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

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451. Kuryukin A.N. The new normal of labor and the legal regulation of labor relations: the impact of COVID-19. In: State, labor and people: new challenges (to the 30th anniversary of the legal regulation of social partnership): collection of scientific papers of the International Scientific and Practical Conference (September 30, 2021 .) / ed. Dr. jurid. sciences, prof. S.Yu. Chucha. - M .: Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2022. P. 125-137.

452. Toshchenko Zh. T. A new socio-economic phenomenon: precariat. Noonomy and Noosociety. Almanac of Scientific Works of the S.Y. Witte INID. 2022. Vol. 1. No. 1. Pp. 146161.

453. Kolennikova O.A., Toksanbaeva M.S. New institutes for assessing the qualifications of medical specialists: functions and significance. Zdravookhranenie Rossiiskoi Federatsii (Health Care of the Russian Federation, Russian journal). 2022; 66(6): 535-541. (in Russian)

454. Burdastova Yu.V., Nenakhova Yu.S., Alekperova N.V., Markov D. I. New models of mentoring in healthcare as a way to improve the professional competencies of medical workers. Ekonomika. Nalogi. Pravo = Economics, taxes & law. 2022;15(3):69-79. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.26794/1999-849X‑2022-15-3-69-79

455. Davydenko V.A., Andrianova E.V. New turns as a strategic reorientation of the humanities. Siberian Socium. 2022. Vol. 6. No. 3 (21). Pp. 8-38. DOI: 10.21684/2587-8484-2022-6-3-8-38

456. Gnevasheva V.A. New ways of reproduction and migration of labor resources. Moscow Economic Journal. 2022. Vol. 7. No. 8. Pp. 446-464.

457. Rakhmonov A.Kh. (2022) New sanctions of the European Union and United States against Russia and their impact on Tajikistans socio-economic development. Upravlenie / Management (Russia), 10 (4), pp. 121131. DOI: 10.26425/2309-3633-2022-10-4-121-131

458. Karpuhin, O.I., Vasilyev, N.A. New social world. Creation of the basis for the destruction of national-state sovereignty. Social and humanitarian knowledge. 2022, no. 2, pp. 137-158.

459. Malinov A., Dolgova E. (2022) Normativnoye znaniye v sotsialnykh naukakh (po materialam rukopisi N.I. Kareyeva Obshchaya metodologiya gumanitarnykh nauk) [Normative knowledge in the social sciences (based on Nikolay I. Kareevs manuscript General methodology of the humanities)]. Zhurnal sotsiologii i sotsialnoy antropologii [The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology], 25(3): 4157 (in Russian).

460. Osadchaya G.I., Leskova I.V., Volkova O.A. About the international scientific and practical conference Integration processes in Eurasia: intercultural dialogue and socio-cultural practices of interaction. World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies, 3(13): 57SCSK322. Available at: (In Russ., abstract in Eng.). DOI: 10.15862/57SCSK322

461. Morgunov E.V. On scientific approaches to ensuring Russia's economic savety at the current stage of the country's development. In: Income, expenses and savings of the Russian population: trends and prospects. Materials of the VII International Scientific and Practical Conference (Moscow, November 30, 2021) / Ed. by A.V. Yarashev; FCTAS RAS, Moscow: FCTAS RAS, 2022. P. 147-152..

462. Yakimets V.N., Nikovskaya L.I. On the reform of the organization of local self-government in Russia: possible negative consequences and their minimization. In: Political challenges and political dialogue in the conditions of global turbulence: Materials of the All-Russian RAPN Conference with International Participation. Moscow, INION RAS, MGIMO of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, December 2-3, 2022/ Edited by O.V. Gman-Golutvin, L.V. Smorgunov, L.N. Timofeeva. - M.: Aspect-Press, 2022. P. 530-531.

463. Akkieva S.I., Pronina E.I. On the role of the Unified State Examination and improving knowledge of the Russian language. Problems of the system of secondary general education in the Russian Federation. Teoriya i praktika obshhestvennogo razvitiya [Theory and practice of social development]. 2022. No. 11. Pp. 1319.

464. Guseletov, B. P. (2022). On the Role and Place of Perestroika in the Cycle of Russian Soviet Reforms in XX Century: A Political Aspect, Koinon, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 8093 (in Russian). DOI: 10.15826/koinon.2022.03.1.007

465. Larina E.V. On the current state of the problem of cyberbullying. Sociology and Law. 2022;14(3):299-305. (In Russ.)

466. Shmerlina I.A. On the phenomenological Horizons of the Methodology of History of A.S. Lappo-Danilevsky. Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology. Vol. 11. No. 2. Pp. 689-710.

