Emergent levels and spaces in studies of active citizenship: A morphogenetic analysis


Abstract

The paper focuses on the issues of emergent levels of social reality and the morphogenetic relationships between the social and cultural structure and the agency, as well as on their epistemological and methodological consequences which provide us with theoretical grounds for researching the patterns of civil activity and the functioning of the public sphere. The author attempts to determine how to research complex multi-level emergent phenomena and socio-economic processes in the field of active citizenship.


Keywords

morphogenesis; agency; emergent levels of reality; public sphere; patterns of civil activity


Published : 2016-09-09


Weryński, P. (2016). Emergent levels and spaces in studies of active citizenship: A morphogenetic analysis. Public Governance / Zarządzanie Publiczne, (37(3), 80-92. https://doi.org/10.15678/ZP.2016.37.3.06

Piotr Weryński 
Faculty of Organization and Management of the Silesian University of Technology  Poland

Katedra Stosowanych Nauk Społecznych
ul. Roosevelta 26–28, 41-800 Zabrze



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