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Worlds further apart? Identity formation in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region / Geir Hønneland.

Title: Worlds further apart? Identity formation in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region / Geir Hønneland.
Author(s): Hønneland, Geir.
Date: 1998.
Publisher: Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
In: Barents Region revisited. (1998.),
Abstract: New identity is paradoxical - Barents generation of young Russians is profoundly changed, yet great numbers in region have never heard of it. Author considers permanent aspects of Russian religion and character that distinguish them from Norwegians, so that Murman is probably closer culturally to Serb than to Tromsø man, who is closer to Australian than to inhabitant of Petrozavodsk. Many Russians cross border. While "Barents rhetoric" was overdone, so is current cynicism (on both sides) and assumption that Russians only want to "be like us" is patronising as well as wrong.
Notes:

In: The Barents Region revisited / Geir Flikke, ed.

Keywords: 159.9 -- Psychology.
3 -- Social sciences.
316 -- Sociology.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 146854

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