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Dialogue as the Method of Internal and External Spiritual Life Social Investigation
Authors:
Raisa Tursunovna Ubaydullayeva, Sobir Khodgaev
ISBN:
978-1-940366-63-0
Publisher:
Science Publishing Group
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Theory as explanation of dialogue in social interaction
1.1 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Dialogue Conception Providing Explanation of Latent Spiritual Processes in Subjects’Activity.
1.2 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Types of Dialogue
1.3 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Dialogue in Written Text and Speech.
1.4 Raisa Ubaydullayeva and Sobir Khodjaev Dialogue in Busines Dealings.
1.5 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Auto Dialogue in Social Communication.
Chapter 2 Method of Dialogue in Social Investigation
2.1 Raisa Ubaydullayeva General Principles of Auto Dialogue Method Design and Questions’Contents.
2.2 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Auto Dialogue Method in Sociology Survey of Young People's State of Consciousness.
2.3 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Auto Dialogue Method in Sociology Survey of Young People's State of СOnsciousness and of the National Mentality Features.
2.4 Raisa Ubaydullayeva and Sobir Khodgaev Dispositions of Young Subcultures’Personality.
Chapter 3 New Techniques for Distinguishing Students’Mentality
3.1 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Sociological Definition of Discource Analysis.
3.2 Raisa Ubaydullayeva Intellectual Methods Analysis Data in Sociology Survey of Students’Mentality.
3.3 Raisa Ubaydullayeva the Minimal Set of the Representative Signs of Students’Mentality
Chapter 4 Conclusion
Author(s)
Mrs. Raisa Ubaydullayeva, the author of this book is lecturer and currently docent of Sociology and Social Work professorship Social Sciences Faculty of National University Uzbekistan. She holds a kandidate nauk degree in Sociology defended in Moscow State University. She is a prolific writer with several books and many peer-reviewed articles published in Germany, Italy, Moscow and Tashkent in her credit. Her field of scientific activity is auto reflection processes in social interaction.

Mr. Sobir Khodjaev, co-author of the books’ two sections: “Dialogue in busines dealings”and “Dispositions of young subcultures’ personality”. He is lecturer and currently senior teacher of Sociology and Social Work professorship Social Sciences Faculty of National University of Uzbekistan. He is an author of several peer-reviewed articles in Uzbekistan. His field of scientific activity is transformation of gropes in contemporary society.
Description
The author considers the problem of discovering latent conceptual consciousness’ structures by using specially worked out auto dialogue method and new technologies of intellectual methods for analysis data on the base of artificial neuron networks. An auto dialogue is defined as the approach which searches for one’s authentic in talk internal me with external I. Besides that the author gives the sociological definition of discourse, which is logic of intentionality characterizing of the multilayer communication, different mental means used in social interaction. The main goal of the discourse - analysis is defined as distinguishing from total statements those combinations of senses, norms and values, which are stable and determine activity. The book engages with approval new algorithms worked out in the National University of Uzbekistan for students’ national mentality survey. These technologies are developed for use in discovering of spiritual processes in the spheres, where there are no common criterions for distinguishing the processes and there are difficulties in interpretation, where synthesis of multi-quality data must be required.

The algorithms worked out reveal latent processes of meaning formation in the processes of students’ integration. The types of rationality are discovered by these methods either. Owing to these new methods and technologies the author discovers not only ways of thinking but ways of Russian, Chinese, Korean and Uzbek students’ acting.
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