467. Nikovskaya L.I., Yakimets V.N. On the digital transformation of municipal public policy: problems, tools, strategy, practice. In: Political in the conditions of digital transformations: Materials of the All-Russian Scientific Conference (with international participation) The Political in the Context of Digital Transformations: Philosophy, Science, technology, September 24-25, 2021, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg / Edited by L.V. Smorgunov, A.V. Kurochkin, O.A. Ignatieva. M.: Publishing House Aspect Press, 2022.- 383 p. P. 199-212.

468. Baymurzina G.R., Kabashova E.V., Utyasheva I.B. Sufficiency of social infrastructure facilities in small towns of the Republic of Bashkortostan. In: Sociocultural potential of small towns of Russia: collection of articles / Ed. M. F. Chernysh, V. V. Markin; FCTAS RAS. M.: FCTAS RAS, 2022. P. 155-168.

469. Mchedlova E.M. (2022). The image of the future interaction of the state and religious and social forces. Knowledge. Understanding. Skill. 3. Pp. 177-184. DOI:

470. Andrianova E.V., Borisenko N.A., Zheltikova I.V., Chernaya V.V. The Image of the Future: socio- ecological and economic model - 2030, 2050, 2100. Abyss (Problems of Philosophy, Political Science and Social Anthropology ). 2022. No. 2 (20). Pp. 167-182.

471. Shilova V. A., Vedenin V. A. The image of the enemy in information wars in the context of Russias relations with Ukraine, Great Britain and the USA in 2019 (analysis of the content of political bloggers of the Twitter social network). Communications. Media. Design. 2022. Vol. 7. No. 4. Pp. 27-66.

472. Sitnikova E.L., Chernysheva N.V., Shinkarenko E.A. The Image of a Woman-Mother in the Central Press of the War Years: An Analysis of the Main Plots. Woman in Russian Society. 2022. No. 4. Pp. 152-160.

473. Andreev A., Slobodeniuk E. Russia's Image of the Future in the Mass Consciousness of Russians. In: Russian society and the challenges of time. Book Six / FCTAS RAS, Institute of Sociology. Ed. by M.K. Gorshkov and N.E. Tikhonova. Moscow: Publishing House Ves Mir, 2022. P. 228-250.

474. Proshkova Z.V., Yeremenko Ya.Ye. Education in online schools in assessments of the older family generation. World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies, 4. Available at: DOI: 10.15862/04SCSK422

475. Shirokalova G.S., Pronina E.I. Education as a social elevator. Vestnik of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod. Social Sciences. 2022. No. 3 (67). Pp. 177-181.

476. Rakhmonov A.Kh. Educational migration from Tajikistan to Russia: trends and consequences. Upravlenie/Management (Russia), 10 (3), pp. 5967.

477. Chernyshev K.A., Petrov E.Yu. Educational space of a depressed region: digital data-based research. Social and economic systems. 2022. No. 6-2 (30.2). Pp. 264-275.

478. Chernyshev K.A., Petrov E.Yu. Educational migrations in the regions of the Chernozem region: identification of zones of attraction of city centers. In: Municipal formations of Russian regions: problems of research, development and management: materials of the V All-Russian interdepartmental scientific and practical conference with international participation (Voronezh, November 10-12, 2022) / Under total edited by R.E. Rogozina. - Voronezh: Digital Polygraphy Publishing House, 2022. P. 189-191.

479. Tikhonova N.E. General and specific in the changes in the socio-economic situation of different population groups in the context of anti-Russian sanctions. In: Russian society and the challenges of time. Book Six / FCTAS RAS, Institute of Sociology. Ed. by M.K. Gorshkov and N.E. Tikhonova. Moscow: Publishing House Ves Mir, 2022. P. 61-94.

480. Zubok Yu.A., Chankova E.V. Youth communication: sociocultural features expectations. Socialnye i gumanitarnye znanija. 2022. Vol. 8, No 2. P. 178-189. DOI 10.18255/2412-6519-2022-2-178-189.

481. Velikaya, N.M. (2022). Public legitimation of political power in the context of civil society transforming in modern Russia, RSUH/RGGU Bulletin. Philosophy. Sociology. Art Studies Series, no. 2, pp. 5971, DOI: 10.28995/2073-6401-2022-3-59-71

482. Veber A.B. Society and nature: the transformed interactions and evolution of interpretations. Vek Globalizatsii [Age of Globalization], 2022, No. 2, pp. 70-85.

483. Babich N.S., Batykov I.V. (2022). Consumer society and social development: Modeling statistical relationships. Economic and Social Changes: Facts, Trends, Forecast, 15(5), 189202. DOI: 10.15838/esc.2022.5.83.10

484. Rostovskaya T. K., Suleimanly A. D., Gnevasheva V. A., Tolmachev D. P. Loneliness in the pandemic: Country overview. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Sociology. Politology, 2022, vol. 22, iss. 1, . 1722 (in Russian).

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