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The construction of the all-Russian identity in the context of interethnic and interreligious interaction: Monograph



The construction of the all-Russian identity in the context of interethnic and interreligious interaction: Monograph / resp. ed. Y.G. Volkov. Rostov on/D: Fund for Science and Education, 2016. - 244 p.
ISBN 978-5-9909302-9-2
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Abstract

The monograph reveals theoretical and methodological issues related to the study of the all-Russian identity, proposes a multidimensional construct of its interdisciplinary scientific research, in which all-Russian identity is viewed as an incomplete project that actualizes the problem of constructing an integration identity based on the attachment of the multinational people of the Russian Federation (Russian nation). The specifics of the institutional practices of designing an all-Russian identity in the South of Russia are shown and the results of a pilot sociological study of the identity structure of the youth of the Rostov region and the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic are presented. The monograph is intended for specialists in the comparative study of interethnic interactions in the era of globalization. The monograph reveals theoretical and methodological issues related to the study of the all-Russian identity, proposes a multidimensional construct of its inter disciplinary scientific research, in which all-Russianidentity is viewed as an incomplete project that actualizes the problem of constructing an integration identity basedon the attachment of the multinational people of the Russian Federation (Russian nation). The specifics of the institutional practices of designing an all-Russian identity in the South of Russia are shown and the results of a pilot sociological study of the identity structure of the youth of the Rostov region and the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic are presented.The monograph is intended for specialists in the comparative study of interethnic interactions in the era of globalization.

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