Browsing No. 7 : Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century by Subject "collective identity"
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ItemTransformation of the Collective Identity of Ukrainian Citizens After the Revolution of Dignity (2014–2019)(2020) Averianova, Nina; Voropaieva, TetianaIn the modern world, there is a growing interest in the problem of forming a person’s identity. The category of "identity," despite the diversity of theoretical and empirical research, remains complex. The article is devoted to the study of transformations of the collective identity of Ukrainian citizens after the Revolution of Dignity, in the context of the Russian-Ukrainian war in Eastern Ukraine. In the period from 2013 to 2019, there have been radical changes in many spheres of public life in Ukraine. The Revolution of Dignity, the annexation of the Crimea, and the war in the Donbas all led to significant political, legal, and socio-economic and socio-cultural changes that contributed to the processes of the transformation of the collective identity of Ukrainian citizens. The aim of this article is to study the dynamics of the changes in the collective identity of Ukrainian citizens after the Revolution of Dignity through the prism of the integrative approach.