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The socio-psychological phenomenon of “guanxi” as a regulatory function of maintaining the social capital of a group of modern Chinese society

The socio-psychological phenomenon of “guanxi” as a regulatory function of maintaining the social capital of a group of modern Chinese society

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Гуриева Светлана Дзахотовна
профессор, доктор психологических наук, заведующий кафедрой социальной психологии
Россия, Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет
gurievasv@gmail.com
Джимиев Павел Русланович
Россия, Российский государственный педагогический университет им. А. И. Герцена
dzhimiev-pavel@mail.ru

Аннотация

The presented review article examines the socio-psychological phenomenon of "guanxi", shows its content, role and significance as a regulatory function of the formation, maintenance and development of the group's social capital, using the example of the behavior of modern Chinese. The mechanism of accumulation of social capital is revealed, through the main characteristics, such as: expediency, consciousness. The structure, typology and component of the “guanxi” phenomenon, including the concept of “face”, “saving face”, “loss of face”, “restoration of face”, “crediting face”, is described in detail. The obligatory component "guanxi" - "zhenqing" is also considered. The problem of the formation of the social capital of the group, which is manifested in the influence of "guanxi" on the behavior of the Chinese, which is historically based on the national-cultural system of values, ideas about "correct and incorrect" behavior, is being studied. The importance of the influence and significance of the "guanxi" phenomenon on the development of modern Chinese society and the realization of the needs of a modern organization.

Ключевые слова

maintenance of social capital of the group, national-cultural system of values, mechanism of accumulation of social capital.

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Гуриева Светлана Дзахотовна, Джимиев Павел Русланович. The socio-psychological phenomenon of "guanxi" as a regulatory function of maintaining the social capital of a group of modern Chinese society // Современные технологии управления. ISSN 2226-9339. — #4 (96/1). Номер статьи: 96106. Дата публикации: 30.12.2021. Режим доступа: https://sovman.ru/en/article/96106/

Authors

Gurieva Svetlana Dzakhotovna
Professor, Doctor of Psychology, Head of the Department of Social Psychology
Russia, Saint Petersburg State University
gurievasv@gmail.com
Dzhimiev Pavel Ruslanovich
Russia, Russian State Pedagogical University named after A.I.Herzen
dzhimiev-pavel@mail.ru

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Gurieva Svetlana Dzakhotovna, Dzhimiev Pavel Ruslanovich. // Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. — #4 (96/1). Art. #  96106. Date issued: 30.12.2021. Available at: https://sovman.ru/en/article/96106/


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