legitimation crisis


Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • Legitimation crisis (disambiguation) — Legitimation crisis is a political science concept.Legitimation crisis may also refer to: * Legitimation Crisis , a book by Jurgen Habermas …   Wikipedia

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  • ЛЕГИТИМАЦИИ КРИЗИС — (LEGITIMATION CRISIS) Этот термин был предложен Ю. Хабермасом, утверждавшим, что все социальные системы должны обладать определенным механизмом, придающим им легитимность. Современные капиталистические общества нуждаются в масштабном… …   Социологический словарь

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  • legitimacy — legitimacy, legitimation Legitimation refers to the process by which power is not only institutionalized but more importantly is given moral grounding. Legitimacy (or authority) is what is accorded to such a stable distribution of power when it… …   Dictionary of sociology

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