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1.  Max Scheler. Thoughts on Politics and Morality. On the National Ideas of Great Nations / Trans. from German, notes and com., accompanying articles by A.N. Malinkin. - Moscow; St. Petersburg: Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2024. 220 p.

2. Pain E.A. Nation and Ethnos: The Nonlinear Evolution of Ethnological Concepts in Russia. Mir Rossii. 2024. Vol. 33. No. 1. Pp. 628. (In Russian)

3. Shchenina O.G. The evolution of legal education of schoolchildren in the context of the educational subject Social Studies. Teaching history at school. 2024. No. 2. Pp. 26-31.


4. Mozgovaya, A. V. (2023) Adaptatsiia zhenshchin k sotsialnym izmeneniiam: resursnyĭ potentsial [Womens adaptation to social changes: resource potential], Zhenshchina v rossiĭskom obshchestve, no. 2, pp. 4759.

5. Galkin K.A. Adaptation of elderly people and various inequalities in the post-pandemic time. Vestnik Universiteta. 2023;(8):193-200. (In Russ.)

6. Chepurenko A., Galitsky E., Oslon A. Adaptation of Russian Small Business to the COVID-19 Pandemic Shocks: The First Evidence of a Longitude. Social Sciences and Contemporary World. 2023. No. 2. P. 90110.

7. Gorina T.I. Adaptive strategies of entrepreneurs during the pandemic. In: Informal employment in Russia and Mongolia in modern conditions: Col. monograph / scientific ed. Z. T. Golenkova, ed. D. D. Badaraev. Ulan-Ude: Publishing House of the BNC SB RAS, 2023. P. 94-125.

8. Galkin K. A. Active longevity in Russia: individual strategies of the elderly. Bulletin of the Nizhny Novgorod University named after N.I. Lobachevsky. Series: Social Sciences. 2023. No. 3. Pp. 94-101.

9. KKornilova M.V. Active Longevity: Searching for Answers to New Challenges (on the Example of the Program Moscow Longevity). Discourse. 2023;9(6):74-89. (In Russ.)

10. Vidyasova L.A. Active and delayed aging in the assessments of the elderly (according to a pilot study in St. Petersburg). The Journal of Social Policy Studies. 2023. Vol. 21. No. 3. Pp. 485-502. DOI: 10.17323/727-0634-2023-21-3-485-502

11. Dobrokhleb V.G. The relevance of strengthening the link between generations of the EAEU countries in the context of demographic aging. In: Cultural heritage and the link between generations: monograph / E.S. Baeva, A.A., Balyasov, S.A. Barkov, L.A. Belyaeva [et al.] / Under the general editorship of prof. Z.H. Saralieva. N. Novgorod: NNSUI. Lobachevsky, 2023. P. 81-93.

12. Mamonova O.N,. Kolesnikova K.G. Actual problems of mentoring in the system of transformation of the Bologna process in Russia. In: Social processes in modern Russian society: problems and prospects : Materials VII All-Russian Scientific Conference with international participation. Irkutsk, April 21, 2023 / IGU; [ed. by O. B. Istomin]. Irkutsk : IGU Publishing House, 2023. P. 235-239. 1 electronic optical disc

13. Gavrilov L.A., Gavrilova N.S. Actuarial Aging Rate in Human Cohorts. Biokhimiya, 2023, 88(11): 2156-2165.

14. Larina E.V. Alcoholization of minors as a social problem. Society. Environment. Development. 2023. No. 2. Pp. 4145. DOI 10.53115/19975996_2023_02_041045.

15. Rebrov, S.A. (2023). Althussers interpretation of the political philosophy of Machiavelli. Review of the Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities, 24(2), 77-84.

16. Davydenko A.V., Andrianova E.V. Ambivalence as an umbrella concept. Reflections on the publication of the book: Radaev, V. and Kotelnikova, Z. (eds). 2022. The Ambivalence of Power in the Twenty-First-Century Economy: Cases from Russia and beyond. London: UCL Press, 369 pages. Part 1. Siberian Socium. 2023. Vol. 7. No. 1 (23). Pp. 88-111. DOI: 10.21684/2587-8484-2023-7-1-88-111

17. Rostovskaya, T. K., & Fomina, O. E. (2023). Analyzing dissertation research in sociology of 20122022 period. Management Issues, 17(5), 6781. DOI 10.22394/2304-3369-2023-5-67-81.

18. Morgunov E.V., Rostovtsev A.I. Analysis of the Economic Interaction of Educationand Gross Regional Product as Parametershuman Development in the Regions of Russia. Regional problems of transforming the economy. 2023. No. 7 (153). Pp. 72-81.

