SHS Web Conf.
Volume 112, 2021Northern Sustainable Development Forum 2020
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The indigenous methodology as a method for studying social processes in the arctic
Churapcha State Institute of Physical Education and Sports, 2a, st. Sportivnaya, Churapcha, 678671, Russian Federation
2 Arctic State Institute of Culture and Arts, 4, st. Ordzhonikidze, Yakutsk, 677027, Russian Federation
3 North-Eastern Federal University named by M.K. Ammosov, 58, st. Belinsky, Yakutsk, 677000, Russian Federation
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In 2020, under the guidance of Doctor of Sociological Sciences Ulyana Vinokurova, the textbook “Social Processes in the Arctic” was published. It presents results of the studies on the sociology of the Arctic as a circumpolar macro-region conducted by sociologists of Yakutia. The textbook is the beginning of the series “Sociology in the Arctic” and the scientific and educational project of Arctic research, which forms the basis of Arctic education. This article presents the summary 4 modules containing the results of scientific research introduced into the educational disciplines of the social and humanitarian cycle. The first module presents the theoretical part; the second module is “The Arctic as a social phenomenon”; module 3 is “Social dynamics in the Arctic”; module 4 is “Social differentiation”. Special attention is paid to the social processes in the Arctic investigated with the indigenous methodology, factors of stability and risks of geo-eco-socio-systems of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic. This manual creates an opportunity for an independent search for information, trends in socio-humanitarian knowledge in Arctic studies.
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