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Publications of Koptseva Natalia Petrovna
Sociodynamics, 2016-2
Koptseva N.P., Soshina G.S., Shestopalova D.S. - Local study of the causes of work migration in Krasnoyarsk (October-November 2015) pp. 98-105

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10.7256/2409-7144.2016.2.17643

Abstract: The subject of this research is the work migration and ethnic mobility on the example of Krasnoyarsk Krai. This work is focused on one of the two major industrial cities, as well as main zones of localization of work migrants of the region – Krasnoyarsk. Work migrants from various countries, such as Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, were involved into the empirical research. Besides the countries of the post-Soviet space, the authors also analyzed the social situations of such countries as China, Germany, and Turkey. The main method used in the research is survey, i.e. quantitative method. The migrants have different opinions about the attitude of the local population towards them, but no open antipathy was mentioned. Usually the migrants do not come by themselves, it is much easier for a small group to get socialized in a different cultural environment, thus the acculturative stress is less intensive. The article presents the results of a global study of the causes and relevant circumstances of labor migration in the city of Krasnoyarsk. The study was conducted in October and November 2015. The main method of research - questionnaires. As a theoretical base of research concepts were "acculturation," "inculturation," "akkulturatsionny shock" developed the concept of well-known Canadian and American sociologist John Berry. Based on the theory of John. Berry and empirical research conclusions about the specifics of the migration processes in the city of Krasnoyarsk.
National Security, 2016-1
Koptseva N.P., Kolesnik M.A. - Creating a positive cultural identity as a factor of national security of Modern Russia. The results of the association experiment with associates

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10.7256/2454-0668.2016.1.15295

Abstract: Subject of research - the cultural and psychological factors of the national security of modern Russia. Creating a positive cultural identity, national and civic identity in the Russian state will demand special practices of political management. The authors suggest that effective management practices that contribute to the design of the all-Russian national identity in a positive aspect, should be based on scientific studies, expert-analytical monitoring of the processes taking place in the collective consciousness and the collective unconscious of important social groups. In this paper, as a representative of a social group serves students. The main method of research is associative experiment by the method of A. Nazarov and R. Sokolov "Series of thematic associations." The study used a critical analysis of the existing scientific literature, as well as interpretation of the association experiment. The results of the association experiment show that the idea of ​​ "the Russian" the current youth of Siberian Federal University, is ambiguous, fractional, lacks integrity. This is evidenced by a wide variety of associations and received a small number of words that were mentioned in the questionnaire several times. It should be noted that th "The Russian" is perceived by respondents are mainly in a positive way.
Urban Studies, 2015-2
Koptseva N.P., Sertakova E.A. - The sum of methods of modern urban anthropology pp. 40-53

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10.7256/2310-8673.2015.2.16354

Abstract: The subject of this article are the capabilities of urbanistic anthropology in terms of modern cultural studies. This article considers the problem of effective methodology of contemporary urban studies. Currently, to obtain reliable results in scientific research, it is not enough to use just one method or follow the principles of only one scientific discipline. The most reliable results in urban studies can be obtained by using specific methodological strategies. Methodological strategy of urban anthropology is the specific combination of theoretical and applied research methods. Based on the concepts of city A. Lefebvre the authors developed an integrative methodological strategy for the study of urban space. The modern city is a complex space of social communication. Various objects of city are representative of complex symbolic structures. The content of the symbols of the city can be analyzed through the analysis of representatives, including architectural monuments.
Philosophy and Culture, 2015-1
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10.7256/2454-0757.2015.1.10695

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Philosophy and Culture, 2014-12
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10.7256/2454-0757.2014.12.13052

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Sociodynamics, 2014-6
Koptseva N.P. - The Influence of Modern Cultural Practices on Ethnic Identity of Indigenous Small Ethnic Communities of the Central Siberia pp. 1-27

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10.7256/2306-0158.2014.6.12201

