UDC 316.7:316.3]:32 Serhii Bezklubenko Institute for Сultural Research of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, Kyiv. ОRCID 0000-0002-8709-7129 DOI: https://doi.org/10.37627/2311-9489-15-2019-1.113-125 Keywords: culture, art, information, public consciousness, restructuring, publicity. Abstract. This article analyses artistic phenomena in the period of «perestroika and glasnost» (1985–1999) and reveals the question of the main problems in that historical period.In…Continue reading Cultural Processes of “Time of Perestroika and Glasnost”
This article examines the historical origins of the institutional and self-organization fundamentals of cultural creation and their modernization at present stage.
The preconditions of the emergence of institutional and self-organizing forms of culture are analysed. The “dialectic” of the relations of “self-organization”, the process of formation and its development as a separate phenomenon and “institutionalization” as intermediate, if not the final result of the process of self-organization, are considered.
The article reveals the “nature” of cultural growth as a spontaneous process of self-organization of society in which the formation of institutions is only a “moment” of this self-organization. The institutionalization process was observed as one of the “moments” of self-organization, and the nature of the influence of institutions on the course of this process was revealed.
With regard to the “specificity” of the dialectics of the relations of “self-organization” and “institutionalization” in Ukraine, it is essentially reduced to the fact that the process of self-organization, as a rule, was subjected to negative foreign influences never, and in general, did not manifest itself in the “pure” form, since it did not run out logical end, that is completion.
UDC 316.7:316.3]:32 Serhii BezklubenkoInstitute for Cultural Research of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, Kyiv. Keywords: politics, political culture, society, public opinion, law, public court, civil society, public institution, hegemony, mass culture, mass consciousness. Abstract. This article examines the issue concerning the causes and specific historical background of the emergence of politics as a…Continue reading Civil Society as a Product of Socio-Cultural Development