A Person’s Socialization in the Light of the Concepts of Three Anthropological Dominants (Research Question Outline)

Abstract: 

A multidisciplinary analysis of a person’s socialization has been performed based on the theory of three modes of oral tradition epic, lyric poetry, and drama. The paper proposes an idea that a person’s socialization can be viewed as sequential inclusion of epic, lyric, and dramatic components of the exploration of social space. The paper clarifies different aspects of the process of a person’s socialization through the prism of the convergence of three anthropological dominants, which in their complex combination contribute to the designing, formation, and development of human subject-object relations and relations in the world.

DOI: 
10.18500/2304-9790-2016-5-3-215-218
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