Abstract: The subject under review is the indigenous small communities of the Central Siberia living in 12 regions of Siberian Federal District. The author is talking about 18 unique ethnic and cultural groups that are exposed to severe risks under the conditions of the secondary large-scale industrial development in the Arctic Region and Siberia. Modern practices which are carried out by various social subjects for preservation and development of unique social and cultural institutes of the indigenous small people, also are investigated concerning their efficiency or insignificance for preservation of social institutes of indigenous people of the Central Siberia. The methodology of research represents integration of theoretical and applied methods, including extensive field researches in places of compact accommodation of the indigenous small people of Krasnoyarsk Krai, the Republic of Tuva, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). Field researches took place in 2010-2013. scientists of the Siberian federal university, Krasnoyarsk state pedagogical university of V.P. Astafyev and other universities. Scientific novelty of research is connected with its complex character. Processing of results of field researches is combined with interpretation of a statistical material, expert data, focus groups, quantitative sociological researches. The assessment is given to Post-Soviet practicians of preservation of traditional social institutes of the indigenous small people of the Central Siberia. The assumption that it is impossible to consider indigenous people of the North and Siberia as uniform ethnosocial group is made. Social and cultural processes in various ethnic groups of indigenous people considerably differ from each other.
National Security, 2014-5
Koptseva N.P., Reznikova K.V. -

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10.7256/2454-0668.2014.5.13336

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Sociodynamics, 2014-4
Koptseva N.P. - Some Strategies for the Development of Contemporary Russian State in Terms of the 'National Issue' pp. 1-14

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10.7256/2306-0158.2014.4.11458

Abstract: The subject of research is the intellectual strategy (models) of formation of modern political mechanisms, including effectively functioning state adequate to calls of the Russian society in the XXI century. "Ethnic question", it "a political body" becomes the leader of the actual research agenda. The analysis of some aspects of strategy of the state construction in Russia where society has difficult polietnichny and polyconfessional character is offered. In article some concepts connected with ethnic and national characteristics of modern collective identichnost are specified, the assumption of the most effective integrative strategy of registration of modern Russian statehood becomes. This research has teoretiko-conceptual character. Some provisions of the modern ethnic theory in the context of actual political processes are specified. In this regard acts as the main methodology groups of the theoretical scientific methods connected with the analysis of empirical data, concrete historical events, the political principles, philosophical and political concepts. The method of allocation of ideal types of Max Weber allowing to create intellectual models explanations for understanding of concrete social processes is represented to the most effective. The conceptual and categorial analysis, including, specification of the concepts "ethnicity", "ethnos", "ethnic identity", "nationality", "nation" and some other is of great importance. In work the historical method allowing to be guided by the concepts and theories created during a certain historical period was also used. Scientific novelty of work is connected with the theoretical aspects of construction of the national Russian state connected with events of  "the Russian spring" in Ukraine. Classification of basic strategy of modern state construction is offered, some reveal strong and weaknesses of the existing concepts. Integrative strategy is offered and the task of theoretical modeling new the practician of the state construction of Russia is set.
Philosophical Thought, 2014-3
Koptseva N.P. - Some Concepts of Social Ideals of Russian Philosophy During the Silver Age pp. 47-59

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10.7256/2306-0174.2014.3.11325

Abstract: Object of research - possibilities of the Russian philosophy of the Silver age for designing of the modern Russian metaphysical project. Categories and terms in which social ideals of the Russian philosophy are shown are analyzed. For the analysis concepts of solidarity, the substantive figure are chosen. The concept "solidarity" is connected in Russian of philosophy with ideas of socialism, it is developed in that branch of the Russian philosophy which goes from A.I. Herzen, M. A. Bakunin. At the end of the XIX century the western philosophical terms underwent big change in the Russian intellectual environment. They were filled with the contents connected with moral values which in the Russian religious philosophy have absolute character. It is represented that such new concepts were developed by S. N. Bulgakov and N. O. Lossky. In the context of the metaphysical project of Russia N. O. Lossky's concept "the substantive figure" attracts attention. As the main method of research the categorial and conceptual analysis of philosophical texts Russian of thinkers of XIX - the first third of the XX centuries acts. The method of allocation of concepts, the conceptual analysis is used. Elements of the methodological strategy connected with allocation of ideal types are applied (according to M. Weber). It is represented that the term "substantive figure" can be used for modeling "we - identity" the Russian nation. On the one hand, this term doesn't bear the impress of any old ideology (neither class, nor chauvinistic). On the other hand, the community of substantive figures who have special general aspirations and special forms of creative activity, is the concept building positive Russian collective identity. Various forms of communication among themselves of substantive figures are various interethnic and interfaith communications which form the uniform Russian nation. By means of a concept "the substantive figure" it is possible to speak about unity of the subject and object of knowledge as the knowledge in that case is each process of communication the substatsnialnykh of figures. All uniform Space is included in processes of knowledge and self-knowledge through creative cooperation of the substantive figures (from atom to the Universe, from the person as difficult organism to planetary mankind).Thus, the metaphysical project of Russia, set of its ideals it has to be shown in language and by means of the concepts developed in the Russian philosophy of the Silver age. Not up to the end opened potential of the Russian philosophy will allow to show various conceptual installations. Its rich conceptual framework promotes system registration of our metaphysical project and its presentation outside.
Litera, 2014-2
Koptseva N.P. - On the Question about Means of Representation of the Ideological Space of Renaissance in Dante Alighieri's Vita Nyova pp. 66-77

