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

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201. Rusinova N., Safronov V. (2019). Psychological Resources, Material Deprivation, and Health in Europe: Direct Effects and Mediation of Educational Inequalities. Teleskop: zhurnal socziologicheskikh i marketingovy`kh issledovanij, No. 5 (137), pp. 23-38. DOI: 10.33491/telescope2019.5-603

202. Ivanova E.Yu. Early career guidance as an innovative form of advancing self-determination preschoolers in a modernizing society. Primo Aspectu, 2019, Issue 1, pp. 104-109.

203. Tikhonov A.V. The Divide in Contemporary Rusian Society: Society vs. Authority. Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences. 2019;62(8):68-83. (In Russ.)

204. Grigorieva K. S. Racial profiling: the history and current state of research. Demographic review, 2019, No. 4, pp. 104-127.

205. Zaripova Z.R., Shcherbakova I.V. Exercising of the Exclusive Right to a Work Made for Hire: Sociolegal Aspects. Pravo intellektual'noy sobstvennosti [Intellectual Property Law], 2019, Issue 4, pp. 25-29.

206. Nazarenko A.V. Reality and networks: about the inesculability of the political from the cultural and social. Social and humanitarian knowledge, 2019, Issue 5, pp. 162-170.

207. Podyachev K.V. Revoliucionnye sobytiya 1917 g. i ikh sovremennaya otsenka kak otrazhenie spetsifiki razvitiya Rossii. History and modernity, 2019, No. 4 (34), pp. 36-56.

208. Shulgina E.V. The regional characteristics of modern narcotization in the Russian Federation. Sociology of medicine, 2019, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 85-91.

209. Guseynova K.E. Regions: socio-economic portrait, program of preliminary description of the region. INAB. 2019. No. 2. The attitude of the population of the pilot regions of the Russian Federation to the work of authorities and management: comparative analysis 2015-2019. P. 95-106.

210. Zadorin I., Khomyakova A. Religious self-identification of respondents in mass surveys: what is behind declared religiosity? Politeia, 2019, Issue 3(94), pp. 161-184.

211. Shlykova E.V.The Moscow youths resources of successful adaptation to the economic crisis and factors of enhancing their adaptation potential. RUDN Journal of Sociology, 2019, 19 (3), 443457. DOI: 10.22363/2313-2272-2019-19-3-443-457.

212. Ivakhnenko G. A. Retrospect of study health research in Russia: sociological analysis. Scientific thought, 2019, Issue 2, pp. 36-48.

213. Boyarkina S. Problemy reformy rossiyskogo zdravookhraneniya 20112016 gg. v otsenkakh predstaviteley vrachebnogo soobshchestva: strategii, taktiki, riski [Health Care Reform in Russia (20112016) in the Physicians Assessments: Strategies, Tactics, Risks]. Zhurnal sotsiologii i sotsialnoy antropologii [The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology], 22(3): 3956 (in Russian).

214. Mozgovaya A.V. Risk communication as a mechanism for territorial community security status formation in the process of adaptation. Society and Security Insights, 2019, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp. 137145.

215. Endryushko A.A. Role of azerbaijani national cultural associations in maintaining interethnic harmony (on the example of FNCA AzerRos). Ethnosocium and interethnic culture, 2019, No. 11 (137), pp. 79-93.

216. Temnitsky A.L., Shishkin S.V. The Role of Certification of Health Workers in Labor Motivation. Issues of state and municipal government, 2019, Issue 2, pp. 141-167.

217. Fadeev P.V. The role of the museums of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug in the formation of visitor identities. Ethnosocium and interethnic culture, 2019, No.10 (136), pp. 52-65.

218. Temnitskiy A. L. (2019) Role of worklife balance in achieving life success for the hired workers in Russia. Mo ni to ring of Pub lic Opi ni on : Eco no mic and So cial Chan ges. No. 3. P. 281298.

219. Boyarkina S.I. The role of social inequality and psychological resources of an individual in the incidence of socially significant diseases in Russia and European countries. Telescope: Journal of Sociological and Marketing Research, 2019, No5 (137), pp. 64-73.

220. Brega A.V. Russian model of interaction between government and business: between pluralism and corporatism. Social and humanitarian knowledge, 2019, Issue 6, pp. 117-129.

221. Mchedlova M.M. Rossiyskaya polikonfessional'nost' i solidarnyy obraz budushchego // Vestnik VLGU. Seriya: Sotsial'nyye i gumanitarnyye nauki. 2019. 4. S. 72-79.

222. Duka A.V. Russian power groups in the (non)political space. Instead of a foreword. Vlast' i elity [Power and Elites], 2019, 6 (1), pp. 5-14.

223. Yanitsky O.N. Russian Megapolises Under New Socio-Ecological Challenges: The Aims of the Project and the Methods Applied. Coevolution and noosphere: research, analytics, forecasting, 2019, Issue 2(8), pp. 5-24.

