Современные исследовательские практики в социологии: сборник материалов конференции молодых ученых (Москва, 19–20 апреля 2017 г.)
The perception of Buryat ethnic identity of modern students depends on many factors, such as moving from villages to cities, knowledge (or ignorance) of the Buryat language, following traditions and customs, self-identification and self-perception of Buryats. On the basis of in-depth interviews with representatives of the Buryat students of Ulan-Ude and Novosibirsk, it was possible to form a typification of the content of ethnic identity, depending on the place of birth and experience of mobility.
The presented work reflects only one aspect of the study of the Internet-the importance and role of the Internet in everyday life, perception and interpretation of reality in the context of the Internet and social networks. This paper examines the phenomenon of "online" from the perspective of two theoretical concepts: everyday life and postmodernity, comparing the perception of two generations. We consider two generations in the practice of using the Internet: the generation that "grew up" on the Internet, refers to it as an integral fact of life and the environment of communication, as well as the generation in which the practice of using the Internet in adulthood. This typification was taken as a theoretical construct, but we do not consider the types - "digital natives" and "digital migrants", but the features of "nativity" and the features of"migrant".