Social psychologist Pokalchuk: the Government is doing everything to the initial motives of citizens ‘ participation in the war became meaningless

The officials, who came to power in Ukraine after Euromaidan, do not meet the requirements of society. This opinion in an article for ZN.ua expressed social psychologist Oleg Pokalchuk.

«The state apparatus focuses on what he understands something – economic capital, physical and natural. Society sees what is for him the value of a state is ignored, and ritual gestures as if unity with society annoying as wildly as annoying television visit the temples on religious holidays. Because in one and in other cases is a form of mockery of faith,» he writes.

According to Pokalchuk, the company «greatly overstated» the scale of social expectations.

«A necessary condition for success is positive motivation. And the stronger the motive to achieve, the greater the risk of failure that occurred. Reforms do occur. But it is the reform of the state, by utilizing social and human capital, it’s their price,» said the psychologist.

He noted that «society is not ready to pay the price and is in phase, which in the middle ages would have considered the preparation to war for the faith.»

«The war we sort of are, but the government is doing everything to ensure that the initial motives of citizens’ participation in it became meaningless (also from fresh – catching recruits). This is, strictly speaking, not some infernal invention of the Bank and the Grushevsky street (street in Kiev, which are the presidential Administration and the Cabinet of Ministers. – «GORDON»). Sponsors of the country did not need a country with some of his passionate ideology – they are terribly afraid,» writes Pokalchuk.

According to him, the events in the country can be characterized by the phrase «emotional burnout».




Social psychologist Pokalchuk: the Government is doing everything to the initial motives of citizens ‘ participation in the war became meaningless 13.11.2017

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