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10.7256/2409-8698.2014.2.13261

Abstract: Object of research - the work of the great master Dante Alighieri of Vita Nyova, the first work of the poet having difficult genre accessory. In the text of Vita Nyova of Dante Alighieri are combined outlook of "the medieval person" and "person Renessans". The main objective of research consisted in pointing to some concrete forms of this combination in Vita Nyova. The philosophy of Love of Dante Alighieri is built as an indissoluble combination of poetry and philosophy, as transformation of human love in immortal divine love. In the Vita Nyova center of Dante Alighieri - transformation of abstract and theological theses about immortality of soul alive and an ekstazny form of transformation of the mortal person in immortal. The main method of research - germenevtichesky procedures in relation to Vita Nyova. Identification of symbolical complexes which contain in the text of Vita Nyova. Scientific novelty of research is connected with the instruction on concrete features of a genre, images, citings, the plots stated in Vita Nyova of Dante Alighieri and pointing to transition from medieval outlook to Renessans's outlook. The concept "Renaissance" is considered not only as "Revival of the Antique cult of the sensual world", but also as "Revival of human soul", search of ways of finding by human soul of real divine immortality. The master Renessans was looked for and found the forms for new ways of revival and release of human soul in line with Christian tradition.
Sociodynamics, 2014-1
Koptseva N.P. - On the Question about Conceptual Grounds of Construction of the Russian National State pp. 1-14

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10.7256/2306-0158.2014.1.10928

Abstract: The author of the article discusses the theoretical aspects of construction of the Russian national state inluding social constructionism, primordialism, ethnicity theory, theories of ethnic identification and self-identification, cultural identification and self-identification. The author also touches upon the process of transformation of the ethnic cultural identity into the national identity; special features of the process of secondary modernization in modern Russian state and Russian society; the theory of artificial construction of nation by the means of political and ideological mechanisms that were used by the national elites during the period of transition from the traditional society to the Art Nouveau society; the main forms of nationalism during the period of transitio from the agrarian society to the industrial society. The author uses such methods as the conceptual analysis, determination of the ideal types of the social structure, analysis of the basic concepts 'ethnicity' and 'nation' and validation of the aforesaid theories based on the Russian realities. The author defines effective mechanisms of transformation of the ethnic cultural identity into the national identity. The author shows that construction of the national state is the process of social (artificial) construction of nation which differs this process from the 'natural' formation of ethnicity in a traditional society. Construction of the national state happens after creation of nationalism. There are several models of the latter. The main models were described by Ernest Gellner as Ruritania and Megalomania. The author concludes that the modern Russian state has the danger of developing the doctrine of nationalism in the form of Megalomania by peripheral national (ethnically monolithic) elites. 
SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2014-1
Koptseva N.P., . -

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10.7256/1339-3057.2014.1.10942

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Philology: scientific researches, 2014-1
Koptseva N.P., . -

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10.7256/2454-0749.2014.1.10946

