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Sources of institutional processes in public youth organizations

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The process of institutionalization of one of the key institutions of a public society, namely public youth organizations, is considered. The author pays attention to the initial point of the process of institutionalization, in particular to its sources. Separately, the sources on three levels of the institutionalization are considered and aanlyzed: the primary and secondary institutionalizations and the deinstitutionalization.

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