Society and Security Insights <p style="font-size: medium;"><img style="width: 190px; float: left; margin-right: 15px;" title="Society and Security Insights" src="/public/site/images/admin/cover_issue_263_ru_RU1.jpg" height="267.625"><strong>ISSN 2619-0249 (Print), ISSN 2619-0230 (Online)</strong></p> <p style="font-size: medium;"><strong>The Society and Security Insights</strong>&nbsp;is the <strong>official scientific periodical of the Association of Asian universities </strong>and&nbsp;the main professional&nbsp;platform for&nbsp;open communication of leading scientists in the field of transnational cooperation,&nbsp;publishing original articles in a broad range of issues relevant to public security, its forms and manifestations, considered from the social science perspective.</p> <p style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-size: medium;">The editorial board is comprised of leading Russian and international scientists with scientific degrees and titles and great experience in scientific research and publishing.</span></p> <p style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="font-size: medium;">Manuscripts submitted to the <strong>Society and Security Insights</strong> (<strong>SSI</strong>) are critically evaluated for compliance with the following criteria:</p> <p style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-size: 14px;">compliance with the Journal aims and scope;&nbsp;</span></p> <p style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-size: 14px;">high scientific level and practical significance of findings;&nbsp;</span><span style="font-size: 14px;">originality of materials, responsibility to uphold expected ethical standards (absence of plagiarism, simultaneous submissions or submission of previously published writings, absence of conflicts of interests);&nbsp;</span><span style="font-size: 14px;">&nbsp;</span></p> <p style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-size: 14px;">compliance with the technical requirements of the “Authors Guidelines”.</span></p> <p style="font-size: medium;"><strong>The SSI Journal</strong> accepts articles in Russian and English.&nbsp;Journal has both print and online versions, the latter is managed with the Open Journal Systems (OJS). All articles are distributed online and free of cost (Open Access), receive identification index doi via the <em>CrossRef</em> system.&nbsp; The Journal is included in the <strong>Russian Science Citation Index</strong> (<em>RSoriCI</em>) and the academic databases, search engines, electronic libraries and repositories: <strong>Ulrich's Periodicals Directory,&nbsp;Google Scholar, ROAD, WorldCat, ROAR, ROARMAP, OpenAIRE, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE), ResearchBIB, Socionet, Scholarsteer, World Catalogue of Scientifc Journals, Scilit, Journals for Free, Journal TOC, OAIster, JournalGuide, J-Gate, Scientific Indexing Services (SIS).</strong></p> <hr> <p style="font-size: medium;">Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a <strong><em>Creative Commons Attribution License</em></strong> that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.</p> Altai State University en-US Society and Security Insights 2619-0249 ASPECTS OF THE CRIMINOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FORCED CRIME OF MINORS AND SOME PROBLEMS OF ITS WARNINGS <p>iminality, among which the authors single out domestic violence as a factor of crime, psychological influence as a form of coercion and complete the article by discussion about measures of diverting teenagers from crime. The most important goal of crime prevention is social protection of the most vulnerable groups of the population. The peculiarity of the affected problem is that minor children are one of the most vulnerable groups of the population, as they are subject to psychological pressure from representatives of the criminal world. The situation is complicated by the fact that the unfavorable situation in the family gives rise to domestic violence, which provokes the formation of violence traits among children or adolescents, since personality characteristics are still underdeveloped, which allows the criminal world to influence the child without much effort. Psychological influence as a form of coercion that can be expressed in different ways. The authors of this article point to hypnosis as a method. There is no doubt that most often it is used in the theft of property, but hypnologists believe that with the help of hypnosis one can program a person for any kind of crime. The authors discuss about hypnosis not as an influence on a person of a minor, but as an ordinary life of a minor, brought up under the influence of the undivided flow of information from the media, the Internet, mobile communication, allowing to convey large amounts of negative information to the minor (subconscious suggestion). As a preventive measure for a teenager from committing crimes, the article indicates such forms as employment and referral to special general educational organizations. Attention&nbsp;is paid to international experience and the actions of ATS employees.</p> Egor A. Kulikov Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-05 2019-07-05 2 2 115 127 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-5510 SOCIAL HEALTH IN THE CONTEXT OF RUSSIAN AND REGIONAL CONSUMER TRENDS <p>The most important characteristic of the individual health of the individual and the health of society is social health. The complexity and multidimensionality of the phenomenon of social health determines the absence of a unified system of indicators and methods of its measurement. In this paper, an attempt has been made to study social health based on an analysis of the characteristics and trends emerging in the sphere of consumer behavior of the population.