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Expert Council of the International FPMOandMK
"Etnosotsium" recognized as the best in the categories
"International development of interethnic relations",
"Ethnosocial development of Russia",
"State and civil society"
Chairman of the Editorial Board
Zyazikov M.M., Doctor of philosophical sciences, lieutenant general
Doktor Fabio Bajo, Director of the International Institute for Migration Scalabrini Pontifical Urban University
Chief Editor
Ryabova E.L., Doctor of Political Sciences, Candidate of Social Sciences, Professor.
Deputy Chief Editor
Bessonova E.G., Candidate of philosophic sciences, Associate Professor philosophy and culture, head of education Work and Youth Policy of St. Petersburg State University.
Dannenberg A.N., Associate Professor of Church-State Relations of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service under the President of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Philosophical Science.
Solonin K.U., Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Institute of Chinese classics Chinese People's University. Beijing.
Chapkin S.V., Academician of the Academy of Ecology and Law, President of the Foundation PMKandOMO.
Klimenko D.A., Candidate of Philology, Public Project Manager.
Nikashina N.V., Candidate of Philological Science, Associate Professor of the Theory and Practice of translation, Expert, head of the international edition of "Mission confessions" journal. 
Ryazancev A.P., Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Universita’ degli Studi di Torino - exchange consultant. Project Manager - "Russia-Italy. Dialogue of Cultures".  (Il Responsabile del progetto «Russia-Italia. Il dialogo tra le culture»).
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Supervisory Council.


Ternovaya L.O. Priests in the diplomatic field
Sharov K.S. Isaac Newton’s eschatological thoughts and Jewish dispersion
Meng Xiangyun The current state of Chinese Muslims
Rakhimova M.V. In the beginning was the word or reading genome as a text
Sapojnikova O.A. Russian-Mongolian cultural cooperation at the present stage
Goncharova O.V. Mass media as a means of forming an ecological culture
Khomyakova G.S. Features of formation and management of reputation in the modern Russian organization
Odnoshovina U.V. Sense of meaning and meaning of use in the culture of modern society
Senchenko N.A. Image of educational organization in medium space: culturological aspect
Pilgrimage and tourism
«Shrines of undivided Christianity» was joined by the first Italian partner





Ternovaya L.O.

Priests in the diplomatic field

In recent years, there has been increasing talk about a form of diplomacy, like confessional diplomacy. It has a significant impact on people's diplomacy, giving it a higher morale and peacekeeping meaning. But the historical situation was that the origins of confessional diplomacy were the same as those of official diplomatic practice. The tasks of establishing international relations, especially during difficult periods of conflict, often fell on the shoulders of people, in one person, who embodied the roles of priest and diplomat. The experience of their diplomatic activities has not lost its relevance.

Key words: diplomacy, international relations, conflict, peacemaking, tolerance.


Sharov K.S.

Isaac Newton’s eschatological thoughts and Jewish dispersion

The problem of the connection between eschatological calculations of famous English scientist and theologian Isaac Newton with the Jewish dispersion, is investigated. The significant role of Newton’s special interpretation of the Book of Daniel is stressed in the creation of the chronology system of Jewish dispersion and re-creation of the State of Israel. It is demonstrated that Newton’s eschatological exegesis gave a new impetus to the tradition of hermeneutical interpretations of the prophecies. That helped to create a religious and political climate in the 19th-20th centuries, in which three important stages of the Jewish return to Palestine (aliyahs) took place, and the restoration of Israeli statehood was accomplished after 2000 years of dispersion and persecution of the Jews.

Newton proposed a chronology of the Jewish dispersion that should correspond to the biblical prophecies and modern geopolitical realities of Newton’s time. A particularly important place in the theory of Jewish dispersion is occupied by prophetic periods of 1290, 1335 and 2300 years.

Newton’s views of on the “Ten Kingdoms” mentioned in the Book of Daniel, are analysed. According to Newton’s interpretation, they are related to very powerful European monarchies which have arisen on the territory of former Roman Empire. An important condition of the state’s inclusion in Newton’s list of the “Ten Kingdoms” is the descendance of political power directly from the pope or the presence of Christianity persecution on the territory of the state in question.

Newton’s views on the hermeneutic interpretation of the “seven weeks” from the prophecy of Daniel, are studied. According to Newton, they correspond to the Jewish Jubilee and the time that would pass between the call to restore Israel and the restoration itself. This corresponds very well to the real reconstruction of Israel in 1948 and the call of Theodor Herzl to the Jews to return to the Holy Land in 1896.

Key words: Newton, Newtonianism, Israel, Christianity, Anglicanism, Judaism, Jewish nation, eschatology.


Meng Xiangyun

The current state of Chinese Muslims

Islam is one of many religions from the outside, has a history of 1,300 years in China. Islam began in the VIII century to spread from Arabia to China, through mixed marriages between Persian or Arab traders and Chinese Han people were formed new nationalities of believing Islam. Even with the spread of Islam in Central Asia, Islam entered Xinjiang in the 10th century. So, the Muslims of China have formed 2 cultural groups. This article describes the national characteristics and distribution of Muslims in China. It is shown that the level of urbanization, economic development and education of Chinese Muslims is lower than the level of the entire population on average in China, but thanks to the common religion as a link, cooperation between the western provinces of China, where Chinese Muslims and Islamic countries in Central and West Asia constantly strengthened.

