SELF-IDENTIFICATION OF THE RURAL POPULATION OF THE BORDER REGION (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE JEWISH AUTONOMOUS REGION)
The article presents the results of a sociological study that examined the issues of self-identification of rural residents of the Jewish Autonomous region. It was revealed that a significant part of the respondents (49%) do no. identify themselves with the residents of the region, but consider themselves primarily residents of Russia. On the one hand, this indicates a high level of patriotism for the Motherland, but it may indicate migration sentiments, since a Russian can live in any region of his country. For 30% of the surveyed population, the border situation does no. cause concern or a positive attitude.
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