The analysis of ethnomental identity crisis in the period of multiculturalism

Liubov Lysenko


Within the frames of given article, the author carries out the analysis of an ethnomental identity crisis that is shown in the context of linguacultural crisis. The author focuses on the phenomenon of ethnic paradox, or ethno-renaissance, analyzes various scenarios for the development of integration processes in the global multicultural field, and suggests ways to overcome the challenges associated with globalization. These phenomena are considered in the context of the European integration vector of the Ukrainian people. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the crisis manifestations of the integration of representatives of different countries into the European linguistic and cultural space


mental identity crisis; ethnolinguaculture; multiculturalism; ethnic renaissance; point of mental support


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