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Шмерлина И. А.
«Институциональная логика»: критический анализ направления

DOI: https://doi.org/10.19181/socjour.2016.22.4.4812

Шмерлина Ирина Анатольевна
Институт социологии РАН
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Шмерлина И. А. «Институциональная логика»: критический анализ направления // Социологический журнал. 2016. Том. 22. № 4. С. 110-138.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.19181/socjour.2016.22.4.4812

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СОЦИОЛОГИЯ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЙ

Аннотация:

Современное социально-научное знание в целом и институционалистика в частности акцентируют два фактора, определяющие направленность и конфигурацию исторического процесса, — идеи и акторы. Основная теоретико-методологическая проблема состоит в определении характера их связи. В статье эта проблема рассматривается на примере конструктивистского институционализма, дискурсивного институционализма и институциональной логики. Основное внимание в статье уделено институциональной логике как наиболее популярному и перспективному из этих направлений. Представленное плотным потоком эмпирических исследований оно, однако, недостаточно осмыслено в теоретическом отношении. Эксплицируя эвристический потенциал данного направления, автор предлагает рамочное понимание институциональной логики как семиотической системы, состоящей из семантически, синтагматически и прагматически связанных концептов, имеющих отношение к сфере функционирования институтов.

Ключевые слова:

институционалистика; организационные иссле- дования; конструктивистский институционализм; дискурсивный институционализм; институциональная логика

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