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AutorMachado, Mario Brockmann-
Data de submissão2015-11-10T14:06:10Z-
Data de disponibilização2015-11-10T14:06:10Z-
Data 1979-
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11997/811-
Descrição "Separata da Revista Dados, n. 22, 1979, p. 65-73. Comunicação preparada para o II Encontro da Associação Nacional de Pesquisa e Pós-Graduação em Ciências Sociais. Belo Horizonte, 17 a 19 de outubro de 1979."pt_BR
IdiomaPortuguêspt_BR
Imprenta[Rio de Janeiro: Fundação Casa de Rui Barbosa, 1979]pt_BR
AssuntoCiência Políticapt_BR
AssuntoSocialização políticapt_BR
AssuntoPolítica - Estados Unidos-
Título Ciência política e socialização política nos Estados Unidospt_BR
Tipo Artigo - Separatapt_BR
AfiliaçãoFundação Casa de Rui Barbosa (FCRB)-
AbstractThe article aims at evaluating, in summary fashion, the influence which psychological, anthropological, and sociological theories have had on studies of political socialization carried out by North American political scientists. In the author's opinion, psychologicallyoriented studies of the process of political socialization end up abstracting the individual dimension from the macro political context within which it occurs. The consequence is the "depoliticization" of the perception of the emminently political nature of that process. On the other hand, anthropological and sociological theories of culture and socialization do not appear to distinguish adequately between "spontaneous consensus" and "organized consent", and once again the result is a relative depoliticization of the perception of political socialization in contemporary systems. The author outlines the origins of the concept of political culture, indicates its limitations, and suggests that the concept of ideology, loosely inspired by the Marxist tradition, could be more useful in capturing the power conflict which accompanies the process of political socialization. The conclusion indicates that the kernel of studies of political socialization should be, on the one hand, the relation between the dominant ideology of a political system, and, on the other, the legitimation of its mode of domination.pt_BR
Coleção de origemTextos online-
RemissivaBrockmann Machado, Mario-
dc.description.résuméCet article a pour but d'évaluer de façon résumée l'influence de théories psychologiques, anthropologiques et sociologiques sur les études de socialisation politique réalisées aux Étas-Unis dans le cadre des sciences politiques. Selon l'auteur, les études psychologiquement orientées du processus de socialization politique finissent par faire abstraction du contexte macro-politique dans lequel se réalise la dimension individuelle de ce processsus. La conséquence en est une "dépolitisation" de la perception de sa nature essentiellement politique. Par ailleurs, l'influence de théories anthropologiques et sociologiques sur la culture et la socialisation qui ne semblent pas distinguer très bien les concepts de "consensus spontané" et de "consentement organisé" a aussi comme résultat une dépolitisation relative de la perception de la socialisation politique dans les systèmes contemporains. L'auteur retrace les origines du concept de culture politique, montre ses limites et suggère que celui d'idéologie, librement inspiré de la tradition marxiste, peut être plus utile pour capter le conflit de pouvoir sous-jacent au processus de socialisation politique. Il en conclut que l'essentiel des études de socialisation politique devrait concerner la relation entre l'idéologie dominant d'un système politique donné, d'un côté, et la légitimation de son mode d'utilisation, de l'autre.-
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