Constantin Schifirneţ . Sociologie Românească 2(3): – . Schifirneţ, C ( a) The mass media and tendentious modernity in the. La Corresponding author: Constantin Schifirnet¸, Faculty of Communication Sciences and Public Relations, Vlăsceanu L () Sociologie si modernitate. Constantin Schifirnet . The European countries are regarded as transition Schifirneţ / The Europeanization of the .. Sociologie românească, Vol. VII, 4, pp .
|Published (Last):||18 June 2014|
|PDF File Size:||19.76 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||6.40 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The building of consortia with European partners was an important way of learning, especially in the field of best practices, since the Romanians were forced to adopt norms which do not belong to them, because they entered an organization with rules established by those who had built it.
The peasantry, the most numerous social class, have been excluded from the modernization projects, and they have schfiirnet working schifidnet living in a pre-modern, patriarchal world, far from the positions of producer and consumer of capitalist products.
REVISTA UNIVERSITARA DE SOCIOLOGIE, 2017 NO. 1
We will keep in mind a certain evolution of Romania’s position on the relationships with the EU with direct effect on the Europeanization process. Consequently, cultural, political and intellectual modernity outrun economic modernity.
It was overlooked that Romanian political life depended on other factors, related to histori- cal context, tradition, history, dominant political culture, social structure, etc.: Eisenstadt SN Multiple modernities. The Europeanization of the Romanian society and the tendential modernity.
Europeanization is discussed as a process contsantin takes place under the guidance of the EU, necessary for any state interested in the EU accession Grabbe, ; Papadimitriou and Phinnemore, The Romanian elites are not Euro-sceptic indeed, as proof stands, there is no party without a European program to which the electorate can adhere. Even in this case, there is a tendency to surpass the status quo, to reach a new level of relationship with the establishment.
This modernity stems from the modernizing acts of a nation-state. Even though the public institutions, the non-governmental organizations, mass media acted so that the problematic of the accession to and integration in the European Union should become a priority of the Romanian society, the EU institutions made many requests regarding Romania’s acceptance to the European structures and especially regarding the preparation of the public opinion for the conditions of the country’s accession to the European Union, since some of them were quite restrictive.
Castells M The Constanin Age: Second edition with a new preface, Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell. Economic-sociological study of our agrarian problem]. From the point of view of the geopolitical position and historical heritage, Romania belongs to the Eastern European states, which obviously results in the particularity of the accession to the Sociologir Union, namely, the diminution of the gap between the EU members is not possible without a new modernization of the national society.
Romanian theses on modernity Several approaches to the modernization of Romanian society have been highlighted. The concept I propose ensures a structured understanding of modernity in spaces where the rhythm of cultural and political modernization is faster than the slow evolution of the economy.
Another example of modernization in this sense is the increase in educational levels during the communist period. After the Romanian Revolution inRomanian society returned to European modernity by modernizing all sectors and by embracing an institutional construction similar to that of the European Community. Here there are signs of socuologie, of status relations, of survival behavior, while capitalist attributes, such as performance, risk and competition, are missing altogether.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. This modernity started from the ideal of building a unitary political and legal institu- tional framework, able to modernize the whole of Romanian society, since, in this way, the levels of development specific to Western countries could be reached.
In his works, he demonstrated the existence of a conflict between generations in the socialist society.
Johnston M Syndromes of Corruption: Modernity produced by the state Throughout its history, the Romanian state has given priority to national construction, and the problems related to economic and social development were postponed or subor- dinated to the national issue. From this perspective, I maintain that the ideal and the vision of the Romanian social actors have intersected with European doctrines on modern development.
The political system is seen by public opinion as a driver of transition, full wchifirnet failures and responsible for the inefficient functioning of the institutions Zamfir, In fact, this position of Romania is not singular. A summary of the findings of this research was published in the volume ‘Student and Society’ coordinators F.
The European Economic Community intended from the outset to act to reduce economic disparities between its regions, in the context of eliminating customs barriers and creating a Common Market, but adoption of a cohesion policy was relatively slow Murgescu, Romania has experienced modern changes, some of them substantial, but in only a small proportion have they reached the rural community and affected work relations in agriculture.
The Romanian State had in a professional body qualified in European Community issues, diplomats and specialists in varied sectors connected to the European organization. cohstantin
Tendential modernity | Constantin Schifirnet –
Studiu economico-sociologic al problemei noastre agrare [Neo- Serfdom: Striving to suggest a sociological interpretation of the formation of constantn Romanian civilization, E Consstantin elaborated the theory of synchronism, according to which the Romanian civilization … could not have emerged otherwise than in a revolutionary and sudden way, by total importation and without the reconstitution of the organic evolutionary phases characteristic of the civilization of the developed countries.
Had a national state not existed, any consequent change in the modernized societies would have been impossible. Editura Librariei Leon Alcalay. The Europeanization process influences directly conxtantin indirectly the national societies. Modernization took place for the real benefit of only a minority; and the rest of the population, predominantly rural, had to pay the exorbitant costs of the existence of some institutions that did not contribute to the modernization of the villages.