THE GENERAL AND LOCAL IN MODERN FAMILY AND CEREMONIAL CULTURE OF THE BASHKIR AND RUSSIANS OF BASHKORTOSTAN
Author(s)Galiyeva Farida Gabdulchaevna
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AbstractThe purpose of article is the analysis of process of formation of the general layer of culture of Bashkortostan as result of creative processing of traditions of the different people (Bashkirs, Russian and many others), representatives of different faiths (Muslims, orthodox Christians, Believers) and ethno-territorial groups (North and South Russian Russians, Bashkirs of northern, central, southern, trans-Ural regions). The author raises the questions of whether dissolve the spiritual values of the peoples in the modern world? Is it possible to develop their traditional culture in a globalizing world? Does the strengthening of integration processes eliminate ethno-local traditions? The problems raised by the example considered a sacred culture, as family rituals Bashkir and Russian Bashkortostan, the two largest ethnic groups in the region who have gained long experience of co-creation. The outcome of the study was the conclusion that in the modern Bashkortostan, along with the national culture have the all-Russian, all-ethnic and ethnic local traditions. Consolidation processes do not exclude the possibility of maintaining narrow local features, especially in the villages far from urban centers geographic natural barriers. Throughout the XX century, many ethnic traditions have evolved to adapt to the changing socio-economic conditions, but survived to this day. The interaction of the Bashkirs, Russian and other peoples of Bashkortostan resulted in the formation of general culture, resulting in the Bashkirian Russian traditions were perceived as their own, and vice versa.