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New Trends in Formatting Policy of Civil Identity in Russia after 2014: the Cases of Military-Patriotic and Youth Organizations

Student: Ivan Tatarkin

Supervisor: Andrey N. Scherbak

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

In modern Russia, there is a problem of national identity, especially given the fact that now is the time of the tense international situation. In such a situation, young people are one of the priority groups, as they are the future development of the state. This work is aimed at considering new trends in the policy of formation of civic identity in Russia after the annexation of the Crimea. The research presents the history of the development of ideas about national identity, starting from the Russian Empire, the first half of the 19th century and ending with modern Russia. Also in this research studies military-Patriotic movement «Yunarmy» created by 2016 as a channel of building a national identity.

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