The heritage of transformation
Bnatov D.A. —
Consumer society and consumer behavior: The evolution of concepts and modern understanding.
– 2023. – № 8.
– P. 1 - 10.
DOI: 10.25136/2409-7144.2023.8.43986 EDN: XIQEMA URL: https://en.nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=43986
The article presents the results of a theoretical analysis of significant sociological, economic, psychological and related concepts of consumer society and consumer behavior. It is shown that the evolution of these concepts has a pronounced division into stages corresponding to the historical trends of the emergence and development of consumer society as a socio-economic phenomenon. Organically interconnected with the formation of consumer society was the formation of typed consumer behavior practices, which today is characterized by a complex structure, and its specific forms depend on a significant number of factors of the most diverse nature. These forms need to be comprehensively studied in order to use the acquired knowledge in the activities of both commercial enterprises and public administration. Consumption within the framework of this stage was considered most often as a derivative of class or estate, and its most prominent representatives were K.Marx (consumption as belonging to a class), M.Weber, T.Geiger, T.Veblen (theory of prestigious consumption), G.Simmel (theory of fashion), V. Sombart (theory of luxury). Further studies of consumer behavior began to be conducted mainly within the framework of economic theory, behavioral economics and marketing at the beginning of the XX century. The Marxist idea of "commodity fetishism" was continued in the writings of J.Baudrillard (criticism of consumer society), and the concept of M. Weber – in the so-called "class factions" of P. Bourdieu, and the ideas and J.Baudrillard and P. Bourdieu (habitus as an "acquired system of generative schemes") are quite popular today in sociological, socio-cultural and socio-philosophical concepts of human behavior in general and consumer behavior in particular. The "new" theory of consumption was proposed by G. Becker, K. Lancaster and J.Stigler, and M. Friedman and J.Dusenberry formulated the concepts of permanent income and sustainable consumer practices, respectively, to explain "advanced consumption".
level consumed, products, signs, society, consumption, evolution of concepts, consumer choice, consumer behavior, consumer society, the economic subsystem of the company
Heritage and transformations
Bondarenko V.V., Leskina O.N., Filippova E.S., Aksenov V.V. —
Modern communication technologies as a factor of the formation of institutional trust among students
– 2023. – № 8.
– P. 11 - 32.
DOI: 10.25136/2409-7144.2023.8.43700 EDN: XSCEYD URL: https://en.nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=43700
The subject of the research is the problem of finding the most effective ways of interaction of the existing institutional environment, as a set of state institutions and organizations, with such a part of the young population of the country as students. The purpose of this work is to identify promising communication technologies based on modern information technologies and tools for influencing the formation of institutional trust among students by public authorities, state institutions and their individual representatives in the context of the development of the global information space of the Internet. The following methods are used in the work: observation, analysis, system, structural-functional, synergetic methods. The novelty of this work lies in the formation of a system of methodological recommendations for the development of modern communication technologies as a factor in stimulating institutional trust in authorities on the part of students in the digital space and the real socio-political space. The groups of recommendations have been identified containing specific tools for influencing the formation of institutional trust among students, which can be used in the work of relevant ministries and departments in terms of youth policy, organizations of regional and local authorities and other state institutions. The article was prepared based on the results of research carried out at the expense of budgetary funds under the state assignment of the Financial University on the topic: "Development of methodological recommendations for increasing institutional trust in student authorities in the online information space in the context of global cultural and digital transformations" (VTK-GZ-PI-48-23).
the human-centered state, authorities, social institutions, gospablik, digital communication technologies, student youth, institutional trust, gosweb, digital government, social network