Multiculturalism and intercultural relations: Comparative analysis

Multiculturalism and intercultural relations: Comparative analysis

  • Attitude as labor migrants’ social-psychological adaptation factor (Labor migrants from Uzbekistan taken as examples).
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  • Examining the public’s exposure to reports about ethnic groups in mainstream Russian media.
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  • On analyzing the results of empirical research into the life-purpose orientations of adults of various ethnic identities and religious affiliati.
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  • Readiness for interaction with inoethnic subjects of education and ethnic worldview.
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  • Ethnopsychological aspects of the meaning-of-life and value orientations of Armenian and Russian students.
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  • Ethnoreligious attitudes of contemporary Russian students toward labor migrants as a social group.
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  • Assimilation or integration: Similarities and differences between acculturation attitudes of migrants from Central Asia and Russians in Central Russia.
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  • The representation of love among Brazilians, Russians and Central Africans: A comparative analysis.
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    3339
  • Ethno-confessional identity and complimentarity in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
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    2313
  • Intercultural relations in Kabardino-Balkaria: Does integration always lead to subjective well-being?
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    2992
  • Intercultural relations in Russia and Latvia: the relationship between contact and cultural security.
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    3350
  • Is multiculturalism in Russia possible? Intercultural relations in North Ossetia-Alania.
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  • Comparative analysis of Canadian multiculturalism policy and the multiculturalism policies of other countries.
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