Russian Population Ethnic Structure: Trends and Transformations
... in view of the differences in migration trends during the two inter-census periods and the socioeconomic situation in the regions. The urbanization rate of major ethnic groups is an indirect indicator of the prospects of traditional “primordial” ethnic identities in different ethnic groups. Special attention is paid to new trends — an increase in the number of people refraining from answering the question about their ethnic identity or giving an unclear answer. Alongside serious census errors, this ...
Ethnic identity of students as a determinant of their understanding of other cultural groups
The article highlights the problem of interaction between representatives of different cultures, which is influenced by their social representations and ethnic identity. The aim of the work was to analyze the content of students' social ideas about members of other cultures in the context of ethnic identity. In this paper, the authors rely on the theory of social representations and the concept of ethnic identity....
The transformation of ethnic identity in the condition of post-Soviet development of the independent states
This article considers the problem of ethnic identity as a polymodal one and analyses certain social, historical, and psychological aspects of its context. Language is one of the major differentiating features in terms of ethnicity. In some historical situations, ethnic identity is determined by ...
The political elite recruitment in the Baltic: the role of the ethnic factor
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Borders and Identity in Theory and Practice of the Eastern Baltic Region
... disintegration of the USSR. However, escalation of the conflict was historically and geographically predetermined. The political borders of post-Soviet states do not coincide with the ethnic ones and, therefore, the attempts to consolidate states through ethnic mobilization meet corresponding resistance from groups with a different identity. In the Baltic region, these processes have not reached the Ukrainian scale; however, there are prerequisites for ethno-political conflicts of this type. The post-Crimean political debate in the Baltic states has shown that that hardliners of ...
Russians in Latvia: Peculiarities of Socio-cultural Adaptation and Identity
... since the middle 1990s, two trends have been recognized - first, the “ingrowing” of ethnic Russians into the life of independent Latvia, and second, forming their new identity. The article presents a number of factors hampering the integration of ethnic Russians into Latvian society. Variations and options of socio-cultural identity and integration (or assimilation) of the Russian population of Latvia are shown.
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The ethno-political discourse of regional identity in former Yugoslavia: The Bosnian syndrome
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A Critique of Latvian Integration
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Language means of creating an image of a Muslim woman in internet sports discourse
... a narrator who promotes the values of Western society, the hijab in sports discourse is a lingo-cultural marker of emancipation and overcoming gender asymmetry. For Muslim women athletes, the hijab becomes a means of demonstrating their cultural identity and a way to prove the value of their own ethnic and religious traditions.
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a Muslim woman, ethnic stereotype, linguo-cultural stereotypes, Internet sports discourse, the hijab
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The development of nationalist identities in the Baltics: The Latvian aspect
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Geography of European Migration
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Work-life balance during the Covid-19 outbreak: the case of Latvia
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Migration Flows in Europe: Space and Time Transformation
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