Socio-demographic situation in Donetsk and Lugansk regions in the context of factors and consequences of the East Ukrainian conflict
Keywords:social and demographic situation, a regional human development, depopulation, premature mortality, demographic factors and consequences of the conflict.
The social and demographic specifics of Donbas region are analyzed in the context of understanding of the factors and possible consequences of the East Ukraine conflict. The article reveals distinctive features of the demographic composition, processes of population natural movement in this region, specific of the social situation, the basic human development indicators in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine on the eve of the conflict, as well as some of its social and demographic consequences.
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