The Influence of Global Processes on Ethnocultural Identity in Modern Measurement


  • N. І. Glebova Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University


globalization, ethno-cultural identity, ethnic processes


Globalization as a complex of economical, political, technological and cultural processes is analyzed in the article. Their impact on the main types of vital activity of the society, establishment of connections between people, universal and total, especially interaction with certain locality are observed.


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Theory and history of sociology