Wartime Attitudes and Identity in Frontline Ukrainian Cities
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Professors Karina Korostelina and Gerard Toal presented new survey findings from their ongoing National Science Foundation sponsored research project on Ukrainian social attitudes. In April 2023, Dr. Korostelina and Dr. Toal conducted a survey of 500 people and 90 semi-structural interviews in Eastern Ukraine, as a continuation of research begun in July 2022. The results reveal changes in the concepts of Ukrainian national identity, dynamics of attitudes and feelings toward Russia as well as perceptions and support for war, peace, and international aid.
Professor and Director, Program on History, Memory, and Conflict, Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University
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