Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences / 2018, Vol. 11, Issue 11

  1. The Theme of the Issue: Migrant Localities, Ethnicity and Social Design: Some Results of the Regular Conference “The Specificity of Ethnic Migration Processes in Central Siberia in the 20th–21st Centuries: Experience and Prospects” (Krasnoyarsk, Siberian Federal University)
    p. 1732-1740; Dyatlov, Viktor I.; Koptseva, Natalia P.
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  2. Friendship Test: the “Chineseness” Drama in the Border City Conditions
    p. 1742-1761; Peshkov, Ivan
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  3. Restructuring of the Chineseness: Ethnic Marking of City Spaces in the Light of Migration from China
    p. 1762-1775; Grigorichev, Konstantin V.
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  4. The Stage That Does Not Exist: Irkutsk Open Market as a Dramaturgical Metaphor
    p. 1776-1791; Timoshkin, Dmitriy O.
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  5. International Students in Siberian Universities: Informal Practices of Status Commodification
    p. 1794-1804; Elokhina, Yulia V.
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  6. Chinese Migrants in the Construction Business of the Irkutsk Region: Formal and Informal Organization of Work
    p. 1805-1815; Voloshin, Andrej A.
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  7. WeChat as a Lifestyle: Social Network Tool of the Chinese Migrants in Russia
    p. 1816-1823; Koreshkova, Yuliya O.
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  8. The Shenekhen Buryat Diaspora in the Socio-Political Discussions of Modern Buryatia
    p. 1826-1844; Dyatlov, Victor I.; Baldano, Marina N.
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  9. Sociocultural Dynamics of the Ethnical Processes of the Evenks
    p. 1845-1871; Krivonogov, Victor P.; Ermilova, Elizaveta S.
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  10. The National Project in Contemporary Russia and the Dynamics of Interethnic Marriage as its Indicator (To the Issue of the Perspectives of the “All-Russian People” Commonality Formation)
    p. 1872-1895; Lourié, Svetlana V.
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  11. Discussions of the 1960–1970s on the Spatial and Economic Development of Siberia: Searching for a Balance between Heavy and Light Industries and Agriculture
    p. 1896-1910; Rezvanov, Rinat
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