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Theories of social constructivism in Anglophone historical epistemology in 2000-2015

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Disciplines
Keywords
Triple Keywords
Theory of knowledge
Epistemology
Knowledge, Theory of
Constructivism (Psychology)
Constructivism (Education)
Constructivist education
Constructionism (Education)
Cognitive-developmental theory
Piagetian theory of cognitive development
Annals
History
Democratization
Democratic consolidation
Democratic transition
Identity
Identity (Philosophical concept)
Popular arts
Pop culture
Mass culture
Popular culture
Culture, Popular

Abstract

Social constructionism can be seen as a source of the postmodern movement, and has been influential in the field of cultural studies. The article is devoted to the analysis of the influence of social constructionism in modern Anglophone historiography and historical epistemology (2000-2015). The research results show the meaning and place of social and cultural constructivism in contemporary Anglo-American theoretical historical reflection. Nowadays constructivism is the theoretical framework for many quantitative researches in history. The authors have discussed constructivism and post-constructivism as “umbrella-approaches” and not as “fully-fledged theories” in modern Anglophone historiography. The presence of theoretical foundations of social constructivism in contemporary Anglophone historiography, its role and level of influence can be accurately described as a “critical inoculation constructivism”. To this day the theories of social constructivism perform many reflective and critical functions in cultural history and contemporary Anglo-American historiography. The ideas and postulates of social constructivism continue to play a prominent role in the “democratization” of modern socio-humanitarian knowledge, rethinking ethnicity, gender, socio-cultural identity. The theories of social constructivism are actively used in such historical projects and research directions as gender history, feminism history, sport history, the history of popular culture, media communications, and many others.

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