Раздел 2. Теория и история культуры

 

УДК 316.3

 

Формирование понятия «сложная идентичность»  в современных гуманитарных науках

 

Замараева Юлия Сергеевна[1]

Сибирский федеральный университет

Аннотация

В статье раскрыта концептуальная проблематика формирования понятия «сложная идентичность» в современных гуманитарных науках на материале анализа зарубежных и отечественных исследований. В научной истории концептуальное определение понятия состоялось в последней трети XX столетия в социологии и социальной психологии, однако с начала XXI в. свое прикладное развитие получило благодаря междисциплинарным исследованиям, позволившим ученым выявлять сложные формы идентичности в условиях динамично развивающегося мира. В начале XXI века возрос интерес к идентичности как культурной проблеме и обнаружилась необходимость ее изучения в контексте современной культуры и межкультурных отношений. Культурологическая проблематика позволяет соединить существующие представления в концептуальное определение понятия «сложная идентичность» и выстроить приоритеты исследования в соответствии с современными социально-культурными отношениями.

 

Ключевые слова: теория социальной идентичности, сложная идентичность, природа сложности социальной идентичности

Developing the Term of the Complex Identity in the Modern Humanities

Zamaraeva Yulia Sergeevna1

Siberian Federal University

Abstract

The article describes the conceptual problem of forming the term of the complex identity in the modern humanities based on the analysis of Russian and foreign researches. In the history of science, the conceptual definition of the term was developed in the last third of the 20th century in sociology and social psychology; however, since the beginning of the 21st century, the term has found an applicable meaning due to the interdisciplinary studies that allowed the researchers to describe complex forms of identity in the dynamically developing world. At the beginning of the 21st century, the interest for identity as a cultural problem increased, therefore creating the need of studying the identity in the context of the modern culture and intercultural relations. The culturological problematics integrate the existing ideas into a conceptual definition of the complex identity term and align the research priorities with the modern sociocultural relations.

 

Keywords: social identity theory, complex identity, nature of the complexity of the social identity

 

Научная специальность: 24.00.01 – Теория и история культуры (культурология).

 

 

[1] © Zamaraeva Yu.S., 2020. Corresponding author e-mail address: rybka08@bk.ru

© Siberian Journal of Anthropology. All rights reserved.

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