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Institutional approach to evaluation of sociocultural potential of military servants

A.M. Pikhtelеv
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A.M. Pikhtelеv is PhD student at Saratov Military Order of Zhukov Red Banner Institute of National Guard Troops of the Russian Federation e-mail:


Analyzed are indicators of assessing of development of sociocultural potential of military personnel under conditions of stabilization of Russian economics. The author examined sociological concepts of civil-military relations, as well as analyzed applied technologies for assessing and diagnosing  development of sociocultural potential of separate individual professional groups of military  organization. Also presented is integrated system of indicators for assessing development processes of sociocultural potential of military personnel.

Key words: sociocultural potential, civil-military relations, assessment indicators, military person, conceptions, actor.


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