The Integrity of the Territorial Identification of a Person in the Russian Social Space
Alexander Ogorodnikov1, Irina Prilenskaya2, Elena Ruppel3, Vladimir Churin4

1Alexander Ogorodnikov*, Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Moscow, Russia.
2Irina Prilenskaya, Culturology Department, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia.
3Elena Ruppel, Department of Higher Mathematics, Siberian State Automobile and Road University, Omsk, Russia.
Vladimir Churin, Department of Sociology and Management, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI), Moscow, Russia.

Manuscript received on October 13, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 2276-2286 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A5180119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A5180.119119
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Abstract: Purpose of the study: To investigate the sociological dimension of social space structuring under the influence of territorial movements in the era of globalization based on the example of modern Russia. As the methodology for the study, the synthesis of E. Giddens’ theory was structured, its provisions on the topography of social space in the geographical plane. The paradigm of structuralist constructivism of P. Bourdieu was used as well, in which it was relevant for us to analyze habitus as a socio-geographical environment for the formation of institutional strategies of agents of social relationship. Factors that contribute to and hinder the adaptation of personality in the new social environment, were examined based on works by O. Toffler, U. Beck, V.I. Chuprov and Yu.A. Zubok. To determine the mechanism of the genesis and functioning of meanings in the new communicative environment, the authors relied on N. Luman’s approach to self-identification and self-conference. In the process of analyzing the nature of trust in the institutional order in the context of globalization, the authors used works by A.V. Ivanov and S.A. Danilova who analyze the mechanisms of formation. The empirical basis for the article was a sociological study conducted on the basis of the Sociological Center of Kutafin Moscow State Law University. The article reveals the features of personality identification in a dynamic environment of interethnic and cross-cultural interactions, structured under the influence of territorial factors. The degree of conformity of the scale, the nature and depth of self-identification in various territorial planes of the social space are determined by the example of modern Russian society. Factors of social integration in the process of the formation of territorial identity both at the institutional level and in everyday life when constructing informal social ties are disclosed. The restrictions of social identification in the regions of Russia are found that prevent the formation of civic identity and responsibility for the reproduction of the social order. The values that determine social integration in cross-cultural interaction are revealed. The results of the study make a significant contribution to the development of methods for determining the causes of the genesis of separatist sentiments and the conditions for designing constructive social participation in various regions. The article is relevant for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as lecturers, involved in the problems of the sociological study of globalization, social space and group identity. The work uses an integral methodology for measuring social processes from the perspective of the subject of action, constructing strategies in the new social environment, and from the perspective of a system that ensures the reproduction of the institutional order. Keywords: personal self-identification, structuring of social space, interethnic interaction, regional policy, territorial identity, socialization of an individual, values. Fuzzy Number, Hexagonal Fuzzy
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