ISBN 978-966-02-9291-8Original name:
Етнополітичні чинники консолідації сучасного українського суспільства / ред. кол. О. Рафальський (голова), В. Войналович, М. Рябчук. Київ: ІПіЕНД ім. І.Ф. Кураса НАН України. 2020. 336 с.
The book results from the research on “Ethno-political factors of consolidation of the contemporary Ukrainian society” carried out by the scholars of the ethno-political department of the Ivan F. Kuras Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies in 2017-2019. It presents the detailed analysis of ethno-political factors of consolidation of the contemporary Ukrainian society, outlines the conceptual framework for the analysis, and examines the available relevant studies on the topic. The dynamics of changing ethno-cultural and social identities in the aftermath of the Revolution of Dignity is scrutinized as the most complex and controversial phenomenon. Substantial attention is paid to the language and ethno-confessional aspects of societal consolidation, politics of memory and actualization of public space. As a corollary, the conceptual vision of evolving Ukrainian society is introduced and discussed.
The study targets the prospective audience of scholars and teachers, students and journalists, civic activists and NGO leaders, as well as policy makers and civic servants who elaborate, legislate, and implement in practice the strategies of national consolidation.
Forewords (Oleh Rafalsky, Mykola Riabchuk)
Conceptualization of the discourse of social consolidation in contemporary academic research (Yuri Polishchuk)
Neither a «victory» nor a «betrayal». Dynamics of ethnic and national identities in Ukraine since 2014 (Mykola Riabchuk)
Changes in the structure of values and their impact on the societal consolidation (Yuri Polishchuk)
Ukrainian language and national consolidation (Volodymyr Kulyk)
Ethno-confessional determinants of the social consolidation (Viktor Voynalovych)
Actualization of the public space and politics of memory (Svitlana Nabok)
Concept of the future of the Ukrainian nation and its consolidating potential (Oleh Rafalsky)
Afterwords (Oleh Rafalsky)