An ethnic history of Russia : pre-revolutionary times to the present

Tatiana Mastyugina and Lev Perepelkin ; edited by Vitaly Naumkin and Irina Zviagelskaia

From its beginnings Russia has been a polyethnic society, and so has a long history of dealing with ethnic problems. From its imperial stage through the Soviet years it has experienced the pressures of ethnic assimilation and ethnic nationalism. In recent years, political liberalization and economic turmoil have released pent-up nationalistic and separatist feelings which had lain dormant through the Communist regimes. This study presents an ethnic history of Russia, placing present-day turmoil in the context of Russian history. The authors analyze inter-ethnic relations in Russia and provide a detailed description of the key ethnic groups. They also look at the evolution of ethnic structure and the current ethnopolitical movements in different regions of Russia. Consequently, the study points the way to future inter-ethnic relations in Russia and, indeed, the future of the Russian Federation.

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  • Introduction - Theoretical Premises of the Work
  • Ethnoses of Prerevolutionary Russia
  • Evolution of Russia's Federative Structure
  • Main Classifications of Russia's Nationalities
  • The Main Demographic, Ethnocultural and Ethnosocial Processes in Russia in the Years of Soviet Power
  • The Main National-Political and Socioeconomic Problems of Russia at the Present Stage
  • Conclusion.

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書名 An ethnic history of Russia : pre-revolutionary times to the present
著作者等 Naumkin V.V.
Naumkin Vitaliĭ Vi︠a︡cheslavovich
Perepelkin Lev
Zviagelskaia Irina
Mastyugina Tatiana
シリーズ名 Contributions in ethnic studies
出版元 Greenwood Press
刊行年月 1996
ページ数 xiii, 244 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0313293155
NCID BA30662482
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国