Social networks and their impact on inter-ethnic relations
The basis of communication, strategies of network interactions is a model of a system of information interactions and an installation on the adaptation of ethnos in a new space. National and cultural ideals of the ethnic group are usually realized in regional policies of inter-ethnic relations, ethnic reflection. Social networks are gradually becoming the main "regulator" of such interactions. The purpose of the work is to systematically analyze these trends, causal relationships and interethnic interactions in social networks. To do this, the work uses the methods of System Social Mining. The analysis allows us to conclude that in Russia “remote nationalism” is possible, associated with the political activities of the diasporas, their activity on social networks.
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