ANALYSIS AND POSSIBLE PERMISSION OF NEGATIVE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE DEMOGRAPHIC SITUATION IN MODERN RUSSIA

Д. Э. Аптыкова, В. А. Белый, А. Е. Сербина

Abstract


Abstract: The paper discusses the influence of demographic processes on social situation and potential conflicts in Russia in the XXI century. The author analyzes the demographic situation in modern Russia, identifies its main trends and identifies the features of demographic factors in conflicts, identified a number of conflicts that Russia may face in the 21 st century due to the negative demographic situation. According to the author, such demographic processes as the aging of the population, natural decline, migration will play an important role for the social situation in Russia. These processes can provoke serious conflicts in Russia, cause a number of social problems. Based on the results of the analysis, the author proposed a number of measures to improve the demographic situation. So, in the field of demographic and social policy offers a special approach. It simultaneously takes into account the scientific and practical aspect of the problem. Firstly, the author proposes to develop a system of demographic Sciences, to provide funds for the work of the research centres in the field of demography. This is necessary to technocratization of the demographic policy. Secondly, the author proposes a number of measures that can be implemented by the Russian authorities to improve demographic indicators. For example, proposed a number of initiatives to provide young families with housing, to improve their social and economic status. Ultimately, the author concludes that demographic processes determine the vector of the country's development. They affect social, economic and political spheres of society. Russia needs to begin to solve the demographic problems now. Otherwise it will be lost time and the ability to change negative trends.

Keywords


demographics; conflicts; social stability; demographic situation; Russia; conflicts in Russia; political demography; demographic conflictology

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