INSECURITATE COMUNITARĂ ÎN SPAŢIUL RURAL ROMÂNESC. FIŞĂ SELECTIVĂ DE RADIOGRAFIE SOCIETALĂ ( COMMUNITY INSECURITY IN THE ROMANIAN RURAL AREA.SELECTIVE FILES OF SOCIETAL DIAGNOSIS )
Adela Şerban ()
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Adela Şerban: Institutul de Sociologie al Academiei Române, Calea 13 Septembrie nr. 13, sector 5, 050711 Bucureşti, România;
Revista Romana de Sociologie, 2013, vol. 5-6, 459-475
The general concept of the article is based on the theoretical and methological distinction between different types of social problems. From a plurality of disfunctional aspects that are affecting Romanian society, we focused in our analysis on societal insecurities, i.e. those class of social problems that, through the amplitude of the repercussions, endanger the stability of the entire social body. The article is an illustration of three most significant forms of societal insecutity, with consequences preponderantly in the rural side of the country. The main social problems affecting Romanian rural area are not only the problems of Romanian rurality, but a social indicator for the insecurity condition of the entire Romanian society, whose persons, families, professional groups and organisations are constained to build on their own micro strategies for survival in a socio-political environment voided of integrated and coherent development directions. The main conclusion of the article is that Romanian rural communities are the social place with the highest social costs discharging and a significant indicator for the actual state of societal vulnerability of Romania.
Keywords: rural community; societal security; identity; migration; human rights. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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