Ценностные ориентации российской молодежи в моделях взаимодействия государства и гражданского общества

Translated title of the contribution: VALUE ORIENTATIONS OF RUSSIAN YOUTH IN INTERACTION MODELS BETWEEN THE STATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY

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Abstract

In the context of the formation of civil society in modern Russia with the traditionally significant role of the state, the problem of studying the inclusion of young people in a particular model of the relationship between these two institutions is of particular relevance. This choice will determine a certain type of political system in Russia in the future. The purpose of the study is to identify empirically groups of young people who are determined by the direction of value orientations in public life and their involvement in various models of interaction between the state and civil society. The empirical basis of the study was a project conducted in 2019 by Saint Petersburg State University and Altai State University to study the political consciousness of Russian youth. As a result of using multidimensional methods of analysis, the connection between the involvement of the “citizen-state” models and the types of value orientations of Russian youth is revealed. Four groups of young people were obtained, stratified by value orientations, the specifics of relations between the state and citizens of our country, and the choice of the preferred type of state to live in.
Translated title of the contributionVALUE ORIENTATIONS OF RUSSIAN YOUTH IN INTERACTION MODELS BETWEEN THE STATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)107-117
JournalВЕСТНИК РОССИЙСКОГО УНИВЕРСИТЕТА ДРУЖБЫ НАРОДОВ. СЕРИЯ: ПОЛИТОЛОГИЯ
Volume23
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2021

Keywords

  • youth
  • VALUE ORIENTATIONS
  • models of interaction between civil society and the state

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