224. Kolesnik N.V. Russian Elite Families: Methods of Studying and Practicing Functioning. Petersburgs Sociology Today, 2019. Vol. 11, pp. 34-47.

225. Davydov A.P. Russia in search of its middle (a mediatory perspective)Issues of Social Theory. Scientific Almanac. Vol. XI. 2019. Ways of Civilizational Development. Prospect for Russia / Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Coordination Council on Philosophical Problems of Social Theory; edited by Yu.M. Reznik. M.: Publishing house of the Independent Institute of Civil Society, 2019. P. 100-109.

226. Nogovitsin O.N. Russian Art Nouveau and Problems of Society and Politics in Russia from the Turn of the 19th - 20th Centuries to the Present . Petersburgs Sociology Today, 2019. Issue. 12, pp. 206-217.

227. S.I. Hessen on Vyacheslav IVANOVs Tower. Humanities Research in the Russian Far East, 2019, No. 4 (50), pp. 137-139.

228. Pankratova L.S. Sexuality and the life course: methodological perspectives and limitations. Scientific Journal Discourse, 2019, Issue 12 (38), pp. 200-206.

229. Bozhkov O. B. Family entrepreneurship and rural development. Ostrovsky readings, 2019, Issue. 1, pp. 282-288.

230. Bozhkov O.B. Family entrepreneurship in the countryside: Some details of the portrait. RUDN Journal of Sociology, 2019, 19 (4), 787799.

231. Bozhkov O.B., Protasenko T.Z. Family in the modern world. Telescope: Journal of Sociological and Marketing Research, 2019, Issue 4, pp. 46-48.

232. Proshkova Z.V. (2019). Family as a socio-cultural factor in the development and implementation of the educational route for children. World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies, [online] 3(10). Available at: (in Russian)

233. Mikhaylyonok O.M., Lykhov V.P., Schenina O.G., Maksimov M.V. Network dimension of political relations. Science and education: economy and economy; entrepreneurship; law and management, 2019, Issue 7 (110), pp. 135-138.

234. Network society as an aspect of social reality. Socio-political research, 2019, No. 4(5), pp. 5-23.

235. Popova E.S. Job shift after the age of 45: motives and prospects for obtaining professional retraining programs. Journal of vocational education and labor market, 2019, Vol. 1, pp. 89-98.

236. Ledeneva, V.Yu. (2019), Improving migration laws in the area of adaptation and integration of migrants, Issues of Ethnopolitics, no. 3, pp. 10-21. DOI: 10.28995/2658-7041-2019-3-10-21

237. Maslovskiy M.V. The Soviet Version of Modernity: Weberian and Post-Weberian Perspectives. Russian sociological review, 2019, vol. 18, issue 2, pp. 174-188.

238. Barash R.E. Contemporary protest communication in the context of a system communicative approach. Communications. Media. Design, 2019, Vol. 4(3), pp. 140-164.

239. Adamyants T. Z. Modern working youth in the light of the integrated multidisciplinary analysis: aspects of socialization and adaptation. Social science and modernity, 2019, Issue. 3, pp. 66-78. DOI: 10.31857/S086904990005086-6

240. Konstantinovskiy D.L. Current labor market challenges and Russian youth. Education and science in Russia: state and development potential : Collection, 2019, Issue 4, pp. 272-281.

241. Morozova N.M. Migrant communities in the context of development International relations in the Nizhny Novgorod region. Scientific notes of the V. I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University. Sociology. Pedagogy. Psychology, Special issue, 2019, no. 2, pp. 7-10.

242. Peshkova V. M. (2019) Social engineering versus social studies or is changing/decisive sociology possible? Based on the IX Grushin sociological conference proceedings. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 2. P. 410-420.

243. Tikhonova N.E. Social Policy in Modern Russia: New Selective Challenges. Social Sciences and Contemporary World, 2019, Issue 3, pp. 20-35.

244. Tikhonova N.E. Social Policy in Modern Russia: New Systemic Challenges. Social Sciences and Modernity, 2019, Issue 2, pp. 5-18.

245. Shmerlina I.A. Social form: contours of concept. Politeia, 2019, Issue 3 (94), pp. 6-32.

246. Drobizheva L.M. Socio-cultural Context of Interethnic Relations in the Republic of Tatarstan. INAB, 2019, No. 1, Interethnic Relations in the Republics of the Russian Federation: the example of Tatarstan and Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, pp. 7-23.

247. Ermolaeva P. O., Yanitsky O. N., Basheva O. A., Ermolaeva Y. V., Kuznetsova I. B. (2019) Social and environmental 'sustainability through changes' of Russian mega-cities: the search for theoretical and methodological approaches.. Monitoring of Public Opinion : Economic and Social Changes. No. 2. P. 8094.

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