Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Personality Formation in Modern Society (ICTPPFMS 2018)

The process of stigmatization as a desocializing factor

Authors
Turkulets Svetlana, Turkuletc Aleksei, Listopadova Evgenia, Bazhenov Ruslan, Dimitrova Svetlana, Anikeeva Nina
Corresponding Author
Turkulets Svetlana
Available Online September 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/ictppfms-18.2018.3How to use a DOI?
Keywords
socialization, social identity, stigmatization, adaptation, symbolic interactionism
Abstract
Based on the analysis of the theory of symbolic interactionism and publications of modern scientists, representing various scientific directions of social and humanitarian knowledge, the article actualizes the point of view according to which the processes of social stigmatization are desocializing. The purpose of the article is to justify the ambivalence of the forms of a social identity process, the essence of which is most clearly manifested in the discrepancy between real and virtual identity. A person is in a situation of direct or indirect contradiction between his inner experience of his belonging to the corresponding social group, on the one hand, and the evaluation of his place and role made by other participants of social interactions, on the other.Using comparative methodology, the authors define the main criteria for comprehending and evaluating stigmatization processes. The article asserts the idea that symbolic interactionism, in fact, is a practical sociological tool that does not pretend to identify general tendencies and patterns.
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AU  - Turkuletc Aleksei
AU  - Listopadova Evgenia
AU  - Bazhenov Ruslan
AU  - Dimitrova Svetlana
AU  - Anikeeva Nina
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