Self-Consciousness Issues in Modern Society. Changes in Public Life and Its Impact on the Social Self-Conscience. The Self-Consciousness Issue in Multicultural Society

Lyazzat Ilimkhanova, Mukhan Perlenbetov, Mergenbai Kurganbekov, Meruert Assylkhanova, Saltanat Tazhbayeva, Sanim Kozhayeva, Gulbanu Saduakas, Darazha Issabayeva

Abstract


In the course of its XXth century development, the Russian society came to know opposite trends in terms of the political, ideological, social and economic transformation stages. This is the result of transition from the social and economic identification to the ethno-social one. The numerous researches performed showed that identifying the reasons of these aspects would be possible after a more detailed examination of principles referring to the investigation of both national and general self-consciousness of the Russian society individuals. The result of the investigation is the evaluation of the Russian society general self-consciousness and the problem of its transformation under the influence of the Russian state policy changes. The purpose of this process is identifying solutions to current problems and minimizing risks of the self-consciousness instability and personal identity conflict.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n20p2574


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