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The ethnic aspects of demographic processes in the Baltic region states

Author Khruschev Sergey
DOI 10.5922/2079-8555-2010-4-9
Pages 81-91
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Keywords Baltic Region, population, geo-demographic situation, ethnic groups, natural movement
Abstract (summary) This article focuses on the problems pertaining to the regionalisation of geo-demographic situation in the Baltic region. Particular attention is paid to the influence of ethnic factors on the parameters and trends of demographic processes. The author comes to a conclusion about the achievement of demographic homeostasis in most ethnos-nations in the Baltic region.
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