SOCIAL-ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL FACTORS AND IMPACTS ON SOCIAL SECURITY AND SOCIAL REGULATION

Jovan Pejkovski

Abstract


Organization of the system and its operation in different countries requires re-cognition of the social, economic and cultural conditions. It means understanding how social and cultural differences between and within nations may affect the way how the society is organized. By assessing how the individual subsystems as social, health, cul-tural, educational and other are functioning its reveal the causal relationships that are shaped and act on the systems of social security.
The economic and political systems are influenced by the cultural values. They, in turn, and together influence the shaping of the system and the norms that organize activities including social and health sphere in the society and on the system of social security.
Socio-economic and cultural impacts are grounds to understand and explain the organization of society and the individual subsystems and how they shape and act the social security system which is a prerequisite for the sustainability of the state sys-tem.
Without developing of understanding, awareness, culture of solidarity, respect, tolerance and similar conceptions are not possible acceptance and operation of the dis-tribution and redistribution of added value in the society for the purposes provided in particular for social protection, social security and health sphere.


Keywords: SOCIAL SECURITY, SOCIAL REGULATION, CULTURE, INFLU-ENCES AND CHANGE


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