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Interethnic Relations and Migration Processes on the Regional Level: Current Issues and Trends
1 The article discusses the issues and trends of interethnic relations on the regional level. We suppose that migration processes have a direct influence upon them. Our hypothesis is that interethnic relations between the communities that traditionally reside in a specific region are fundamentally different from those established by recent migrants. For the former, the role of ethnicity is less important while the priority is given to the civil identity, which leads to the formation ofdoi:10.15826/recon.2016.2.3.031 fatcat:mybw4i23hrc5rd64pg4eltsxxy