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Justice, Consolidation, Self-Organization, Civilian Control
Purpose: The backwardness of civil control in modern Russia is connected with a complex of the reasons of sociocultural character, including with specifics of the Russian traditions of public participation. It is proved that only collective forms of civil control relying on mobilization and use of the social capital of local communities can be the most effective in Russia.
Methodology: The complexity of a research was provided: first, studying of the various conditions influencing realization of principle of social justice, the analysis as the standard importance of value of justice in consciousness of the population and satisfaction with her realization in practice; secondly, complexity of methods of collecting primary information (mass poll, expert poll, secondary analysis of researches on this subject).
Result: However, owing to a crisis of confidence the social capital of municipal units and separate groups is minimum and a little demanded. The most important starter of civil control aspiration to justice as the realization of social justice usually doesn't contact inhabitants of local communities’ personal civil activity doesn't operate, or the stereotype dominates that such activity won't result in the expected results.
Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of Sociocultural Aspect of Realization of Civil Control in Modern Russian Society is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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