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Ivan P. Pavlov

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Symbolical interactionism: A methodology for ana-lysing processes in an administrative system

Author Krivosheeev V., Makarov S.
Pages 149-152
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Keywords administrative system, symbol, situation, symbolical interactionism
Abstract (summary) This article considers the role of symbols in the system of social interactions. Symbolical interactionism is examined as a methodological framework for studying administrative practices. The key notion of the concept of symbolical interactionism — “a symbol in the course of interaction” – is interpreted as a wide range of meanings including, alongside linguistic structures, determinants in the form of cultural, organizational and group factors. The efficiency of management process is associated with concurrence of the personified blocks of symbols of the subject and the object of administrative interactions. The authors address the problem of correlation between the categories of “management” and “situation”.
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