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THE ROLE OF MONEY IN SELF-IDENTIFICATION SOCIAL AND TERRITORIAL COMMUNITIES
The image of each territorial community is formed on the basis of many components, including the state of socio-economic relations and the structure of monetary circulation. Money, as we know, is part of the financial system of society, contributes to the development of exchange operations and carries a part of the external attributes of the territories within which they operate. In the article, the role of money as an important structural element of self-identification of communities isdoi:10.35211/2500-2635-2020-3-43-14-19 fatcat:gna3sa7y25g6nmmmdir6rir3iq