Interpretations of Anti-global Social Movements from the Perspective of Ethics Economy Reflection
AbstractThe main interests of the article are the social movements and oppositions, which have emerged during and after the financial crisis of 2008. The social events like Wall Street Occupy, Fight for $15, or Make Poverty History can be perceived as a very interesting form of resistance to the capitalistic system of economy. The major objective is to recognize the plurality of interpretations of the cultural context and the role of these grassroots movements. That plurality is a consequence of axiological assumptions related to the concept of society. The other goal of such considerations is to expose that grassroots movements may cause some social changes within the sphere of economy according to current social expectations. The article attempts at presenting a culture-oriented approach that implies the constructivist vision of society. The methodology of constructivism includes the method of qualitative research such as humanistic interpretation of social beliefs developed by Jerzy Kmita.
|Journal series||Vestnik Tûmenskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Socialʹno-èkonomičeskie i pravovye issledovaniâ, ISSN 2411-7897, e-ISSN 2500-3534, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.7|
|Keywords in Polish||protesty antyglobalne, założenia aksjologiczne, etyka, grassroots movements, UN Global Compact, rozwój zrównoważony, wartości indywidualne i wspólnotowe|
|Keywords in English||anti-global protests, axiological assumptions, ethics, grassroots movements, UN Global Compact, balanced and sustainable development, individual and common values|
|Score||= 5.0, 20-04-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
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