Features of the socio-psychological structure of civil society of the Republic of Crimea
Today, the problem of studying civil society is important, since civil structures are fragmented, there is practically no connection between them, which affects the efficiency of each structure. The development of civil society is necessary for organizing a dialogue between the country's population and state power, and for solving acute problems of the regions and the country as a whole. With the transition to the legal field of the Russian Federation in Crimea, some questions of the development of civil society began to be raised. According to the author, the problem of studying the characteristics of civil society has not been sufficiently studied, especially in the framework of psychology. Mutually beneficial cooperation between the three sectors − state, commercial and non-profit can contribute to the sustainable development and consolidation of democracy in Russia. The aim of the article is to study the characteristics of the socio-psychological structure of the civil society of the Republic of Crimea. The author carries out a theoretical analysis of research on this issue, presents an analysis of the study of civil society in the framework of philosophy, sociology, and considers the socio-psychological approach to studying this topic. The results of a civil society study conducted in the second half of 2018 − the first half of 2019 in the Republic of Crimea on a sample of 104 respondents are also presented. The article notes the insufficiency of existing methods for studying the features of civil society in the framework of psychology, presents the results of a study of the structure of civil society in the Republic of Crimea, as a result of which 4 youth electoral groups were identified that have their own distinctive features.