The work addresses the issue of globalisation and deviance, in the context of subjective, social, and gender identity and forms of social control. According to many theories, over time the globalisation is destined to produce social fragmentation, destructuring of society, and increase in individual uncertainty, followed by a general amplification of forms of social deviance; moreover, the shift from social identity to cultural identity, the possibility that cultural interdependence could favour the transition from a subjectivity understood as a concept borderig with the idea of fusion of horizons, or shift to an open (cosmopolitan) subjectivity. Such uncertainties or alterations can have repercussions concerning deviance, where subjectivity prevails and leads the individual to place himself in the most useful and beneficial part of society bypassing limitations, exploiting all possible opportunities and where social control, now informal, is overtaken by self-control.

Globalisation in the context of subjective identity, deviance and social control

Malizia, Nicola
2021

Abstract

The work addresses the issue of globalisation and deviance, in the context of subjective, social, and gender identity and forms of social control. According to many theories, over time the globalisation is destined to produce social fragmentation, destructuring of society, and increase in individual uncertainty, followed by a general amplification of forms of social deviance; moreover, the shift from social identity to cultural identity, the possibility that cultural interdependence could favour the transition from a subjectivity understood as a concept borderig with the idea of fusion of horizons, or shift to an open (cosmopolitan) subjectivity. Such uncertainties or alterations can have repercussions concerning deviance, where subjectivity prevails and leads the individual to place himself in the most useful and beneficial part of society bypassing limitations, exploiting all possible opportunities and where social control, now informal, is overtaken by self-control.
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