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Title: The Institutional Potential of Culture as a Tool to Ensure the Sustainability of Regional Society
Authors: Goncharov, V. N.
Гончаров, В. Н.
Keywords: Culture;Institutional potential of culture;Sustainability;Regional society
Issue Date: 2023
Citation: Goncharov, V., Kolosova, O., Tronina, L., Malukhova, F., Ivashova, V. The Institutional Potential of Culture as a Tool to Ensure the Sustainability of Regional Society // Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems. - 2023. - 582 LNNS, 140-147. - DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-20803-4_15
Series/Report no.: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems
Abstract: Balanced and progressive regional development is characterized by multi factors and the readiness of the society to resist internal and external challenges. Among the significant factors stabilizing the social situation is the institutional potential of culture as a branch of the social sphere. In studying the opinions of the region’s inhabitants, the goal of the research was achieved. It is the definition of the institutional potential of culture, which acts as a tool to ensure the sustainability of the regional society. Furthermore, the sociological analysis of the population’s involvement in cultural and leisure practices and satisfaction with the institutional conditions of functioning of sectoral organizations in the socio-economic system of the region was carried out. The high level of satisfaction of the population with cultural and leisure practices and readiness to spend their own free time in the institutional environment of culture is considered by the organizers of the study as full use of the potential and implementation of the established functions of cultural and leisure organizations in the region. For the regional society, the scale of involvement of the population in positive cultural practices provides its resistance to negative influences.
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