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Shapinskaya Ekaterina Nikolaevna,
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor,
Russian State University of Physical Education,
Sport, Youth and Tourism.
e-mail: reenash@mail.ru

The culture of everyday life. Part 1. From the history of cultural thought

Abstract. The first part of the article discusses various theoretical approaches to the culture of everyday life, developed in the socio-humanitarian and cultural knowledge of the twentieth century. The connection between cultural changes and the values of everyday culture is revealed. The author analyzes the concepts of everyday life in such areas of research as ethnomethodology, symbolic interactionism, phenomenology, neo-Marxism, historical and cultural studies. The thesis is put forward about the close connection between everyday culture, manifested in the way of life of people, growing consumerism and social factors, which will be considered in the second part of this article.

Keywords. Culture of everyday life, routine, representation, theory, value, ethnomethodology, phenomenology, neo-Marxism, historicism, professional culture, lifestyle.


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[2] Ibid. p. 3
[3] Ibid. p. 4
[4] Ibid. p. 10
[5] Hoffman I. Presenting oneself to others in everyday life. Moscow: "CANON-press-Ts", "Kuchkovo field", 2000. 304 p.
[6] Berger P., Lukman T. Social construction of reality A treatise on the sociology of knowledge. Moscow: "Medium", 1995. 323 p.
[7] Silverstone R. Television and Everyday Life. L.: Routledge, 1994. 220 p. p. 161
[8] Ibid. p. 47.
[9] Ibid. p. 19.
[10] Ibid. P. 31.
[11] Ionin L. G. Sociology of Culture. Moscow: Logos, 1998. p. 124.
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[13] Orlova E. A. Sociology of culture. Moscow: Academic project, 2002. P. 286.
[14] Bauman Z. To think sociologically. Moscow: Aspect Press, 1996. 285 p.

 

 

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