Prosocial cooperation as a factor of mitigating ethnic tension
This article presents the results of a study into the connection between the youth’s attitudes to migrants and prosocial cooperation competence, as well as the development experience and prosocial cooperation competence as a factor mitigating ethnic tension. It is shown that the development of prosocial cooperation competence is most efficient in the course of the activity (behavior) in the condition of its effectiveness.
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Social conflicts as seen by residents of Saint Petersburg: An empirical study
... with social tension in the Russian society. This tension becomes particularly pronounced during the time of economic, social, and political turbulence. The research aims to examine the existing threats and identify opportunities for reducing social tension. The article makes a practical contribution to the development of social policy and civil society. The author describes the attitudes of Saint Petersburg residents to various social conflicts. They believe that religious and ethnic conflicts are the most dangerous ones and consider ‘conflicts over property and status’ a minor threat. Residents, associating themselves with the middle class, are more inclined to stress the danger of religious conflicts compared to those ...
The political elite recruitment in the Baltic: the role of the ethnic factor
... Normality, Latvijas Universitātes Raksti, 663, sēj, Rīga.
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elites, ethnic groups, power, recruitment, Baltics
A Critique of Latvian Integration
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The ethno-political discourse of regional identity in former Yugoslavia: The Bosnian syndrome
... modern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The limitrophe ethnocentrism dominant in the regions of former Yugoslavia contributes to increased tension. It is assumed that all political problems of Bosnia and Herzegovina relate to the lack of a common identity, whereas ... ... The Balkan’s lethal nationalism // Foreign affairs. 1999. № 4.
Berendeev M., Dyushkova A.
regional identity, Balkans, ethnic policy, Yugoslav peoples, national origin, Bosnian conflict