MANAGEMENT OF CONSOLIDATION PROCESSES IN RUSSIA: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS
AbstractThis article argues that to assess the consolidation of the society and its elite, it is necessary to elaborate mechanisms of national security and the methodological instruments of dialectics. It will allow as the aim of the research attempt to be the determination of the measure and limits of consolidation and reconsolidation, and to find out their essential difference from the integration and reintegration of society. It is shown that the methodology of consolidation analysis of Russian society has its qualitative and quantitative measurements. Qualitative and quantitative assessment of consolidation allows to determine the essence of the category, its modern incarnation, trends of strengthening or weakening, as well as to present mechanisms of national security provision due to a modern stage of development. Consolidation is viewed as a specific case of integration of society and state preferences, society and personal interests, interests of different elites and the state as a whole. The efficiency of the implementation of social development principles depends mostly on the integration of society The principles would adopt differently aimed interests and consolidate platforms of the society.
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