Пути России. Альтернативы общественного развития. 2.0. Сборник статей
The article focuses on the specificities of risky practices and acceptance of risk among youth involved in various activist scenes in contemporary Russia. These practices are studies in the context of emotional, sensual, and bodily aspects of participation in protest activities and solidarities. Such an analytical turn is based on the empirical observations in cultural and political youth scenes. However, the academics literature on risk activities of youth is predominantly focusing on acceptance and dealing with risk in the context of illegal or harmful consumer practices, or sexual behaviour (early pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases) with focus on gender. Realizing the significance of such studies, however, it is no less important to turn to the analysis of bodily and sensual side of inclusion into group activities and acceptance of subcultural obligations connected with risk. This is especially important in the situation of tension and confrontation in the social and political domain, which lead to the development of new forms of youth solidarities and everyday policies staged in the cultural and activist scenes within the leisure time which is changing its meaning and boundaries significantly.
The article shows that the formula "multinational people" appears later in the Soviet Constitutions. The formula "the historically established state unity" appears in the text of the current Constitution combined with the formula "the universally recognized principles of equality and self-determination of peoples." "People" here appear in the plural, as if they are nationalities. But generally recognized principle of self-determination is the principle of the free approval of statehood as a territorial and political unity, the old principle of the nation, which finds its full realization is in the state. Thus, the current Constitution contains provisions that could potentially be no less explosive than the more specific provisions of the Soviet constitution on the right to secession.