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Man and Culture, 2014-1
Koptseva N.P. - Modern Cultural Practices to Preserve Ethnic Identity of Northern, Siberian and Far Eastern Indigenous Peoples in the Republic of Buryatia pp. 17-30

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10.7256/2306-1618.2014.1.10989

Abstract: Object of research is to study processes of ethnic and cultural identification and self-identification, the characteristic North for indigenous people and Siberia, living in the Republic of Buryatia. The problem of research specific Post-Soviet the practician of preservation of a unique cultural heritage of the indigenous small people is put. Legal mechanisms, information cultural practicians, art cultural practicians are considered. It is suggested that modern practicians of preservation of ethnocultural identity of indigenous people of the North and Siberia are genetically connected with the Soviet cultural policy. Still key role belongs to state regulation which is carried out not so much by means of law-making, how many by means of activity of executive bodies of the power in subjects of the Russian Federation. The main method - field researches in places of compact accommodation of the indigenous small people of the North, Siberia and the Far East under the leadership of the author in 2010-2013. As important methods poll and questioning, processing of results of questioning, focus group, expert interviews act. As a result of the conducted research the following conclusions, the contents elements of scientific novelty were drawn:1 . In the Republic of Buryatia of a measure of the state support of ethnocultural identichnost of the indigenous small people by means of legal mechanisms carry "secondary" character in relation to the federal legislation. The republic has no own unique regional legislation connected with preservation of a unique cultural heritage of indigenous people, measures of the state support of the native languages of these people. However this situation means that support of processes of ethnocultural identity of the indigenous small people in this subject of the Russian Federation is carried out by means of other mechanisms, which, probably, not especially нуждают in special legal guarantees.2 . For a state policy on support of ethnocultural identity of the indigenous small people in the Republic of Buryatia the specific Post-Soviet practicians connected by are characteristic that the executive body of the government – the Ministry of Culture – assumes the organization, coordinating, the budgetary financing of a number of the actions which sources of carrying out root in the Soviet cultural policy. These are calendar national holidays, support of national creativity, amateur performances. It is difficult to tell what would be processes of ethnocultural identity without these active actions of the state. It is possible to assume that assimilation processes which are fixed by demographers, would be much more intensive, than now.3 . The state language policy in the Republic of Buryatia in relation to the native languages of indigenous people is also connected not with law-making, and with support existing pedagogical and information the practician on teaching of the native languages at schools, and also on functioning of information resources in the Evenki language. The Soyot language is in more difficult situation, than Evenki. It is obvious that the cultural heritage of Soyots needs more intensive state protection, than now.
Sociodynamics, 2013-12
Koptseva N.P. - On the Question About Preservation and Reproduction of Cultural Traditions of Indigenous Small Ethnic Communities in the North, Siberia and Far East of the Siberian Federal Region pp. 1-16

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10.7256/2306-0158.2013.12.1076

Abstract: Indigenous small ethnic communities of the North, Siberia and Far East live in the constituents of the Russian Federation forming part of the Siberian Federal District. The author discusses state cultural policy in the sphere of preservation and development of the unique ethnic culture of indigenous small communities in the North, Siberia and Far East. She also touches upon activities performed by the executive authorities of the Russian Federation constituents forming the Siberian Federal District that are aimed at preservation and translation of the unique ethnic culture of small ethnic communities. In her research the author used such methods as the conceptual analysis, field researches, analysis of modern Russian and foreign scientific literature, modeling, focus group and interviews with experts. She also analyzes the current status of indigenous small ethnic communities of the North, Siberia and Far East. The author defines the main tendencies of state cultural policy aimed at preservation and translation of the unique ethnic culture and offers new ways to preserve and translate the unique ethnic culture. These ways deal with gifted children and adaptation of the younger generation to the educational urban environment. 
Philosophy and Culture, 2013-11
Koptseva N.P. -

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10.7256/2454-0757.2013.11.9619

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Philosophy and Culture, 2013-7
Koptseva N.P., ., . -

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10.7256/2454-0757.2013.7.6862

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Philosophy and Culture, 2013-3
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10.7256/2454-0757.2013.3.7525

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Philosophy and Culture, 2012-11
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Philosophy and Culture, 2012-2
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