In this article, we treat migration and the ensuing interaction between various ethnicities as a significant and permanent factor of global history. Special attention is paid to the impact migration has on ethnosocial processes. Siberia as a region of Russia has a positive experience of the impact of large waves of Russian migrants on the ethnosocial development of indigenous peoples of Siberia, as it can be seen from a retrospective analysis of migration statistics and facts. The contemporary socioeconomic and ethnocultural status of Siberia is largely a product of migration processes. In general, the ethnosocial situation in Siberia has always been relatively stable. In the post-Soviet period the influence of migration has shaped new tendencies in the ethnic structure of the Siberian population. They include a decrease in overall number and percentage of representatives of Slavic ethnicities, an increase in the overall number of Turkic people, an increase in overall number and percentage of indigenous population in their respective regions and a significant rise in the number of those representing Turkic ethnicities with their statehood outside Russia. All of these led to the consolidation of Turkic ethnodemographic component and the narrowing of the Russian one. In many regions, this is accompanied by territorial shrinkages of the Russian population. Interethnic contacts have become more complicated, and migration processes on the whole are viewed by the local population as a common threat to their social security. The ou...
Percentage Of Indigenous Population Ethnosocial Processes Interethnic Contacts Branches Of Economy Local Population Siberian Regions Interethnic Relations Conspicuous Changes Migration Processes Significant Rise
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