The functioning of society is associated with a variety of threats and risks, which, in turn, determine the emergence of anxiety, anxiety, and fear. Tracking the dynamics of quantitative and qualitative indicators of such conditions during periods of economic crises, political and military conflicts, natural and man-made disasters, and pandemics is especially relevant. This article presents the authors’ theoretical substantiation of fear as a sociopsychological state of the individual. Also, based on the systematization of the results of empirical sociological research, analysis of the state, structure, and dynamics of collective and individual fears of the population of Ukraine in the period of independence 1992–2021 was carried out.

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