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Socio-Cultural and Political-Legal Aspects of Adaptation of Caucasian Muslims in Modern Europe (Problem Definition)
Babich Irina Leonidovna

Doctor of History

Chief Scientific Associate, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

119334, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Leninskii Prospekt, 32a

irina@babich1.net
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Abstract.

Socio-cultural and political-legal adaptation of migrans is becoming a nettlesome topic considering the ongoing transformations of such classical types of the countries of the Western Europe as France, Germany, Italy, etc. into polyethnic and multireligious states. Obviously, these transformations will involve the Russian Federation sooner or later. During the XXth - XXIst centuries there have been several migration flows from Caucaus to Europe. In this article Babich discusses the most recent migration flow from Russia to Europe in 1990s - 2000s. The main reasons were political (the Chechnya war) and socio-economic. The researcher analyzes the life of Caucasian people in the Western and Eastern Europe, defines tendencies and prospects for their adaptation to the European lifestyle. It should be also noted that the Caucasian factor allows to make a hypothesis concerning the Islamic factor as well. The research of North Caucasian communities from the point of view of their ability to integrate requires to take into account ethnic, age-related and gender peculiarities, to anlayze the history and political environment of interaction between each community and the receiving society. The researcher also believes that North Caucasian communities in Europe should be viewed as a single ethnic group. 

Keywords: adaptation, Western Europe, Caucasian peoples, Chechnya, Islam, radicalism, the Golden Billion, adaptation of migrants, habitat, metropole

DOI:

10.7256/2409-7144.2015.1.13965

Article was received:

09-12-2014


Review date:

10-12-2014


Publish date:

22-01-2015


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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