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Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences

, Volume 82, Issue 6, pp 407–413 | Cite as

Ethnosocial processes and ethnosocial policy

  • Yu. V. Popkov
Science and Society

Abstract

The results of theoretical and empirical ethnosociological studies conducted in different Siberian regions, East Kazakhstan, and Mongolia are generalized. Problems of ethnicity under globalization; value dominants of mass consciousness; trends in the ethnosocial development of Siberian peoples; and problems of Russia’s modern state national policy, particularly with regard to indigenous peoples of the North, are discussed.

Keywords

Indigenous People Ethnic Identity Siberian Region Traditional Lifestyle Siberian Federal District 
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