Identity in the Political Constructions of Modernity: Editorial IntroductionJournal: RUDN Journal of Political Science (Vol.23, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2021-11-26
Authors : Lyubov Fadeeva;
Page : 521-524
Keywords : identity; identity politics; political self-identification; multi-subject nature; post-Soviet space;
L.A. Fadeeva is the author of numerous publications and key co-author of fundamental encyclopedias published by the Russian Academy of Sciences (Identity: The Individual, Society and Politics. An Encyclopedia, 2017) and the Russian Political Science Association (Trends and problems of the development of Russian political science in the global context: Tradition, reception and innovation, 2018), representing the leading scientific school for identity studies in Russia (see: Perm School of Political Science: Sources, Development, Content, 2019), who has served multiple times as guest editor for the thematic issues of the best Russian political science journals on this topic (Political science (RU), 2020, No. 4). In this introductory article, our guest editor L.A. Fadeeva presents the materials of the current issue of our journal, interpreting their cross-cutting themes as the politicization of the non-political through the prism of identity processes at the macro-regional, regional and national levels.
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