Yaroslava Shashkova, Sergei Aseev

Correlation of Identity Structure and Patriotism Patterns among High School Students in Siberian Regions

  • Management of Technology and Innovation

The article is devoted to the analysis of the relationship between the structure of identities and patriotic models in the minds of school students in the regions of the Siberian Federal District. The theoretical basis of the study was both the concept of the "matryoshka" of identities and the theory of patriotism, considering its manifestations as a dichotomy of "blind" and "constructive", "emotional" and "activity" types. The empirical basis of the study was the results of longitudinal surveys of students in grades 9–11, conducted in 2020 in 10 regions and in 2022 in 4 regions of the Siberian Federal District. The use of cluster analysis made it possible to divide the studied population into 4 clusters: a cluster of “blind”, “active” patriotism with a strong institutional component, “constructive” patriots, “loyalists” and “silent ones”, determine the combination of identities corres­ponding to each cluster and trace their dynamics. As a result, conclusions were made about the decrease in the influence of the identity factor on the disengagement of young people in relation to patriotism and the possibility of reducing the indicated disengagements to the basic opposition of "patriots" and "non-patriots".

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