UDC 316.342.2

THE NON-PROFIT SECTOR THROUGH THE PRISM OF MODERN THEORIES OF CLASS

Yakovleva Anna Alexandrovna1, Erofeeva Polina Andreevna2
1Sociological Institute of Russian Academy of science, Ph. D. (Sociology), Senior researcher in the Department of sociology of authority, power structures, and civil society
2Nizhny Novgorod Linguistics university, Ph. D. (Political sciences), Lecturer in the Department of political science and international relations

Abstract
The article presents an analysis of the non-profit sector from the point of view of modern theories of class. It is shown that, based on the classical class theory, people working in nonprofit sector can be classified as a class of employees, and the class of self-employed. At the present stage the employment in the nonprofit sector (regardless of country affiliation) has some characteristics peculiar to the new social "class of the exploited" - prekariat.

Keywords: class theory, nonprofit sector, social class, social inequality


Category: Sociology

Article reference:
The non-profit sector through the prism of modern theories of class // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 1 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/01/13996

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