Synonyms for culturology or Related words with culturology
Examples of "culturology"
, religious studies, sociology, philosophy.
Fuad Mamedov Teyub oglu () is a professor of
and Chair of the History Department at the Academy of Public Administration (Azerbaijan). He is the founder of
in Azerbaijan and also the President of the Cultural Association Simurgh.
Following White, philosopher of science Mario Bunge defined
as the sociological, economic, political, and historical study of concrete cultural systems. "Synchronic
" is said to coincide with the anthropology, sociology, economics, and political ideology of cultures. By contrast, "diachronic
" is a component of history. According to Bunge, "scientific
" also differs from traditional cultural studies as the latter are often the work of idealist literary critics or pseudo-philosophers ignorant of the scientific method and incompetent in the study of social facts and concrete social systems.
The scholar related the development of Lithuanian pedagogical thought with the general issues of the national culture. Thus her investigations were distinguished for their
aspects and extensive viewpoint. Her scientific works were conducted on the verge of three fields of science – pedagogy, literature and
, and surpassed the prevailing investigations of those times, concentrated on the narrow specific issues of school system, didactics.
(current politics, political radicalism in Russia and abroad, mass social movements); history (history and theory of revolutionary movement and guerrilla warfare);
Also, the first chapter of the work gives an outline of a new discipline, science of culture, later known as
Mikhail Epstein, "Transcultural Experiments: Russian and American Models of Creative Communication," New York: St. Martin's Press (Scholarly and Reference Division), 1999, "Chapter 1: From
The notion of
() in the Russian Empire may be traced to the late 19th and early 20th centuries and associated with Mikhail Bakhtin, Aleksei Losev, Sergey Averintsev, Georgy Gachev, Yuri Lotman, Vyacheslav Ivanov, Vladimir Toporov, and others. During the Stalinist era this kind of research was superseded by Marxist social studies.
re-emerged in the Soviet Union as an interdisciplinary field in the late 1960s.
The book is addressed to specialists who work in spheres of pedagogy, sociology, psychology, ethnography and
. The materials can be used for a student training on sociological and psychological faculties, training courses for employees of educational organizations.
Yuri Rozhdestvensky founded a school of
at the Department of Language Studies of Moscow Lomonosov University. Rozhdestvensky's approach to the development of culture (accumulation and mutual influence of layers) can be compared to the approach used in media ecology.
Today, Alexander Dobrokhotov is a leading Russian philosopher of culture and prominent scholar in
. He often appears on television and has taught a massive online course on Coursera.
In 1968, the Theatrical Institute was renamed into Azerbaijan State Institute of Arts. During 1981-1991, a number of new disciplines were introduced into the curriculum, including Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Art Specialties, Theatre, Cinema,
, and the Industry of Art.
In Anglophone contemporary social sciences the word "
" was coined by American anthropologist Leslie White, who defined it as a field dedicated to the study of culture and cultural systems. White notices that
was earlier known as "science of culture" as defined by English anthropologist Edward Burnett Tylor in his book 1872 "Primitive Culture". White also notices that he introduced this term in 1939 and for the first time the term appeared in English dictionaries in 1954. He also remarks that the corresponding German term "Kulturwissenschaft" was introduced by Wilhelm Ostwald in 1909.
Bunge’s systemic and materialist approach to the study of culture has given birth to a variety of new fields of research in the social sciences. Fabrice Rivault, for instance, was the first scholar to formalize and propose international political
as a subfield of international relations in order to understand the global cultural system, as well as its numerous subsystems, and explain how cultural variables interact with politics and economics to impact world affairs. This scientific approach differs radically from culturalism, constructivism, and cultural postmodernism because it is based on logic, empiricism, systemism, and emergent materialism. International political
is being studied by scholars around the world.
Annual posthumous exhibitions of Old Man Bukashkin's art are run in Yekaterinburg. Ural State University's
and art faculty has a small exhibition devoted to him. In 2007-2008 some tramway cars were decorated with the old works of the members of "Kartinnik" society.
Dr. Tamara Bulat was a prominent musicologist, author of several monographs and 300 papers. She is a co-author of The History of Ukrainian Music in 6 volumes. She is well known for her publications on the work of Ukrainian composers Mykola Lysenko and Yakiv Stepovy, dealing with problems of folk and art music,
, and ethnomusicology.
The USU is organized into 95 chairs and 14 departments. These are Biology, Journalism,
& Arts, History, Mathematics and Mechanics, Politology and Sociology, Psychology, Physics, Philology, Philosophy, Public relations, Chemistry, Foreign affairs, and Economics. Among the University's faculty there are 18 academicians of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Vasily Shcherbakov is married to Anna Shcherbakova (, Anna Iosifovna Shcherbakova) who is a Doctor of Pedagogic Sciences, a Doctor of
, and the Director of the Art and Social Culture Department of the Russian State Social University. Anna Shcherbakova occasionally takes part as a master of ceremonies for Vasily Shcherbakov concerts. She is also one of the co-founders of the Kabalevsky Fund.
After the fall of the Soviet Union many other departments were opened in the institute such as legal studies, musical folk art,
, choreography, foreign students relations and others. On June 8, 1998 the institute was renamed into the Kharkiv State Academy of Culture.
Hůlová holds a degree in
from Charles University in Prague. She lived in Mongolia for one year as an exchange student after having studied the language and culture for several years and having originally had her interest sparked by "a chance encounter with the film "Urga" by acclaimed director Nikita Mikhalkov."
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