"Personal Research Funding" project PUT1138
PUT1138 (PUT1138) "Russian National Identity in a Comparative Context: Towards an Intersubjective Identity Database (1.01.2016−31.12.2019)", Viatcheslav Morozov, University of Tartu, Faculty of Social Sciences, Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies.
PUT1138
Venemaa rahvuslik identiteet võrdlevas kontekstis: intersubjektiivse identiteedi andmebaasi loomine
Russian National Identity in a Comparative Context: Towards an Intersubjective Identity Database
1.01.2016
31.12.2019
R&D project
Personal Research Funding
Exploratory project
Field of researchSubfieldCERCS specialityFrascati Manual specialityPercent
2. Culture and Society2.13. Political Science and AdministrationS170 Political and administrative sciences 5.4. Other social sciences [anthropology (social and cultural) and ethnology, demography, geography (human, economic and social), town and country planning, management, law, linguistics, political sciences, sociology, organisation and methods, miscellaneous social sciences and interdisciplinary, methodological and historical S&T activities relating to subjects in this group. Physical anthropology, physical geography and psychophysiology should normally be classified with the natural sciences]100,0
PeriodSum
01.01.2016−31.12.201651 600,00 EUR
01.01.2017−31.12.201751 600,00 EUR
01.01.2018−31.12.201851 600,00 EUR
01.01.2019−31.12.201951 600,00 EUR
206 400,00 EUR

Projekti eesmärgiks on luua kumulatiivne pikaajaline interpretatiivne andmebaas, mis käsitleb Venemaa rahvusliku identiteedi arengut, ning kasutada seda võrdlevates uuringutes konstruktivistlike ja kvantitatiivsete lähenemiste kokkupuutepunktis. Käesolevat uuringut viiakse läbi suurema projekti „Making Identity Count“ raames, mis katab kõiki suurriike. Andmebaasi loomine eeldab rahvusliku identiteedi põhikategooriate empiirilist rekonstruktsiooni mitmete aastate lõikes, alates perioodist 1950-2010 ning ulatudes lõpuks kuni 1810 a. minevikus. Lõpptulemusena luuakse „Rahvusliku identiteedi aruannete“ seeria, „Intersubjektiivsete identiteetide andmestik“ ja „Intersubjektiivne andmebaasi koodiraamat“. Teoreetilisel tasandil ühendab projekt interpretatiivsete teooriate tundlikkust intersubjektiivse reaalsuse suhtes eesmärgiga teha usaldusväärseid ning korratavaid üldistusi. Sellega vähendatakse lahknevust kvantitatiivsete ja interpretatiivsete rahvusvaheliste suhete alaste uuringute vahel.
The aim of the project is to create a cumulative long-term interpretivist dataset on Russian national identity and to use this data in comparative research at the juncture of constructivist and quantitative approaches. It is part of a larger project "Making Identity Count", whose scope includes all major great powers. Creation of the dataset implies empirical reconstruction of the central categories of national identity for a number of years, starting with the period of 1950-2010 and eventually extending the time frame back to 1810. The project will produce a series of National Identity Reports, an Intersubjective National Identities Dataset and the Intersubjective Database Coding Book. The theoretical ambition behind the project is to combine interpretivist sensitivity to intersubjective reality with a commitment to reliable and replicable generalizations and to make a decisive step toward bridging the gap between quantitative and interpretivist research in International Relations.