Identity communities and integration attitudes sitisents of Buryatia

The relevance of the study of identification communities in the regions of Russia is due to the strengthening of the processes of ethno-national, socio-cultural, territorial identifications of the population against the background of the formation of the general civil identity of Russians. In empirical sociological studies conducted on the territory of the Russian Federation, the problems and contradictions in the relationship between Russian and regional identities are presented. At the same time, as the corpus of works devoted to this topic shows, the entire spectrum of identities of the population of a particular region is insufficiently covered. The purpose of the publication: to reveal the relationship and the dominant role of one or another type of identity of the inhabitants of the Republic of Buryatia in changing conditions, to describe the factors affecting the type of identity, depending on the ethno-national status, professional and territorial affiliation. The research methodology is based on institutional and comparative approaches. Based on the conducted in 2018-2019. empirical research "Interethnic consent in the Republic of Buryatia in the changing socio-economic conditions" studied 900 respondents in Ulan-Ude and regions of the republic. The object of the study was age groups from 19 to 60 years old and older. The methods of mass survey (questioning) and expert survey (24 in-depth interviews) were used. The participants in the expert survey were educators, non-profit organizations, researchers, heads of centers of national cultures. The novelty of the research lies in the disclosure of the specifics of the regional identity of various generational groups. The research results will allow federal and regional authorities to regulate interethnic processes and form a consistently positive territorial identity of the residents of the Republic of Buryatia



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