Everyday Ethnocultural Adaptation of Newly Arrived and Indigenous Populations in Yugra

Boris Tkachev, Igor Fedulov, Tatyana Moldanova, Tatyana Tkacheva, S. Cindori, O. Larouk, E.Yu. Malushko, L.N. Rebrina, N.L. Shamne
2018 SHS Web of Conferences  
This publication presents results of a study of everyday ethnocultural adaptation of newly arrived and indigenous populations in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug -Yugra. A survey has helped identify levels of frustration in newly arrived and indigenous populations. The authors have concluded that ethnocultural adaptation of newly arrived population is slow and patchy. The newly arrived population is more frustrated than the indigenous community is. To reduce the level of frustration, the newly
more » ... ved population needs to connect with ethnic customs and traditions of indigenous small numbered peoples of the North, understand how unique they are and ensure ethnic tolerance on both sides. SHS Web of Conferences 50, 01184 (2018)
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20185001184 fatcat:yfpvdkvtjzf2bmjxghi7m4mk4e