</p> <p>The results of the study showed that consumer trends observed in the consumer market of Russia and the region reflect a number of major problems of public life, namely the deterioration of the material well-being of the population, the preservation of excessive socioeconomic differentiation of the population, conditions based on savings in consumption. It is proved that these negative phenomena limit the development and hinder the preservation and strengthening of social health.</p> Irina N. Dement’eva Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-05 2019-07-05 2 2 90 106 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-5538 VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT IN THE SYSTEM OF COUNTERING EXTREMISM AND IDEOLOGY OF TERRORISM IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS <p>The article is devoted to various aspects of the role of the volunteer movement in the system of countering extremism and the ideology of terrorism in educational institutions of Russia, on the example of higher educational institutions of the Altai Territory. The volunteer movement is one of the important institutions of civil society, it is a kind of the self-organization of citizens helping to achieve a socially useful goal. This article considers various forms of the volunteer movement related to the activities on the prevention of the ideology of extremism and terrorism among the youth. The importance of the functioning of such forms is reflected in the need for a full and comprehensive counteraction to these socially negative phenomena. One state, with all its wide possibilities, is not capable to successfully fight against destructive ideas in the conditions of the development of modern technologies, especially in a democratic and not totalitarian regime. Youth organizations play a decisive role in the prevention of extremist and terrorist manifestations in the youth environment. Moreover, the more independent, so to speak, grassroots, they will be, the greater the effect their activities should give. Therefore, the authors highlight the role of the voluntary movement in its various forms in the system of countering the ideology of extremism and terrorism in educational institutions.</p> Valery A. Mazurov Marya A. Starodubceva Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-05 2019-07-05 2 2 76 89 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-5520 RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE WORK OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS <p>A distinctive feature of the current stage of development of society is the increasing influence of the Internet and information and communication technologies on all spheres of life. The activities of non-profit organizations are no exception. This article is devoted to the study of the use of information and communication technologies by non-profit organizations (hereinafter — NGOs) in Russia and abroad. The results of the international sociological survey summarizing the latest trends in the digital environment of NGOs from 164 countries of the world and the results of a study on the use of Internet resources by Russian non-profit organizations on the example of the Vologda region are presented. It is revealed that NGOs in Russia significantly lag behind their foreign counterparts in the use of modern information resources. In conclusion, several tools for the effective use of information and communication technologies by non-profit organizations are proposed.</p> Kseniya E. Kosygina Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 65 75 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-5373 EXPRESSIONS OF THE TRUST TO CIVIL SOCIETY INSTITUTES IN REGIONS OF THE RUSSIAN-ASIAN BORDERLAND <p>The aim of the article is to consider the peculiarities of the trust among population of four border regions of Russia to the civil society institutes. The paper relies on data of sociological research in four Russian regions (the Altai region, the Trans Baikal region, the Kemerovo oblast and the Orenburg oblast) in 2018. It is concluded that the trust to civic institutes is rather expressed, but has as regional as other peculiarities, determined by social-demographic characteristics of respondents and corresponding civic identities. In total, social trust of population could be distributed into three groups of institutes: the sense of the first one is given by classic democratic public-political formations, the second one — by spiritual-ethnic-cultural unions, the third one — by socially important public institutions.</p> Oksana E. Noyanzina Svetlana G. Maximova Daria A. Omelchenko Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 13 27 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-6231 THE MATERS OF THE ENERGY SECURITY OF THE KYRGYZ REPUBLIC IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION <p>Since independence, the energy sector of the Kyrgyz Republic has accumulated a number of crisis phenomena that pose a threat to the country’s energy security. In addition to the high degree of depreciation of fixed assets of energy companies, a high level of debt to creditors, today the republic lags significantly behind other post-Soviet countries both in increasing energy capacities and organizing the process of monitoring the state of energy security for making timely management decisions. The purpose of this study is to examine the nature of the factors and threats to energy security, their assessment on the example of the Kyrgyz Republic. The entry of the Kyrgyz Republic into the Eurasian Economic Union influenced the state and prospects of ensuring the energy security of the Kyrgyz Republic, taking into account the formation of unified electricity, gas, oil and petroleum products markets, mainly due to the impact on external factors of energy security.