Institute of Sociology
of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology
of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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51. Scherbina V.V. The dualistic logic of the development of sociological theory. Part 1. Personality. Culture. Society, 2019, Vol. 21, Issue 3-4 (103-104), pp. 98-111.

52. Galindabaeva V.V. Women in Difficult Life Situations: Managerial Practices of Social Services. Sociology and Law, 2019, Issue 4(46), pp. 18-25.

53. Divisenko K.S. Life plans of high school students yesterday and today. Psychology of Learning, 2019. Issue 5, pp. 41-51.

54. Anikin V. A., Lezhnina Y. P., Mareeva S. V., Slobodenyuk E. D. (2019) Russian Public Demand for State Assistance: Social Investment or Social Support? Mo ni to ring of Pub lic Opi ni on : Eco no mic and So cial Chan ges. No. 3 . P. 345 366 .

55. Mitrofanova A.V. Protecting traditional values and orthodox radicalism (the case of the republic of Moldova). Perm university herald. History, 2019, No 4(47), pp. 19-29.

56. Yanitsky O.N. An ideal city, its statics and dynamics. IKBFU's Vestnik. Ser. The Humanities and social Science, 2019, Issue 1, pp. 43-58.

57. Khukhlaev O.E., Alexandrova E.A., Gritsenko V.V., Konstantinov V.V., Kuznetsov I.M., Pavlova O.S., Ryzhova S.V., Shorokhova V.A. Religious Group Identification and Ethno-National Attitudes in Buddhist, Muslim and Orthodox Youth. Cultural-Historical Psychology, 2019, Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 71-82.

58. Polukhina, E. and Vanke, A. (2019) The Identity of the Industrial Worker in a Post-soviet Context: An Ethnographic Case Study of the Uralmash District, The Journal of Social Policy Studies, 17(2), pp. 237-252.

59. Barash R.E. Identity and Multiculturalism. In Search of the Basic Categories of its Analysis. Voprosy filosofii, 2019, Issue 1, pp. 31-34.

60. Manuilskiy M.A. Identity as a modus of human nature. Human Being, 2019, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 29-44.

61. Divisenko K.S. Changes in the gender ideals of high school students (2010 - 2018). Telescope: Journal of Sociological and Marketing Research, 2019. Issue 5, pp. 17-22.

62. Mastikova N.S. Changes introduced by migrants and their assessment by Russians (according to the data of the European Social Research). Social Sciences and Modernit, 2019, Issue 2, pp. 160-169.

63. Kogan, E. A., Pronina, E. I., & Karelova, D. G. (2019). The research of high school students views about schooling and its impact on the development of their personality. Perspektivy nauki i obrazovania Perspectives of Science and Education, 39 (3), 266-273. doi: 10.32744/pse.2019.3.20

64. Dokuka Sofia Vladimirovna. Study of the attitude to the national projects implementation in the regions (based on the content analysis results of regional print media in four regions of the Russian Federation). INAB. 2019. 2.The Russian Federation pilot regions population ratio to the work of authorities and management: the comparative analysis of 2015-2019. P. 6287. DOI: 10.19181/inab.2019.2.3

65. Popova I.P. Engineer in modern Russia: Lessons of professional dynasty. Interview with V.F. Shukhov, president of Shukhovs temples fond by I.P. Popova. Alma mater. Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly (Higher School Herald), 2019, Issue 3, pp. 8-18.

66. Mansurov V.A., Ivanova E.Yu. Russian Engineering Dynasties in the Light of Modernizational Changes. Bulletin of the russian foundation for basic research. humanities and social sciences, 2019, Issue 1, pp 62-75.

67. Markin V.V., Voronov V.V., Ilisko D. Inovations in Training Scientific-Pedagogical Personnel of Higher Qualification: International Experience and Russian Realities (Expert Opinion). Innovatics and Expert Examination, 2019, vol. 2 (27), pp. 121-134.

68. Gasparishvili. A.T., Allakhverdiyeva. L.M. Innovatsii i traditsii v rossiyskom vysshem obrazovanii: sotsialno-ekonomicheskiye aspekty [Innovations and traditions in Russian higher education: social and economic aspects]. Sotsialno-gumanitarnyye znaniya, 2019, Issue 4, pp. 35-41.

69. Ryzhova N.P., Guzej Ya.S., Karbainov N.I. Property right over land: seizures, recourse abundance and features of enforcement in the Russian Far East. Ojkumena. Regional researches, 2019, Issue 1, pp. 114-122.

70. Bystrova A., Daugavet A., Duka A., Kolesnik N., Nevskiy A., Tev D. Institutsionalizatsiya politicheskoy elity: istochniki rekrutirovaniya i karyera [Institutionalization of the political elite: sources of recruitment and career]. Vlast i elity [Power and Elites], 2019, 6 (2), pp. 2466.

71. Kuznetsov I.M., Frolova E.V. Integration of migrants in the public opinion of the inhabitants of the Republic of Tatarstan. INAB, 2019, No 1, Interethnic relations in the republics of the Russian Federation: an example of Tatarstan and Sakha (Yakutia), pp. 7487.

72. Makarevich E.F., Karpuhin O.I. Intellectual culture of power and national security. Socio-humanitarian knowledge, 2019, issue 3, pp. 7-36.

73. Savchenko I. A., Snegireva L. A., Ustinkin S. V. the Origins of corruption in the empirical dimension. Legal science and practice: Bulletin of the Nizhny Novgorod Academy of the Russian interior Ministry, 2019, No. 2, pp. 157-163.

