Creative class as the leading group of modern society

  • O. Y. Sakalo Poltava V.G. Korolenko National pedagogical university
Keywords: creative class, structure of society, creative economy, values, post­industrial society, transformation, labour organization

Abstract

In the article one of the modern approaches to the social structure of the society is considered. The creative class is determined as the main driving force and as a leading social class of modern society. The author studies the history of the concept of creative class, and R. Florida’s concept in particular, and determines its characteristics and peculiarities. The influence of the creative class on the society, on its transformation processes, and the system of social values is analyzed. The role of creative class in developing creative and innovative economy of the post­industrial society era is found out. The author considers the relationship between the creative class and the other social classes of modern society. The essence of the concept of creativity is defined, and one of the most important problems of the modern era that is a constant conflict between creativity and organization is examined. The comparative historical analysis of the so­called «institutional»/ «industrial» and «creative»/ «post­industrial» era is made. The role of the creative class in developing and social changing the modern American society is studied. The questions of forming and developing creative class in modern Ukrainian society are analyzed, and the peculiarities and problems of this process are figured out. The need of state support for forming national creative class, for its strengthening and growth is emphasized. 

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Published
2015-06-01
How to Cite
Sakalo, O. Y. (2015). Creative class as the leading group of modern society. Scientific and Theoretical Almanac Grani, 18(8), 77-80. https://doi.org/10.15421/1715160
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SOCIOLOGY