Program

Poster
PS28P-13-98

STUDY OF INTRA-CULTURAL ASPECTES OF THE ETHNIC IDENTITY

[Speaker] Aimaganbetova, Olga:1
[Co-author] Nurbekova, Zhanar:1, Saduakasova, Zuhra:1, Naurzalina, Danna:2, Nurysheva, Gulzhakhan:1, Balgimbayeva, Zulfiya:1
1:al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan), 2:Turan University (Kazakhstan)

The purpose of the study is the ethnic identity, its cognitive and affective components. Research applies the test of "Definition of the main components of ethnic identity". The feeling of belonging is the dominant both for Kazakh and for Russian ethnic communities: Kazakh sample - 6,24%, Russian sample-7,3%. The feeling of the importance of the ethnic community at Kazakhs-8,54%; Russians have 9,68%. Research shows that the Russian respondents more often than Kazakhs disagree that "during communication with people it is necessary to be guided by their personal qualities, but not by a national ethnic origin"(2,06%). At the same time some Kazakhs (0,66%) agree with the statements that representatives of radical ethnoses have consist of political elite and that they have to have advantages among representatives of other ethnoses. Thus, the measured scales are important in process of personality self-identification for students of both ethnic groups.
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