A. V. Berezina (Ekaterinburg, Russia). Process of the leveling of values – the reason for weakening of ethnic identity

Process of the leveling of values – the reason for weakening of ethnic identity

Berezina Anna V.,
Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Ural State Forest Engineering University (Ekaterinburg, Russia), berezinanna@mail.ru

The author links the problem of development, establishment, progress and survival of ethnic cultures with the revealing of such philosophical issues as an exchange, sacrifice, values, social needs, and through the analysis of these categories the author comes to the analysis of ethno-cultural development of Mari and Udmurt people living in the Ural.

Keywords: ethnic cultures; exchange; values; social needs; national language; ethnic group; national language.

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