Ethno-Socio-Cultural Conflict: New Reality of Modernity (the end)

DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2013-12-97-107

Abstract. The publication of the materials of the scientific and practical conference “Global crisis and its implications: aggravation of ethno-socio-cultural contradictions” (spring 2013) is continued. This issue is devoted to discussion of the specific features of ethno-socio-cultural conflicts’ manifestations in Russia. The following issues are regarded: 1) national specifics of ethno-socio-cultural conflicts’ manifestations; 2) status of social and industrial relations in the conditions of aggravation of ethno-socio-cultural conflict.

Keywords: ethno-socio-cultural conflict, crisis development, other culture emigration, social and labor relations, crisis of social state, Europe

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Ethno-Socio-Cultural Conflict: New Reality of Modernity (the end). World Eonomy and International Relations, 2013, no. 12, pp. 97-107.

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