construction of Consciousness.Alexander L. Nikiforov - 2017 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 55 (1):49-61.
    Historical memory is considered in this article as one of the most important pillars of national identity. In addition to identifying some of the characteristic features of national, historical memory, the author shows that historical memory is influenced by two factors—the direct experience of the witnesses and participants of past events and official propaganda. As the direct witnesses of events disappear, the possibility of reconstructing and distorting historical memory increases. The ideas put forth in this article are formulated based on (...)
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