LOCUS OF RESPONSIBILITY AS EVERYDAY’S LIFE

Zvonovsky Vladimir Borisovich
Candidate of Sociology, Research Director, Foundation for Social Research (Samara) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Abstract: This article examines the localization of responsibility for one's well-being as a factor which in many respects determines behavior of individuals as well as of large social groups. The localization of responsibility is determined by a value system appropriated throughout the socialization process. Therefore, it substantially depends on a generational affiliation. The relevance of that concept (localization of responsibility) for a sociological study is presented. Thorough examination and analysis of findings displayed a steady relation between locus of control and everyday economic practices of Russian residents.

Key words: locus of control (responsibility), welfare, everyday's life, Russian regions.

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