Key words: Chinese Muslims, national minority, two cultural groups, different languages, backward rural economy.


Rakhimova M.V.

In the beginning was the word or reading genome as a text

The article focuses on research in the issue of human textuality as an interdisciplinary problem, and introduces the idea that since human nature itself is textual and biologically and socially humans are structured textually too, a human being may be seen and read as a text.

The author assumes that human textuality may be detected at genetic and epigenetic levels, and be explained philosophically by way of such branch of sciences like linguistic philosophy, semiotics, poststructuralism in philosophy. To this end the article characterizes textuality in general and a human in particular as a biogenic and philosophical phenomena, and makes an effort to link linguistic units with the same of genetic language.

Key words: human textuality, linguistic units, a letter, nitrogenous bases, phoneme and ribose, morpheme and nucleotide, RNA a living word.


Sapojnikova O.A.

Russian-Mongolian cultural cooperation at the present stage

The modern period of development of society is characterized by dynamic processes of development of forms and relations of sociocultural interaction. Geographical proximity and deep historical ties between Russia and Mongolia determine mutual interest and encourage cooperation in various fields. The article analyzes the Russian-Mongolian cooperation at the present stage in several areas, namely cultural cooperation, cooperation in the field of education and science, as well as trade.

Key words: Russian-Mongolian cooperation, trade cooperation, cultural cooperation, cooperation in education and science.


Goncharova O.V.

Mass media as a means of forming an ecological culture

The article studies the phenomenon of ecological culture; its essence is clarified and fully disclosed. The role of ecological culture as a regulator of human relations and the environment on the basis of value orientations is highlighted. The main components of ecological culture are singled out and their content is analyzed. The connection of knowledge, values, practical actions and their interdependence is shown. Conditions and basic problems of formation of ecological knowledge, ecological values, ecological activity by means of mass media are determined.

Key words: ecological culture, ecological knowledge, ecological values, ecological activity, mass media, ecological information, ecological journalism.


Khomyakova G.S.

Features of formation and management of reputation in the modern Rus-sian organization

Modern experts agree that the excellent reputation makes the company the most attractive for investors in comparison with companies that do not have it, increases its capitalization, allows it to achieve growth in financial performance, provide a more stable market position, as well as new opportunities to enter the market.

To date, the position of director for corporate reputation has not yet been introduced into the staff list of Russian companies. Nevertheless, considering the Western experience of business organization, we see that concern for corporate reputation is recognized as one of the highest prerogatives of company management.

In Western firms, the vice-president is responsible for the company's business reputation, and in Russia - the director for PR.

The high position of the PR service is explained by its role in the for-mation and management of the company's business reputation.

Key words: reputation, goodwill, public relations, image management, public communications.


Odnoshovina U.V.

Sense of meaning and meaning of use in the culture of modern society

The article deals with the essence of a thing as a material carrier of style and way of life. The features of modern consumption are analyzed, which is a means of assessing the importance of a person. The article reveals the value-semantic content of things in a person's life: status, a reference point for the purchase of new goods, self-identification through the acquisition of things, prestigious consumption, cultural meanings of things in the context of the consumer society. The new trends of modern society are considered: the ecologization of production and consumption of things, a new asceticism and minimalism in consumption as a way of life and a means of avoiding excesses.

Key words: thing, consumer society, consumer, meaning, culture, status, design, advertising.


Senchenko N.A.

Image of educational organization in medium space: culturological aspect 

The article deals with problems in the formation of the image policy of universities without reliance on the organizational culture of the educational institution. The author notes the connection between the image of the educational institution and its organizational culture. Organization of the organization's website and its symbols within the organization; attitude to the foremost and their ideas; traditions and rituals; professional values, ideas, the idea of a mission; the closeness of the semantic fields of all members of the organization; psychological climate create the image of the university in the media space of the region.

Key words: image, educational institution of higher education, organizational culture, media space.





Goncharova O.V., Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Information and Communication Technologies, Mathematical and Natural Sciences DisciplinesCHU VO "Armavir Socio-Psychological Institute" (ASPI).

Khomyakova G.S., Department of Sociology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.

Meng Xiangyun, Department of Comparative Politics People's Friendship University of Russia.

Odnoshovina U.V., Candidate of Cultural Studies, Head of the Department of Design of the Russian-British Institute of Management.

Rakhimova M.V., Associate Professor, Candidate of Philosophy, Head of the Department of Socio-Humanitarian and Psychological and Pedagogical Disciplines.

Sapojnikova O.A., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African countries, Department of Philology of South-East Asia, Korea and Mongolia, senior lecturer.

Senchenko N.A., Candidate of Cultural Studies, Associate Professor, Department of Social and Humanitarian Disciplines, Crimean Engineering Pedagogical University. 

Sharov K.S., Candidate of Philosophy, Senior Lecturer of Philosophy Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Ternovaya L.O., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor MADI (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).