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Vyunov Vladislav,Vadim Evseev

IDEAS OF SEPARATISM IN MODERN RUSSIAN SOCIETY AND SOCIAL FACTORS OF COUNTERACTION

UDC 343.325

Vyunov Vladislav

Bachelor of Plekhanov Russian

University of Economics Department of Political Science and Sociology

Russia, Moscow

e-mail: politsoc.kaf@rea.ru

Vadim Evseev

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor Department

of political science and sociology Russian University of

Economics. G. V. Plekhanov, supervisor of the FQW

Russia, Moscow

RISC-SPIN-code: 3997-1213

e-mail: manrus@mail.ru

Abstract. This article is written on the basis of research conducted within the framework of the final qualification work (FQW). The work is devoted to the study of separatism and the identification of social factors of its interaction. The paper provides a theoretical analysis of separatism, developed the tools of sociological research, carried out a regression analysis of the results, revealed the average index of separatism in Russia. The main social factors that are a platform for the emergence of ideas of separatism are identified. The research method. A sociological survey was chosen as the research method, the semantics of the questions contained the basic concepts related to separatism and the selected categories of sociology. Results. Based on the empirical data obtained during the survey, regression equations were obtained between the indicators of separatism and socio-economic and demographic factors. Conclusions. Recommendations were formulated for the settlement of separatist sentiments in Russia.

Keywords: separatism, social stratification, social conflict, marginality, social group, opposition to separatism, regression equations.

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