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The Information Resonance in Social System

Ignatyev V.I. The Information Resonance in Social System : Monograph/ V.I. Ignatyev. – Novosibirsk: NSTU Publisher, 2016. – 287 pp.

ISBN 978-5-7782-2746-0

The author considers the possibility to construct of the “information” metatheory of contemporary society in this monograph. The process of the appearance virtual and actual social spaces and the break the society into social actuality and social reality is investigated. The effect of information resonance is revealed. The author formulates and checks a hypothesis about the break of social space and tries to find out the social subjects of this break. The connection between the sharp growth of volumes of information and the intensity of information streams, - and formation of a break of the social space is revealed. Reorganization of the social interaction system is revealed and transformation it into actual and virtual social actions system is shown. The process of becoming a new social order on the basis of a new type of the system element – virtual social action – is analyzed. The author comes to the conclusion that the increasing risks, individualization and disorder in
modern society are caused by “information resonance” and bifurcation of the system of a social action into actual and virtual. The hypothesis about the information source of the social instability of contemporary society is tested.

The mechanism, identified characteristics and stages of the break of social space, as well as the agents forming strata of virtual social space are examined. Special attention is paid to computer dependence and dependence on virtual reality, the appearance of psychosocial deprivation as result of virtual interaction and the consequences of “information explosion”. A “triune matrix” of grounds of the historical process integrity is revealed. The author contends that any separate society (small or empire) is not be able to develop successfully and has nо a future without, at first, disintegrating and then integrating again on new principles. The possibility of applying the main provisions of quantum theory to explain the phenomenon of a multiplicity of social worlds is considered. The idea of “quantum sociology” is expressed.

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