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Title Post-War Anomie in the Field of Management Leadership and Anomie Overcoming Models
Authors Hakobyan, N.
Khachatryan, A.
Keywords аномія
подолання моделей
преодоление моделей
overcoming models
особистісні якості
личностные качества
personal qualities
післявоєнне суспільство
послевоенное общество
post-war society
соціальна активність
социальная активность
social activity
соціальне середовище
социальная среда
social environment
stress resistance
Type Article
Date of Issue 2022
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Hakobyan, N., Khachatryan, A. (2022). Post-War Anomie in the Field of Management Leadership and Anomie Overcoming Models. Business Ethics and Leadership, 6(2), 94-102.
Abstract This paper presents the results of a theoretical-methodological analysis of the post-war anomie phenomenon in management leadership. The main features of post-war anomie are shown. The paper investigates this topic in the following logical sequence: in a post-war society, where almost all areas of public life marginalize rapidly, a marginal type of manager becomes dominant. It is a kind of hybrid type of management, which occupies an intermediate position between the traditional (pre-war) and new (post-war) types. In a post-war society, a sense of security and confidence in the future is replaced by uncertainty. At every step, a contradictory situation arises, social tensions grow, and competition and interpersonal and intergroup conflicts become more widespread. The consequences of the war are felt more strongly, and the living conditions of people are deteriorating, which causes panic, shocks, stress, and psycho-physiological disorders. People do not even have a vague idea of where society is moving, their role in this process, and where their place is − all this gives rise to uncertainty in the future. It becomes difficult for many to adapt to new conditions psychologically. For the individual, the social world is collapsing in the truest sense. Traditional stereotypes of adaptation and rationalization are being destroyed − people do not understand what is happening in their environment. The research theoretically proves that specific models aim to overcome anomie in a post-war society. Overcoming anomie also suggests a strong influence, sometimes needed to move towards the chosen direction. The problem is that very often, strong effects can develop into distress, and accordingly, the formation of new social norms will suffer, possibly leading to a dysfunctional company. The results of the research can be helpful for the specialists in the fields of business ethics and leadership, contemporary approaches, and socio-psychological issues of human behavior in a post-war society.
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