74. Eremenko I.A. (2019). Historical Memory and its Institutionalization in Cultural Heritage Sites on the Example of Russia and Germany. Vestnik of Perm University. History, 2019, Issue 4 (47), pp. 41-49.

75. Barash R.E. He Historical Memory of The Russias Citizens under the Influence of Current Social and Political Context. Sociopolitical sciences, 2019, Vol. 9, Issue 5, pp. 22-27.

76. Volkov Yu.G. To heal the trauma: Review of the book: Toshchenko Zh.T. Prekariat: From Protoclass to a New Class. Moscow: Nauka; 2018. 350 p. RUDN Journal of Sociology, 2019, Vol. 19, Issue 2, pp. 364372.

77. Malinov A.V. On the 400th Anniversary of Yuri Kryzhanich. Filosoficheskiye pis'ma. Russko-yevropeyskiy dialog, 2019, Issue 1, pp. 114124.

78. Flyagin A.M. On the issue of the appointment period of heads of constituent entities of the Russian Federation as a way of enhancing the influence of power structures. Scientific notes of the Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky. Sociology. Pedagogy. Psychology, 2019, Special issue No. 2, pp. 7881.

79. Gofman A. (2019) On the Theoretical Reconstruction of Durkheim

80. Shchelkin A.G. Seek Like Similarity: What Is Wrong With The Legalization Of Same-Sex Marriage? Petersburgs Sociology Today, 2019, Issue. 12, pp. 173-190.

81. Antonovskiy A.Yu., Barash R.E. How do We Criticize Max Weber Today? Voprosy filosofii, 2019, Issue 8, pp. 10-14.

82. Karbainov N.I. Karyms and yasaks in the Irkutsk province and Transbaikal region at the end of the 19th century: the number of ethno-confessional groups and their class structure. Historical Demography, 2019, Issue. 1 (23), pp. 27-31.

83. Tev D. Career after leaving the government of the Russian Federation: some characteristics. Vlast' i elity [Power and Elites], 2019, 6 (1), pp. 98-138.

84. Ryumina E.V. Quality of life as factor of influence on qualitative characteristics of the population. Journal of Economy and Business, 2019, No 7, pp. 134-139.

85. Gofman A.B. The classic doesnt want and cant become like that is invented by the interpretor. Researches in Religious Studies, 2019. Issue 1 (19), pp. 111-116.

86. Parfenova O. A. The Key Agents of Care for Older People in Modern Russia. Petersburgs Sociology Today, 2019. Vol. 11, pp. 22-33. DOI: 10.25990/socinstras.pss-11.va9x-vc30

87. Zemnukhova, L. 2019. When Okay, Google Fails: How to Search for Counseling in the World of Humans and Technologies. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research. 11, 1 (May 2019), 166-176.

88. Bineeva N.K. The cognitive model within and inter-regional migration processes: the structure of direct and reverse factors (for example, the Rostov region). Engineering Herald of the Don, 2019, No. 9, pp. 104-114.

89. Ustinkin S.V., Savrutskaya E.P., Morozova N.M. Quantitative and qualitative characteristics Monitoring the State of the Environment of Students Nizhny Novgorod region (2006-2019). Scientific notes of the V. I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University. Sociology. Pedagogy. Psychology, Special issue, 2019, no. 2, pp. 69-73.

90. Parfenova O. A., Petukhova I. S. (2019) Competition for the care for the elderly: strategies of social services in the new environment. Monitoring of Public Opinion : Economic and Social Chan ges. No. 4. P. 173186.

91. Tykanova E.V., Khokhlova A.M. Interaction configuration of St. Petersburg social movements organizations aimed at improving the urban environment quality. Sodial Area, 2019, Issue 5 (22), pp. 1-17.

92. Chirikova A., Ledyaev V. Leadership and Power in a small russian Town: Vectors of Change. Vlast' i elity [Power and Elites], 2019, Vol. 6 (1), p. 216-238.

93. Ryygas EV. Conflict Potential of the Sacred Space in the Ortho-dox Churches (on the Example of City Churches of St. Petersburg). Studia Religiosa Rossica: Russian Journal of Religion. 2019;2:36-51. DOI: 10.28995/2658-4158-2019-2-36-51

94. Kolomiecz V.K. Conceptualization of development: modern approaches. History&Modernity, 2019, Issue 3(33), pp. 49-62.

95. Katernyi I. V. (2019) Theorizing social ontology of posthumanism: sociological implications. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 6. P. 1334.

96. Kanygin G.V., Poltinnikova M.S., Koretskaya V.S. Conceptual generalization of sociological data. Teleskop zhurnal sociologicheskih i marketingovyh issledovanij, 2019, Issue 3, pp. 41-47.

97. Galindabaeva V.V. Concepts of historical memory of Kryashen in Tatarstan: elitists versions of history and collective memory. Teleskop zhurnal sociologicheskih i marketingovyh issledovanij, 2019, Issue 5, pp. 10-16.

98. Latov Yu.V. Corruption in the mirror of Russian public opinion: problems, contradictions, paradoxes // Journal of Institutional Studies, 2019, Issue 11(4), pp. 40-60.

99. Oganisyan Yu.S. Corruption in post-Soviet Russia. Social and political origins. History and modernity, 2019, No. 2 (32), pp. 69-89.

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