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A. P. Romanova, M. M. Bicharova, V. S. Dryagalov, MAJOR VECTORS OF RELIGIOUS TRANSGRESSION IN THE YOUTH ENVIRONMENT OF CASPIAN AND SOUTH RUSSIA

Журнал » Journal_eng » Journal 31 : A. P. Romanova, M. M. Bicharova, V. S. Dryagalov, MAJOR VECTORS OF RELIGIOUS TRANSGRESSION IN THE YOUTH ENVIRONMENT OF CASPIAN AND SOUTH RUSSIA
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MAJOR VECTORS OF RELIGIOUS TRANSGRESSION IN THE YOUTH ENVIRONMENT OF CASPIAN AND SOUTH RUSSIA

 

A. P. Romanova,

ASU, Astrakhan,

aromanova_mail@mail.ru,

M. M. Bicharova,

CIMRT, Astrakhan,

valkirija@inbox.ru,

V. S. Dryagalov,

ASU, Astrakhan,

helios82@yandex.ru

 

In recent decades, identity research has become increasingly relevant in foreign and domestic science. Many researchers note the diversity and complexity of the inter-existence and interaction of identities, their fluidity and ability to transform. As part of the study of the main vectors of religious transgression characteristic of the South of Russia and the Caspian Sea, the authors’ team analyzed the level of awareness of student youth about religious transitions and the degree of possible influence of these processes not only on the transformation of the religious identity of young people living in these territories, but also on confessional landscape as a whole. The transgression of religious identity is understood as a change, going beyond the confessional norms, creeds and attitudes towards the sacral, which are traditional for an individual. A set of sociological quantitative methods was used as the main research methods: questioning, analysis of one-dimensional and two-dimensional distributions, grouping data, etc., supplemented with data from focus-group studies.

The study revealed an increase in the number of respondents who are informed about the facts of religious transgression. This is due, as the authors believe, to an increase in the facts of the transition itself, and the fact that the problem of transgression itself is not taboo. There is a decrease in the percentage of negative attitudes towards a change of faith and transitions from a state of faith to indifferentism and atheism, which may be associated with a decrease in the level of religiosity among the respondents who are young people. Revealed a certain awareness of the presence of virtual religious cults and the nascent interest in them, especially from the most active representatives of the digital culture (Digital culture).

 

Keywords: religion; religious identity; religious transgression; youth; student environment; Caspian Sea; South Russia.

For citation: Romanova A. P., Bicharova M. M., Dryagalov V. S. Major vectors of religious transgression in the youth environment of Caspian and South Russia // Systems Psychology and Sociology. 2019. № 3 (31). P. 94–104. DOI 10.25688/2223-6872.2019.31.3.09

 

Romanova Anna Petrovna, doctor of philosophy sciences, professor, director of the Institute of Southern Russia & Northern Caspian Region Issues Research at the Astrakhan State University, Astrakhan, Russia.

E-mail: aromanova_mail@mail.ru,

Bicharova Mariya Mikhaylovna, PhD in Philology, docent at the Department of the humanities and English language at the Caspian Institute for Maritime and River Transport, Astrakhan, Russia.

E-mail: valkirija@inbox.ru

Dryagalov Vyacheslav Sergeyevich, a scientific member (researcher) at the Laboratory of socio-political and cultural dynamics research of Nizhny Povolzhye and Caspian at the Astrakhan State University, Astrakhan, Russia.

 E-mail: helios82@yandex.ru

 

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