SUSLOVA M.N. Islamophobia in the USA and Russia: social-political aspects of the problem

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu4.2012.1.13

Suslova Maria Nikolaevna

Postgraduate Student, Department of Applied Political Science,

National Research University – Higher School of Economics

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Abstract. Globalization at the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st centuries and the global population shifts connected with it have led to the formation of the so-called, “negative identity” in many countries, including Russia and the USA. The phenomenon of negative identity is well studied. The social-political boundaries of the manifestation of negative identity are investigated to a less extent. The author gives an attempt to analyze the specificity of Muslim ethnic groups’ residency in Russia and the USA.

Key words: Muslims, Islam, Islamophobia, USA, Russia, political-legal regulation, national, religious, ethnic minorities, intercultural integration.

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