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V.V. Volkov
Ethnic Minorities of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in Academic Research
[Etnicheskie men'shinstva Estonii, Latvii i Litvy v nauchnykh issledovaniiakh]

Vladislav V. Volkov | http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9593-2641 | vladislavs.volkovs@inbox.lv | Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia (Kalpaka bulv. 4, Riga, LV-1050, Latvia)

Type of publication: Editor's Introduction

ethnic minorities, Russian-speaking population, collective identities, national state, integration, political participation, liberal multiculturalism

The cross-cutting theme of the applicability of liberal multiculturalism runs through the journal's special issue presenting articles on the problems of ethnic minorities in the Baltic States, written by scholars from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and the UK. The authors point to the "sore spots" in the recognition of collective identity of the Russian-speaking population, as well as untapped opportunities in reaching a compromise between the collective identities of ethnic minorities and the ethnic majority in the Baltic States.

Citation (Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., Author-Date, article titles not enclosed in quotation marks)

Volkov, V.V. 2017. Etnicheskie men'shinstva Estonii, Latvii i Litvy v nauchnykh issledovaniiakh [Ethnic Minorities of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in Academic Research]. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 2: 5-8

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Submitted 07.06.2016 | Accepted 01.09.2016


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