19. Golbraikh V.B.Russian anti-vaccine movement in social media: protests, forms of participation. Current problems of Europe. 2023. No. 3 (119). Pp. 194-213.

20. Osadchaya G.I., Yudina T.N. Armenian Diaspora in Russia: Employment and Socio-economic Well-being. Uroven' zhizni naseleniya regionov Rossii=Living Standards of the Population in the Regions of Russia. 2023;19(4):602615. (In Russ.)

21. Yudina T.N., Besfamilnyi D.A. (2023), The Armenian Diaspora in Social Networks, Research Result. Sociology and management, 9(2), 194-209. DOI: 10.18413/2408-9338-2023-9-2-1-5

22. Gnevasheva V. A., Belotelkin K. S. Aspects of determining the relationship between investment projects and the social capital index. Moscow Economic Journal. 2023. Vol. 8. No. 11. Pp. 564-577.

23. B.G. Tukumtsev - scientist, humanist, educator. In: Budimir G. Tukumtsev: the best articles. Ed. by Bocharov V.Yu. Samara: Samara University Press; 2023. P. 580-588.

24. Tikhonova N.E., Slobodenyuk E.D. Poverty and poverty of Russian professionals: scale and causes. In: Human capital of Russian professionals: state, dynamics, factors : [monograph] / N. E. Tikhonova, Y. V. Latov, N. V. Latova [et al] ; ed. by N. E. Tikhonova, Y. V. Latov ; FCTAS RAS. . : FCTAS RAS, 2023. . 280-306.

25. Epikhina Y.B. (2023) Well-being as an Indicator of Subjective Mobility. Mir Rossii, vol. 32, no 3, pp. 97118 (in Russian). DOI: 10.17323/1811-038X-2023-32-3-97-118

26. Makeeva S.B. The Great Northern Wasteland (Beidahuang) in 19491966: pages of the regional and demographic history of the Chinese province of Heilongjiang // Bulletin of the Omsk University. Ser. Historical sciences. Omsk, 2023. Vol. 10. No. 2 (38). Pp. 7-16.

27. Rostovskaya T.K., Shabunova A.A., Kalachikova O.N. Marriage and family conceptions of student youth: according to the resalts of the authors study. Woman in Russian society. 2023. No. 3. Pp. 31-42.

28. Rassolova E. N., Galkin K. A. The future, innovations and new professions. Review of the scientific seminar Modernization and innovative development of cities and the urban sphere of work. St. Petersburg Sociology today. 2023. No. 4 (21). Pp. 135-139.

29. Savchenko I. A., Shirokalova G. S. In the coordinates of modern urbanism. Discourse on the main thing. Technologies of social and humanitarian research. NGLU. 2023. No.3 (3). Pp. 124-131.

30. Viner B.E. Most Important Elements of the Soviet Theory of Ethnos: Prospects for Use in Modern Theories of Ethnicity. Bulletin of the Irkutsk State University. Geoarchaeology, Ethnology, and Anthropology Series. 2023, Vol. 45, pp. 7792. (in Russ.)

31. Rostovskaya T.K. Introduction. In:Russian society and the state in the context of the formation of a new world order: the demographic situation in 2022: [monograph] / S. V. Ryazantsev [and others]; resp. ed. S. V. Ryazantsev, T. K. Rostovskaya; FNISC RAS. - Moscow: Prospekt, 2023. - P. 67.

32. Latov Y.V. Introduction. In: Human capital of Russian professionals: state, dynamics, factors : [monograph] / N. E. Tikhonova, Y. V. Latov, N. V. Latova [et al] ; ed. by N. E. Tikhonova, Y. V. Latov ; FCTAS RAS. . : FCTAS RAS, 2023. P. 5-15.

33. Mikhaylyonok O.M. Introduction. Networks. Hierarchies. Politics. In: Transformation of political relations in a networked society: [[monograph] / O. M. Mikhaylenok, A.V. Brega, O. A. Voronkova [et al.];ed. by O. M. Mikhaylenok ; SIC RAS. M. : FNISTC RAS, 2023. P. 4-21.

34. Latov Y.V. Vector of human capital evolution of professionals and prospects for Russia's international competitiveness. In: Human capital of Russian professionals: state, dynamics, factors : [monograph] / N. E. Tikhonova, Y. V. Latov, N. V. Latova [et al] ; ed. by N. E. Tikhonova, Y. V. Latov ; FCTAS RAS. . : FCTAS RAS, 2023. P. 407-439.

35. Chernysheva L.A. Veloprokat. Neprikosnovennyy zapas. Debaty o politike i kul'ture. 2023. No. 1(147). Pp. 137-142.

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