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

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551. Ermolaeva Yu.V. Industry characteristics of the implementation of ESG strategies in the labor market in Russia. Financial markets and Banks. 2022. No. 6. Pp. 16-22.

552. Shchelkin A. G. Fathers and children a sociological portrait of generations in an ontological interior. St. Petersburg Sociology Today. No. 18. Pp. 534.

553. Firsov M.V., Lelchitsky I.D., Chernikova A.A., Ivleva S.A. The Formation of Professional Social Work in the Context of Postmodernist Discourses: An Assessment of Dynamics from 1991 to 2000. Bulletin of the Tver State University. Series: Pedagogy and psychology. 2022. No. 3 (60). Pp. 262-273.

554. Kozyreva P. M., Smirnov A. I. Seeking Common Ground: Intergenerational Cooperation in Post-Soviet Russia (An Overview on the Bases of RLMS-HSE Data for 19942020). In: Bulletin of the Russian monitoring of the economic situationand public health of the Higher School of Economics (RLMS ‑ HSE). Issue 12 [Electronicresource]: Sat. scientific. Art. / resp. ed. P.M. Kozyreva. - Electron. text. Dan. (volume 2.17 Mb). Moscow: National Research University Higher School of Economics. 2022. P. 129-149.

555. Kabashova E.V. Assessment of interregional inequality in the quality of life of the population in the Russian Federation. Management Accounting. 2022. No. 11-3. Pp. 748-758. DOI: 10.25806/uu11-32022748-758.

556. Savina A.A., Zemlyanova E.V., Feiginova S.I., Tarasov N.A. Estimation of shifts in the age profile of adult mortality in Moscow during the pandemic. Zdravookhraneniye Rossiyskoy Federatsii. 2022. Vol. 66. No. 6. Pp. 451-458. DOI 10.47470/0044-197X-2022-66-6-451-458.

557. Riazanova S.V., Mitrofanova A.V. The palette of memory sites of political repressions: monuments and counter-monuments. Perm university herald. History. 2022. No. 58(3). Pp. 152162.

558. Pozdniakova M. E., Bryuno V. V. Drug trafficking in Russia and in the world during the pandemic COVID-19. Sociology and Law. 2022;14(2): 140-154. DOI:10.35854/2219-6242-2022-2-140-154

559. Dobrokhleb V.G. Pandemic and income of the older generation of modern Russia. In: Incomes, 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. Yarasheva; NGITS RAS. M. : SNITS RAS, 2022. P. 66-69.

560. Grebyak O.V. (2022) Paradox of Information Security in the Digital Age. Znanie. Ponimanie. Umenie. No. 2. Pp. 238-247. DOI 10.17805/zpu.2022.2.17

561. Andrianova E. V., Davydenko V. A., Ushakova Yu. V. 2021. On the relationship between definitions of sociology of rural areas, social space and social geography: similarities and differences. Part 1. Social Area, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 1-18. DOI: 10.15838/sa.2021.1.28.2. [In Russian]

562. Guseletov, B.P. (2022). Parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan 2021 and their impact on the countrys further integration into the EAEU, RSUH/RGGU Bulletin. Eurasian Studies. History. Political Science. International Relations Series, no. 3, pp. 5064, DOI: 10.28995/2686-7648-2022-3-50-64

563. Semyonova V.G., Ivanova A.E., Sabgayda T.P., Evdokushkina G.N., Zaporozhchenko V.G. The first year of the pandemic: social response in the context of causes of death. Health care of the Russian Federation. 2022;66(2):93-100. (In Russ.)

564. Mokin K.S., Baryshnaya N.A. Census as a Form of Fixing Territorial Identity in the Assessments of Young People. Bulletin of the Volga Region Institute of Administration 2022. Vol. 22. No. 2. Pp. 62-72.

565. Rostovskaya, T. K. & Zolotareva, O. A. (2022). Transition to a New Technological Paradigm as a Determinant of the Population Welfare Growth in Russian Regions. Ekonomika regiona/Economy of regions, 18(3), 623-637,

566. Mishchuk S.N. Periodization of russian-chinese agricultural cooperation in the Jewish Autonomous Region in the post-soviet period. Regionalnye problemy, 2022, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 142145. (In Russ.)

567. Astafyev Ya.U. Promising niches of additional education in IT specialties. Sovremennaya nauka: aktualnye problemy teorii I praktiki. Seriya: Ekonomika I pravo. [Modern science: actual problems of theory and practice. Series Economics and Law]. 2022. No. 10. Pp. 198-205. (In Russ.).

