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Шеллер М. .
Новая парадигма мобильности для «подвижной» социологии / Пер с англ. Н. К. Орловой


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Центра исследований мобильности и политики Университета Дрекселя (Филадельфия, США)

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Шеллер М. . Новая парадигма мобильности для «подвижной» социологии / Пер с англ. Н. К. Орловой // Социология: методология, методы, математическое моделирование (4М). 2018. Том. 0. № 47. С. 93-143.

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В статье дается обзор концепций, течений и направлений в рамках предметного поля изучения мобильностей, начиная с классического периода и заканчивая новейшими междисциплинарными исследованиями. Раскрываются отличия новой парадигмы мобильностей от прежних подходов к глобализации, номадизму и потокам; выделяются наиболее актуальные на сегодняшний день темы и вопросы, связанные с данной проблематикой: системы мобильности, мобильностный капитал, мобильностная справедливость, пространство движения и др. В заключение делается вывод о необходимости создания новой «подвижной» социологии, обладающей инновационными «мобильными» методами и способной улавливать текучую и постоянно меняющуюся природу современной социальной реальности

Ключевые слова:

мобильность; мотильность (подвижность); неподвижность; мобильностная справедливость; мобильностный капитал; «мобильные» методы

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