Geopolitics and patriotic education
Sheglova D.V. National image: stereotypes and positions in the example of Russia 7
Volkova T.A. Tourism infrastructure: a study of the Krasnodar Territory 12
Hainickaya E.A. The role of the Cossacks in the development of Christianity in the Jewish Autonomous Region 20
Veselov V.I. Rusyn movement in the Carpathian region of Ukraine 27
Ryabova E.L. Cossacks in the XVII - XVIII centuries. Part 2. 37
Culture of the Cossacks and the national language
Erokhin I.U. Features of ethno-social face of Kuban Cossacks 45
Devyatkina G.N. Cultural preferences youth of the modern city 51
Golovko U.M. State Youth Policy of Russia 57
Titova E.V. Labour migration and adaptation resources 67
Ethnoeconomics in the system of sustainable development of Russian regions: problems of legal provision Legal regulation of public-private partnerships in the global economy 77, 79
Ataman Ivan Mironov's Report at the Press Conference 80
Day of knowledge at Razumovsky MGUTU 86
Abstracts 88
Authors 92



Sheglova D.V.

National image: stereotypes and positions in the example of Russia

Nation-states continue to play a major role in a current world order, which makes a research of the «national image» relevant. The article focused on the deconstruction of the national image components – evidence from Russia. Author tries to reinvent the concept of stereotypes and negative identity.
Keywords: Russian national image, reproduction of nationalism, national identity, negative identity, national character, stereotypes.


Volkova T.A.

Tourism infrastructure: a study of the Krasnodar Territory

The article provides an overview of changes in the approaches of different national scientists to the definition of «tourism infrastructure». Given position as a well-known economists and scientists to directly study the issues of tourism and recreation, as well analyzes the legislation. Correlation of the concepts of the tourism industry and tourism infrastructure. The transformation of the views in the science of tourism on the constituent elements of tourism infrastructure. In view of the studied definitions offered its interpretation of the notion of «tourist infrastructure». The scheme, most accurately reflects the author’s view of territorial structure of the tourist infrastructure, which includes eleven elements, combined into four groups. The author considers it appropriate inclusion in the territorial structure of tourist infrastructure objects of tourist interest, as they are the basis for the functioning of the tourism industry.
Keywords: tourism, infrastructure, tourism infrastructure, tourism and recreation industry, tourist and recreational complex.


Hainickaya E.A.

The role of the Cossacks in the development of Christianity in the Jewish Autonomous Region

The article is concerned with a historical overview of the basic steps of formation of Orthodoxy in the territory of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast. It is spoken about the role of the Cossacks and the Metropolitan Innocent in the formation of the Orthodox faith in the Amur region and the state church activities at the beginning of the XX century.
Keywords: Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Orthodoxy, Cossacks, St. Innocent, Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna, the priest Gabriel Benjamin.


Veselov V.I.

Rusyn movement in the Carpathian region of Ukraine

The article is devoted to the functioning of rusyn organizations of Transcarpathian region 1998-2001. During the period the last attempt to restore authority of Society of Carpatian rusyns failed, and rusyn movement began to search new formats of organization. Also it was the time of preparation to the Ukrainian census of 2001 that was to show national structure of the population of Transcarpatia region.
Keywords: Rusyns, Transcarpathian region, Ukraine, ethnicity, history of the Ukraine.


Erokhin I.U.

Features of ethno-social face of Kuban Cossacks

The article discusses the unique and ethnicity distinctiveness of Kuban region as an original «melting pot» where from a variety of Cossack subethnoses and Cossack groups were formed a new type of Cossack is Cossack of Kuban Cossack Army. The article also talk about the practice of Cossack independent state building as the important feature and function, characteristic of ethnicity, polymorphic of Cossack communities.
Keywords: Cossacks, ethnos, nation, estate, Russia, Ukraine, science, history, law, state, society, traditions, culture, development, territories, policy, government.


Devyatkina G.N.

Cultural preferences youth of the modern city

The article examines the historical progress of Russian singing culture formation, understanding of which is necessary for rethinking and development of modern choral art. To understand the developments in the singing culture in Russia it is necessary to analyze the stages of its emergence and development, primarily in the field of Church music, which is the source of its inception.
Keywords: young city, the cultural preferences of young people, spirituality and morality, the content and form of cultural development of urban youth.


Golovko U.M.

State Youth Policy of Russia

Youth recruitment and development of related social systems, Bezus-conventionally included in the institutional framework of civil society, these modern Ros. Youth leaders have an opportunity to shape the quality agenda of political and social subsystems of society. Accordingly, the state mo-youth policies prepare elite youth to socialize within the set-vectors civic virtue.
This article will demonstrate the basic directions in building Posi tive politico-administrative relations “top - down” and “bottom - up” in relation shenii-policy actors: the state and youth. Youth Elite appears here as an institutionalized element of an emerging civil society of the Russian Federation.
Keywords: civil society, civic virtue, youth policy, social institutions, youth leaders, non-profit organizations, youth initiatives.


Titova E.V.

Labour migration and adaptation resources

In this article considers some of the problems of ethno-cultural adaptation and adaptation of working migrants in the receiving environment, on the example of the Jewish Autonomous Region in the late XX – early XXI centuries.
The article presents some aspects of empirical studies of migrant workers ethno-cultural adaptation, conducted in the territory of Jewish Autonomous Region. Labour migration has contributed to the integration of Russia into the international labour market, therefore, it is necessary to adjust the adaptation mechanisms to a different receiving environment, in order to harmonize interethnic relations and in this way improve economic potential of the region and the country.
Keywords: labour migrants, ethno-cultural adaptation, inter-ethnic relations, ethno-cultural environment, Jewish Autonomous Region, inter-ethnic conflicts, diaspora communities, ethnic identity.



Boltenkova L.F., Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor of the Institute of Public Service and Administration of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Devyatkina G.N., Head of the department «Chorus of Boys» of the Municipal budgetary educational institution of additional education for children, children›s music school № 4, Togliatti.
Erokhin I.U., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Senior Researcher, Croydon College, London, Great Britain.
Golovko U.M., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Doctoral student of national and federal relations of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Hainickaya E.A., Postraduate student of the FGBOU VPO “Sholom-Aleichem Priamursk State University”, Assistant Department of History and Archival.
Mironov I.K., Cossack general, ataman of the Cossack army organization «Central Cossack Host».
Ryabova E.I., Candidate of Political Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of theoretical and public law courses, Institute of Economics and Law (affiliate) educational institutions of higher education unions «Academy of Labor and Social Relations» in Sevastopol.
Ryabova E.L., Doctor of political sciences, Professor, Chief Editor of “Etnosotsium” international publishing house.
Sheglova D.V., Postgraduate student of the Faculty of Philosophy, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Titova E.V., Postgraduate student of the faculty of Philology, history and journalism, of the Priamyrsk State University of Sholom-Aleikhema.
Veselov V.I., Post-graduate student of the Department of History of the CIS countries at the Faculty of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Volkova T.A., Candidate of Geographical Sciences, Associate Professor, Kuban State University, Krasnodar region, Krasnodar.