UDC 304.9

ANTI-CORRUPTION MORAL PRECEPTS AND PROHIBITIONS: SPECIFICITY OF UNDERSTANDING “SHOULD” AND ACTUAL PRACTICE PREFERENCES

Tokmjanina Svetlana Vital’evna
Institute of Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
PHD in Historical Sciences, senior lecturer, Educational Department of Philosophy

Abstract
The article shows that taken by the criminal law, administrative and other measures to eradicate corruption is insufficient, if society lacks the internal values controls. Currently there is a gap between the articulated anti-corruption regulations and the demonstrated actual values of the Russian bureaucracy, which operates on the basis of the double moral standards. The main problem lies in the fact that the presence of interactions perceived corruption in the public mind as a natural state of affairs. Formation of high moral consciousness, ethical immunity to corrupt behavior occurs in the socialization process, where the leading role is played by the education system. Therefore we can not neglect the pedagogical means in the fight against corruption.

Keywords: corruption, corruption cooperation, legal consciousness, moral precepts and prohibitions, values


Category: Sociology

Article reference:
Anti-corruption moral precepts and prohibitions: specificity of understanding “should” and actual practice preferences // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 8 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/08/16149

View this article in Russian

Sorry, this article is only available in Русский.

Поделиться в соц. сетях

0


Artice view count: Please wait

All articles of author «Токмянина Светлана Витальевна»


© If you have found a violation of copyrights please notify us immediately by e-mail or feedback form.

Contact author (comments/reviews)

Write comment

You must authorise to write a comment.

Если Вы еще не зарегистрированы на сайте, то Вам необходимо зарегистрироваться:
  • Register