Narratives vs Ideology: new Dimensions of the Formation of National Unity in Ukraine

Narrativas versus ideología: nuevas dimensiones de la formación de la unidad nacional en Ucrania

Palabras clave: ideología del estado, narrativa política, consolidación de la sociedad, gestión ideológica, dirección estratégica

Resumen

El objetivo del artículo es justificar enfoques innovadores para garantizar la autosuficiencia del sistema social y la integridad de la sociedad. El artículo se basa en el enfoque interdisciplinario y en tales métodos científicos generales y especiales: análisis, síntesis, funcional, axiológico, comparativo, generalización, análisis de sistemas, modelización. Se ha llegado a la conclusión de que hay que utilizar un enfoque narrativo para garantizar la consolidación de la nación y el establecimiento de un consenso entre sujetos institucionalmente diferentes de la administración pública. Se han señalado los tipos de narrativas: metanarrativa, narrativa estratégica, narrativa, contranarrativa; y se ha revelado la estructura de la narrativa: proceso desde la posición del objeto, desde la posición del sujeto y como narrativa sintética. Los autores han fundamentado las comunicaciones estratégicas como tecnologías de difusión narrativa y han desarrollado su concepto. Los autores del artículo han demostrado que las comunicaciones estratégicas garantizan la sincronización de las narrativas y su coordinación con la idea nacional y las acciones gubernamentales en el proceso de las actividades de información y comunicación del Estado.

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Biografía del autor/a

Tetiana Syvak, State University of Telecommunications, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Doctor of Science of Public Administration, Docent, Professor of the Department Public Management and Administration, State University of Telecommunications, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Olena Rachynska, National Agency on Corruption Prevention, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Candidate of Sciences in Public Administration, Ph.D. in Public Administration, Leading Specialist of the Department of Political Corruption Prevention, National Agency on Corruption Prevention, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Viktoriia Popova, State Tax Service of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Deputy Head of the Division of Methodology of Resource Payments, Rent and Local Taxes and Fees from Legal Entities of the Unit of Administration of Resource Payments, Rent and Local Taxes and Fees from Legal Entities, Tax Administration Department, State Tax Service of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Viktoriia Koltun, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Doctor of Science of Public Administration, Professor, Head of the Department of Regional Policy, Educational and Scientific Institute of Public Administration and Public Service, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Nataliia Grynchuk, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Candidate of Science in Economy, Ph.D. in Economy, Docent, Associate Professor of the Department of Regional Policy, Educational and Scientific Institute of Public Administration and Public Service, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.


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2022-10-11
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Syvak, T., Rachynska, O., Popova, V., Koltun, V., & Grynchuk, N. (2022). Narratives vs Ideology: new Dimensions of the Formation of National Unity in Ukraine: Narrativas versus ideología: nuevas dimensiones de la formación de la unidad nacional en Ucrania. Cuestiones Políticas, 40(74), 363-382. https://doi.org/10.46398/cuestpol.4074.19
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