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СОЦІАЛЬНА ДИСТАНЦІЯ, ЕТНІЧНІ УСТАНОВКИ ТА НАЦІОНАЛЬНА ТОЛЕРАНТНІСТЬ В УКРАЇНІ

Social distance, ethnic installation and national tolerance in Ukraine

Autor:

Паніна Наталія Вікторівна (Natalia Panina), Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, i-soc@i-soc.org.ua

ISSN: 1335-3608

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Abstract

The article presents the main results of the monitoring survey  (1992-2003) on inter-ethnic orientations of Ukrainian population  measured according to the social distance scale by Bogardus adapted by  the article author in 1990 in Ukraine. The obtained data made it  possible to reveal a number of phenomena (‘over-carefulness’,  ‘Eastern-Slavonic isolationism’, ‘stronger immigration  control’,  ‘higher jump’, ‘unanimous isolation’) and paradoxes of the mass  inter-ethnic self-consciousness of population (paradox of the ‘national  (civic) identification’, the ‘positive attitude’ paradox). New results  confirmed the growing orientations (in the mass consciousness) to the  more ethnic distance which promote development of the national and  governmental isolation.

Bibliographic information

PANINA, Natalia. Social distance, ethnic installation and national tolerance in Ukraine. Individual and Society, 2004, Vol. 7, No. 2.

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