Participation of marginalized groups in shaping the social space of the Far East (the case of Jewish Autonomous region)
Cand. Sci. (Sociol.), Senior Researcher, Institute for Complex Analysis of Regional Problems Far Eastern Branch Russian Academy of Sciences, Birobidgan, Russia email@example.com
The article aims to identify main stages of formation of social space in the Jewish Autonomous region and identify main marginalized groups involved in this process. It is revealed that transformations in the social space of autonomy – and in the entire Far Eastern territory, in fact, are associated with the effects of marginalized groups. Effects of marginality are involuntary for the population of the region due to certain external and internal factors.