Socialinės deviacijos intensyvėjimas.
This article consists of four parts: 1. The intensification of social deviation as the phenomenon of transition form a totalitarian regime to democratic. 2. The present context of the evoliution of community in Lithuania. 3. The social collage and social deviation. 4. The challenge of social deviation to the rule of law. The article analyses the problem of the intensification of social deviation. The first part of the article reveals the relation of the concept of social deviation to the concept of law and political regime. The concept of social deviation in a democratic state must be based on the notion of civil law. Therefore, social deviation must be analysed on the levels of the individual, the institution and the social system. The temporary intensification of social deviation marks the state's transition from the totalitarian rule to democracy. The second part of the article discusses the present context of the evolution of the community in Lithuania that threatens the safety of the society and hampers the formation of the civic society. The third part of the article presents the systemized features of the reconstruction of the state and its consolidation. A number of these distinctive features characterize certain cases of social deviation. Social collage is considered to be the interaction of the three distant and even contradicting social phenomena, such as the soviet mentality, privatisation and market economy, in which these phenomena are deformed. The fourth part of the article analyses the danger of the legalisation of the activities of unconstitutional nature, which may result in the devaluation of law.
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