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Title
Authors
Measurements of the Russian identity: Sociological assessments and humanitarian expertise
Onosov A.A., Gasparishvili A.T.
SYNTHESIS OF ETHNIC AND CIVIL AS A BASIS FOR THE RUSSIAN IDENTITY
Gorshkov M.K., Tyurina I.O.
Correlation of national and ethnic identity of the youth (on the example of Saint Petersburg)
Sikevich Z.V., Skvortsov N.G.
Civil and ethnic identities as markers of inter-ethnic relations in the Russian border regions
Maximova S.G., Morkovkina A.G.
The concept of social identity: Basic research approaches
Podvoyskiy D.G., Soleimani S.
CULTURAL IDENTITY AND ADAPTATION OF ETHNIC MIGRANTS IN RUSSIA
Britvina I.B., Shumilova P.A.
Ethnization of the collective consciousness of Russians in the Moscow region: An expert assessment of the process
Onosov A.A., Gasparishvili A.T.
In search for identity in the contemporary society: Discontinuity, post-traditionalism, and individualism
Mamedov A.K., Yakushina O.I.
CULTURAL MODEL OF THE RUSSIAN IDENTITY: AXIOLOGY, SEMANTICS AND COMMUNICATIVE POTENTIAL
Onosov A.A., Gasparishvili A.T., Szafraniec K.
Life trajectory as a process of identity formation: The potential of narrative analysis
Pavlenko E.S.
Gender identity construction in virtual political communication: Discourse strategies and self-representation practices in social networks
Maximova O.B.
The identity of historical subject viewed as a social phenomenon
Shabaga А.V.
Indigenous peoples in the context of cultural continuity
Kuropjatnik M.S.
Identity and culture in the contexts of immigration
Kuropjatnik A.I.
Identity, non-governmental organizations, and religion in the European integration
Mudrov S.A.
Terrorism as a slap in the face of the civilized world
Šubrt I., Černý K.
THE OPPOSITION ‘WEST/NON-WEST’ IN THE SOCIAL THOUGHT: PRO ET CONTRA
Radkevich K.V., Shabaga A.V.
The dynamics of female self-identification conceptions: from modernism to postmodernist feminism
Agafonova Е.Е.
Ethnic identity in a globalizing world (on the example of the Republic of Chad youth)
Bronzino L.Y., Adama Abdul -.
HISTORICAL MEMORY AS A SOCIAL-CULTURAL PHENOMENON: AN ATTEMPT OF SOCIOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION
Myslivets N.L., Romanov O.A.
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