Students’ Identity and life vital strategies in Russia
Academician of RAS, Dr. Sci. (Hist.), Prof., Research Supervisor, Institute of ethnology and anthropology, Russian academy of science, Moscow, Russia email@example.com
Cand. Sci. (Pol.), Senior researcher, Department of social and economic researches, Institute of sociology, Russian academy of science, Moscow, Russia firstname.lastname@example.org
Cand. Sci. (Hist.), Leading researcher, Center of ethnopolitical researches, Institute of ethnology and anthropology, Russian academy of science, Executive director, Network of ethnological monitoring of EAWARN, Moscow, Russia email@example.com
Article is devoted to studying of civil, ethnic and regional forms of identity, as well as value orientations and the vital strategies of modern student youth. Special attention is paid to studying of social orientations and potential of young citizens of Russia. Data on the interethnic relations among young people, an assessment of tolerance and intolerance, perception of migrants and migration are offered. An attempt is made to give characteristics of social well-being of the Russian students, opportunities for adaptation of young people in the conditions of a dynamic economic and social situation.
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