Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnography SASA vol 64, no. 3 (2016) - online edition
Glаsnik Etnogrаfskog institutа SANU 64(3), 2016 - elektronsko izdanje

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УДК 39(05)

eISSN 2334-8259

Bulletin IE SASA ISSN 0350-0861
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Editor in chief:

Drаgаnа Rаdojičić

 

Editor of the Topic:

Miroslava Lukić-Krstanović

Petko Hristov

 

International editorial board:

Radost Ivanova,

Elephterios Alexakis,

Jana Pospíšilová,

Karl Kaser,

Gabriela Kiliánová,
Milica Bakić-Hayden,

Ingrid Slavec-Gradišnik,

Marina Martynova,

Fernando Diego Del Vecchio,

Kjell Magnusson,

Tatiana Podolinska,

Peter Finke,

Ana Dragojlović;

 

Editorial board:

Gojko Subotić,

Sofija Miloradović,

Jelena Čvorović,

Srđan Radović,

Aleksandra Pavićević,

Lada Stevanović,

Ildiko Erdei,

Jelena Jovanović,

Mladena Prelić,

Biljana Sikimić,

Jadranka Đorđević Crnobrnja,

Sanja Zlatanović;

 

The reviewers:

Vojislav Stanovčić,

Mirjana Morokvašić,

Gordana Blagojević,

Dragana Antonijević,

Danica Šantić,

Duško Petrović,

Uršula Lipovec Čebron,

Mirjana Bobić.

 

Secretary:

Mаrijа Đokić

 

Accepted for publication by the reference of academician Vojislav Stanovčić, at meeting of the Department of Social Sciences SASA, November 17. 2015.

 

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BELGRADE 2016

 

 

Topic of the Issue – Research of Migrations
Temа brojа – Istraživanje migracija

 

Authors name
Ime autora
Publication title in English and Serbian language
Naslov rada na engleskom i srpskom jeziku

Migrants in Moscow: the Everyday Life of a City as a Cultural Dialogue


Migranti u Moskvi: svakodnevica grada kao kulturni dijalog

pp. 541-551
EMAIL: martynova@iea.ras.ru

DOI: 10.2298/GEI1603541M; UDC 314.745.3-054.7(470.311):39

ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION:22/02/2016


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Abstract
In last two decades Russia and especially its capital Moscow has become one of the leaders of the global migration processes. Many jobs in the consumer services are occupied by recent immigrants. Ethnic Russians remain the predominant group, forming almost 91.6 per cent of the permanent population, but when measured numerically, other ethnic groups number more than 2 million people in the city. Ethnically non-Russian population has increased significantly. More and more people with different cultural backgrounds are becoming new Moscow inhabitants. Paper represents a study of the demographic and cultural processes that are taking place in the city of Moscow and in the Province of the same name during the last two decades. The author speaks about the influence and introduction of new folk cultures and traditions into Moscow community. The paper also pays attention to the process of social and cultural migrants’ integration from the point of view of major Moscow indigenous population. The problems related to development of cultures are resolved in different ways. A quite new phenomenon for Russia is an association of the particular ethnic group members in ethnic-cultural organizations striving for the development and propagation of cultural and religious traditions of their people. Young people are being actively involved in this process attending special non-Russian language schools. The Moscow City Government runs a goaloriented policy in support of development of different cultures.

Key worlds: migration, migrants, cultural integration, multiculturalism, Moscow,
everyday life.

 

Sažetak
Rusija i njen glavni grad Moskva su poslednje dve decenije postali među liderima u
globalnim migracijskim procesima. Mnoge poslove iz oblasti potrošačkih usluga
obavlјaju recentni migranti. Etnički Rusi i dalјe predstavlјaju dominantnu grupu,
čineći gotovo 91,6 posto stalnog stanovništva, ali kada se pogledaju apsolutne
brojke, druge etničke grupe broje preko dva miliona lјudi u gradu. Etničko nerusko
stanovništvo se značajno uvećalo, a sve više lјudi različitih kulturnih nasleđa
postaju novi stanovnici Moskve. Ovaj članak predstavlјa istraživanje demografskih
i kulturnih procesa koji se dešavaju u gradu Moskvi i Moskovskoj oblasti tokom
poslednje dve decenije, u kojem se govori o uticaju i uvođenju novih narodnih kultura
i tradicija u gradsku zajednicu. Takođe se obraća pažnja na procese socijalne i
kulturne integracije migranata iz vizure većinskog domaćeg stanovništva Moskve.
Problemi povezani sa razvojem kultura razrešavaju se na različite načine.
Prilično nov fenomen u Rusiji predstavlјa udruživanje članova pojedinih etničkih
grupa u etničke i kulturne organizacije koje nastoje da razvijaju i promovišu
kulturne i religijske tradicije svoga naroda. Mladi lјudi se aktivno uklјučuju u
ovaj proces i pohađanjem posebnih škola za učenje neruskih jezika. Gradske vlasti
Moskve vode cilјanu politiku kao podršku razvoju različitih kultura.

Klјučne reči: migracije, migranti, kulturna integracija, multikulturalizam,
Moskva, svakodnevni život.


 

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