568. Vinokurova A.V., Ardalyanova A.Yu. The prospects of an unprospective small town: the opportunities for development of sociocultural space (based on materials of the Spassk-Dalny Primorye territory). 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. 142-154.

569. Malinov A. (2022). The Fruits of Enlightenment: Reflections on G. I. Smaginas Book To Cognise Science Historically: Russian History of Science in the First Decades of the 20th Century. Voprosy istorii estestvoznaniia i tekhniki. vol. 43, no. 1, pp.170-177 DOI: 10.31857/S020596060019046-2

570. Evdokimova E.P. Everyday life of the population of a large city in a normative dimension: Practices of bypassing urban institutionalized norms and rules. Sociology and Law. 2022;14(4):428-435. (In Russ.)

571. Voronin, A. V., Mehrishvili, L. L., & Farakhutdinov, Sh. F. (2022). Increasing the labor productivity of regional enterprises in the context of the implementation of federal national projects. Proceedings from Higher Educational Institutions. Sociology. Economics. Politics, (1), pp. 9-26. (In Russian). DOI: 10.31660/1993-1824-2022-1-9-26

572. Chernysheva N.V. Preparation And Conduct Of The All-Union Population Census Of 1939 On The Territory Of The Volga-Vyatka Region. Bulletin of State and Municipal Administration. 2022. Vol. 11. No 2. Pp. 6877.

573. Trofimova I.N. Training of modern specialists: digital competencies and opportunities. In: Distance learning in higher education: experience, problems and development prospects: XV All-Russian scientific and practical conference with international participation, April 20, 2022 St. Petersburg: SPbGUP, 2022. P. 23- 24.

574. Petukhova I.S., Shchekina I.V. Elderly people in the network space. International Journal of Open Information Technologies. 2022. Vol. 10. No. 11. Pp. 35-40.

575. Kornilova M.V. Elderly People in the Modern World: New Challenges and Opportunities for Adaptation (Based on the Materials of the Conference of Young Scientists at the IS FCTAS RAS) // Society and Security Insights. 2022. .5, 4. P. 195-206. doi: 10.14258/ssi(2022)4-12.

576. Maslovskaya E.V. The field of legal translation: Organizational structures and forms of capital. RUDN Journal of Sociology. 2022. Vol. 22. No. 3. Pp. 590-604. doi: 10.22363/2313-2272-2022-22-3-590-604

577. Galkin K.A. The policy of active longevity in Russia and China. Bulletin of the Voronezh State University. Series: History. Political science. Sociology. 2022. No. 3. Pp. 9-15.

578. Kuryukin A.N. Russian policy 2020 before the challenges of industry 4.0: Main development scenarios. In: Political challenges and political dialogue in the context of global turbulence: Proceedings of the All-Russian Conference of RAPN with international participation. Moscow, INION RAS, MGIMO MFA of Russia, December 23, 2022 / Eds. O.V. Gaman-Golutvina, L.V. Smorgunova, L.N. Timofeeva. M.: Aspect Press, 2022. P. 247-248.

579. Kolesnik N.V., Kornienko A.V., Khosueva S.D. Political socialization, social networks and communications: the main directions of research. St. Petersburg Sociology Today. 2022. No. 18. . 86-100.

580. Kolesnik N.V., Khosueva S.D. (2022), Political communications and game mechanics, Semioticheskie issledovanija. Semiotic studies, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 119127, DOI: 2966-2022-2-3-119-127

581. Koval O.A., Kriukova E.B. The Political Space of Fiction: A Literary Reflection of the Banality of Evil. Chelovek. 2022. Vol. 33. No 4. p. 94110. DOI: 10.31857/S023620070021630-0

582. Sergeyeva O. V. (2022) Visiting abandoned spaces in the perspective of emotion studies. Sotsiologiya Goroda [Urban Sociology], no. 1-2, pp. 514 (in Russian). DOI: 10.35211/19943520_2022_1-2_5

583. Ivanova L.Yu. Health consequences and control of the use of information and communication technologies by children and adolescents: literature review. Sociology of medicine. 2022. Vol. 21. No.1. Pp. 97−107. DOI: 10.17816/socm109663

584. Galkin K. A., Parfenova O. A. (2022) The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Cultural Organizations: The Case of Russia. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 3. P. 254276. https://

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