</p> Valentina M. Kasymova Anna V. Arkhangelskaya Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 28 41 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-6232 MIGRATION PROCESS UNDER GLOBALIZATION: CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES AND PRINCIPAL TRENDS <p>The article explores the process of formation and development of international migration and demography. The wide range of current and perspective issues of migration, collaboration in international organizations are analyzed. The important place is given to the issues of increasing migration movement of grounders, its contemporary logic, most significant consequences of international migration for the Republics of the Central Asia, and migration policy appropriate for the present time.</p> Rahmon U. Ulmasov Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 42 51 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-6233 MUSLIMS IN THE RUSSIAN BORDER AREA: ADAPTATION OF MIGRANT WOMEN <p>The relevance of the theoretical understanding of the problem of social adaptation and socialization of migrants in the host society is associated with the unprecedented growth of social mobility in the world and in Russia, in particular in the cross-border regions of the country. The scientific discourse of such studies is determined by the urgent need to develop effective practices that determine migration policy aimed at reducing social risks and conflict potential in the process of active inclusion of migrants in the Russian regions of arrival. The purpose of the article was to study the specifics of the adaptation of Muslim women, to identify gender characteristics, which is especially important in the context of the strengthening of the feminization of migration processes in the world. It presents the description of various components of adaptation of Muslim women, the analysis of their satisfaction and degree of trust. The forecast of possible conflicts in comparison with migrants by men is carried out. The analysis of the system of migration policy, the results of which are presented in the article, draws on the basic foundations of the structural and functional approaches, the essence of which in the context of migration is the transforming role of social mobility of the population, ensuring socially significant functions of migration in modern society. The results of sociological surveys among migrant women and men in seven border areas of Russia are used. The design of the study included a set of quantitative analysis of sociological surveys, qualitative analysis of interviews with migrants, as well as a description of biographies of women in the migration process presented in modern media, including the Internet. It is concluded that the most successfully adapted and assimilated women have the following advantages: the high level of education (higher or secondary special); the prestigious specialty or profession; the knowledge of laws and migration documents, the presence of relatives, successfully adapted in the region earlier, the presence of Russian friends; the young and working age, etc. The scientific novelty of the proposed provisions is the study of adaptation strategies of migrant women in the context of the interdependence of gender behavioral dispositions and objective globalization processes. Practical significance lies in the possibility of using the findings of the article for the forecast of security and effective and timely management decisions in the field of migration policy.</p> Marya I. Cherepanova Svetlana G. Maximova Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 52 64 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-6234 EMBROIDERY OF THE ALTAI REGIONAL VORONEZH SETTLER’S TRADITIONAL NATIVE DRESS AS A REFLECTION OF CULTURAL IDENTITY OF THE ETHNIC GROUP <p>The article focuses on the results of the study on the embroidery art of the Altai region. The main accent is made on description of traditional embroidery at in the costumes of the Voronezh settlers as a part of material cultural heritage of the Altai region, having some local features. Based on expeditionary researches, author considers remaining elements of traditional costumes, which stress the specifics of the given group of population the used materials, technologies, color, and ornament.</p> Tatiana Yu. Larina Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 107 114 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-6235 STUDENT YOUTH ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY <p>The research problem is the social security in student discourse. The focus is on the study of students’ assessments of their security and ideas about the priority measures needed to improve the level of social security in the Russian society. Data collection was carried out by the method of free reasoning in the form of an essay. The results of the study showed that most students have a sense of insecurity in one way or another. According to essays, at present time in the Russian society there is insufficient security in the economic sphere (level of well-being and quality of life), in the social protection system, in matters of protecting the protection rights and freedoms of citizens issues. Thus, students expressed their ideas about measures improving social security policies. The scientific novelty of the research consists in using a qualitative method that does not limit the participants in describing their situation, their perceptions of dangers and expectations. In practical terms, the value of the study is seen in the fact that the state and other security agents must take into account the opinions of different groups of the population, including young people in order to confirm their legitimacy and strengthen the confidence of citizens. In this sense, free speech is a rich material for understanding the existing social security system.</p> Tatiana V. Shipunova Copyright (c) 2019 Society and Security Insights 2019-07-03 2019-07-03 2 2 128 141 10.14258/ssi(2019)2-6236