List of publications on a keyword: «social capital»
Общие вопросы исторических наук
Academy of Journalism and Communication , Vietnam
«Theory of social capital in an analysis of the role of civil society»
According to the author, in the early 19th century, but not until the late twentieth century, the notion of social capital has truly become a scientific term studied in a systematic way. From early explorations of Alexis de Tocqueville, and many other social scientific theorists such as Robert Putnam, Pierre Bourdieu, James Coleman Francis Fukuyama, social studies have made an important part of many classic studies in social sciences as well as curricula in universities.
Экономика предпринимательства, организация и управление предприятиями, отраслями, комплексами
FSBEI of HE "Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management" , Новосибирская обл
«Стратегически профильные активы социальной сферы как основа формирования социального капитала организации»
The article is devoted to consideration of existing correlation between such concepts as social capital, strategically core assets of the social sphere, socially responsible behavior of business and its competitiveness. In the article the idea is carried out that organization can increase their competitiveness by creating complex strategically core assets of the social sphere.
Наука и инновации в современном мире и изменения социальных ценностей
FSBEI of HE "Bunin Yelets State University" , Липецкая обл
«Обоснование, теория и практика Третьей мировой революции в философской трилогии Льва Толстого»
Three kinds of life – biological, social and spiritual, – the basic items of the Author’s doctrine of human life – are considered in connection with the problem of the efficient governing by the behavior of social entities and of the human beings, using spiritual values. It’s shown that the first fundamental ideas in the field were put forward by Russian writer, philosopher and scientist Leo Tolstoy who predicted the Third World Revolution to implement the spiritual values to the humankind’s life.