Shadow governmental education as a braking factor of social development

2019 Zenodo  
The subject of research is the theoretical aspects of the development of shadow autonomous power structure as a phenomenon of incomplete modernization in the information age, the patterns of its curvature, growth, shadow hybrid influences, accelerating the development of criminal macro– mechanisms of shadow redistribution of property and power, as inhibiting development factors. The purpose of the study is to further discursive study of the essence and causal complex of the shadow aspects of
more » ... hadow aspects of power processes, including the shadow elite among the multitude of shadow parallel spaces as factors enhancing innovation and criminogenic phenomena in the power sphere – the system of inhibiting, retrograde development factors. Methods of research. The paper uses a set of scientific methods and approaches, including systemic, historical, logical, which allowed to ensure the conceptual unity and effectiveness of the research. Results of the work. The article substantiates the need for a systemic study of the processes of shadowing of power, on which the development of parallel shadow reality is most significant, modern dangers of the development of the «top» of shadow power processes are investigated as inhibiting factors of social development. Application of results. The system of sciences from the field of government, economic security, law, a wide range of problems of socio–economic sciences from the study of dysfunctional development. Conclusions. The main conclusions of the study can be reduced to the formulation: 1) among the polysystems of modern power parallel realities, the special information destructive place is occupied by the shadow information parallel reality – the shadow autonomous power parallel para–society; 2) syncretism (hybridization) of power and oligarchic business is a powerful sectoral macro–social shadow groupings of parallel realities that monopolize the state–power resource in favor of the clan– power dominant structur [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2615522 fatcat:icc5vybzargelalgazpiwn4dhu