Media images of the Kaliningrad region in the structure of migration attitudes of millennials and the reform generation
... territory of developing infrastructure, and a tourist destination. The most substantial intergenerational differences concern the media images of a military outpost and an economically attractive area. Members of the reform generation are more likely than millennials to see a military threat and consider the security aspect when moving. Millennials showed greater awareness of what constitutes the image of an economically attractive region. It is concluded that differences between millennials and the reform ...
Mobility and migration intentions of the Reform Generation and Millennials of the Kaliningrad region
This paper focuses on the results of a sociological study of mobility and migration intentions of the Reform Generation and Millennials in the Kaliningrad region. In this regard, different approaches to the theory of generations are analyzed. The authors define the age groups that make up the Reform Generation and the Millennials and identify features of the designated ...
Generational differences of the residents of the Kaliningrad region in the perception of regional history and historical and cultural heritage
... (especially among generation Z) there is a markedly higher support for the idea of restoring dilapidated pre-war heritage sites and reviving the completely destroyed Royal Castle.
historical memory, generation theory, generation Z, millennials, historical past, regional history, Kaliningrad region