Ethnosociology (methods, principles, doctrines)

Ethnosociology is  independent field of sociology, based on the analysis of transformation of societies and social systems — from the simplest one (ethnic group) to the most complex (civil society and post-society or post-modern society) rather than the technical application of sociological principles to the study of nationalities and ethnic groups. The first section describes the major sources and schools related to ethnosociology (sociology, anthropology, ethnology, cultural, social and structural anthropology, etc.), both foreign and Russian. The basic terminological apparatus is outlined. Main research paradigms are descrided. The second section discusses the ethnosociological structure types of historical societies, regarded as the different orders of sophistication of the primary (atomic) structure (ethnicity here is taken as koinema). The axial chain of social transformations is described: ethnos-laos-nation (demos) — civil society (idiotes) — post-society. Each link is associated with particular model of identification (collective or/and individual). The third section is devoted to the application of ethnosociological conceptual tools to the analysis of contemporary Russian society and its historical roots. To present full range of the ethnosociological concepts, some of which the author introduces for the first time, is evoked a wide spectrum of knowledge from the different humanitarian fields: philosophy, history, economics, culture, linguistics, anthropology, the comparative religion studies.

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  1. Ethnosociology lecture 1. Introduction

     Ethnosociology. Lecture 1. Introduction to the main course.

  2. Ethnosociology Lecture 2. The German school.

    Ethnosociology. Lecture 2. The German school.

  3. Ethnosociology. Lecture 3. The American school

    American School ethnosociology. Cultural anthropology. When meeting with the American school of ethno should consider the already mentioned circumstance connected with the name. That discipline, which in Germany (especially after Thurnwald and Myulmana) and Russia consistently called "ethno-sociology" in the United States has historically been known as "cultural anthropology." 

  4. Ethnosociology. Lecture 4. English School

    Contents: 1. English evolutionism 2. Edward Taylor 3. James George Frazer: The Figure of The Sacred King 4. Bronislaw Malinowski: Functionalism and Social Anthropology 5. Alfred Radcliffe-Brown: The Social Structure 6. Meyer Fortes: Sociology of The Time 7. Edward Evan Evans-Pritchard: Transmission of Cultures 8. Edmund Leach 9. Ernest Gellner: From the "Farmers" to The "Industry" 10. Benedict Anderson: The Nation as an Imagined Community

    and more...

  5. Ethnosociology. Lecture 5. French School

    French school of ethnosociology. Classics of sociology. Structural Anthropology. Durkheim, Mauss, Dumont.

  6. Ethnosociology Lecture 6. The Russian school. Part 1. Sergey Shirokogorov

    The Russian school of ethnology. Part 1. Content

    1. Sergey Shirokogorov: definition of ethnos 

    2. Ethnic processes: types. 

    3. Psycho-mental complex. 

    4. The centrality of shaman. 

  7. Ethnosociology Lecture 7. The Russian school. Part 2. Lev Gumilev

    The Russian school of ethnology. Part 2.


    1. Lev Gumelev: ethnogenesis.

    2. Cycles of ethnic life: the passionarity 

    3. The decline of ethnos

  8. Ethnosociology Lecture 8. Ethnostatic

    Ethnosociology Lecture 8 of profesor Alexandr Dugin Ethnostatic.Content  1. Ethnos as simple society 2. Absence of the social stratification 

  9. Ethnosociology Lecture 9. Structures of ethnos

    Ethnosociology Lecture 9 of profesor Alexandr Dugin. Structures of ethnos

    Content 1. The balance as rule 2. Gender exchange 3. Total deliveries

  10. Ethnosociology Lecture 10. Ethnodynamic

    Ethnosociology Lecture 10  of profesor Alexandr Dugin. Ethnodynamic Content  1. Repair the ethnos 2. Healing and afiirmation of the same 

  11. Ethnosociology Lecture 11. Ethnokinetic

    Ethnosociology Lecture11 of profesor Alexandr Dugin Ethnokinetic. Content  

    1. Split of the ethnos 2.Nomads and sheepherds in ethnic history

  12. Ethnosociology Lecture 12. Laos/People

    Ethnosociology (prof. A.Dugin) Part III. Post-ethnic types of societies. Lecture 12. Laos/People 1. The ethnic split 2. Two ethnic structures 3. The conquest and its sociological consequences 


  13. Ethnosociology Lecture 13. Nation: big lie

    Ethnosociology (prof. A.Dugin) Part III. Post-ethnic types of societies 

    1. Nation as artificial construction 2. The real social nature of bourgois: it is not Third State 

  14. Ethnosociology Lecture 14. Civil society: ethnosociological approach

    Ethnosociology (prof. A.Dugin) Lecture 14. Civil society: ethnosociological approach

  15. Ethnosociology Lecture 15. Post-society: ethnos in trans-human conditions

    Ethnosociology (prof. A.Dugin) Lecture 15. Post-society: ethnos in trans-human conditions

  16. Alexander Dugin - Ethnosociology Lecture/Explantion (Ethnos and Society)

    Alexander Dugin - Ethnosociology Lecture/Explantion (Ethnos and Society)