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

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2022

601. 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

602. 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.

603. 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.

604. 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.

605. Kolesnik N.V., Khosueva S.D. (2022), Political communications and game mechanics, Semioticheskie issledovanija. Semiotic studies, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 119127, DOI: http://doi.org/10.18287/2782- 2966-2022-2-3-119-127

606. 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

607. 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

608. 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

609. 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:// doi.org/10.14515/monitoring.2022.3.2109.

610. Barash R.E. Post memory of the Soviet past as the foundation of the Russian present. In: Diagnosis of modernity and global social challenges in socio-philosophical reflection / K.H. Momdjian, E.G. Tsurkan, O.A. Efremov [et al.]; Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Social Philosophy and Philosophy of History of the Faculty of Philosophy. Moscow: Logos. OOO NPT. 2022. P. 72-86.

611. Kolennikova N. The post-pandemic effects of Covid-19 and their impact on the mass consciousness and behavioural practices 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. 95-118.

612. Ageev A.I., Glaz'ev S.Yu., Mityaev D.A., Zolotareva O.A., Pereslegin S.B. Postroenie modeli prognoza kursa valyut na dolgosrochnom i kratkosrochnom gorizontakh [Building a Model for Forecasting the Exchange Rate on the Long-term and Short-term Horizons]. Ekonomicheskie strategii, 2022, no 6 (186), pp. 1625, available at: DOI: https://doi.org/10.33917/es-6.186.2022.16-25

613. Moskaleva S.M. Post-Socialist city in the mirror of global governance transformation // Urban Studies. 2022. 3. P. 108 - 122. DOI: 10.7256/2310-8673.2022.3.37777 EDN: AGWBUM URL: https://en.nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=37777

614. Savina A.A., Zemlyanova E.V., Feiginova S.I. Potential births loss due to male and female infertility in Moscow. City Healthare. 2022;3(3):3945 doi:10.47619/2713-2617.zm.2022.v.3i3;3945

615. Ruban L.S. Why did the Caspian not become an oil and gas Klondike, and what are the political reserves of oil? Modern Science: actual problems of theory and practice. Series of Economics and law. 2022. No. 4. Pp. 78-85. DOI 10.37882/2223-2974.2022.04.25

616. Sychev A.A., Fofanova K.V. The right to small town: from public spaces to creative action. 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. 25-35.

617. Larina E.V. Legal consciousness of adolescents and deviations. Humanities, social-economic and social sciences. 2022. No. 12. Pp. 60-67. DOI: 10.23672/SAE.2022.63.52.001

618. Mchedlova E.M. Orthodox values in the culture of the residents of the Russian regions. Kavkaz-forum. 2022. No. 12 (19). Pp. 107-116. DOI 10.46698/VNC.2022.19.12.008

619. Galkin K.A. Health-saving practices of elderly people in rural areas after COVID-19. Nizhny Novgorod University named after N. I. Lobachevsky. Social Sciences. 2022. 3 (67). P. 126-134. DOI 10.52452/18115942_2022_3_126

620. Chernysheva L. A. (2022) Sharing practices in a large housing estate. Sotsiologiya Goroda [Urban Sociology], no. 3, pp. 521 (in Russian). DOI: 10.35211/19943520_2022_3_5

621. Chernysheva N.V. Pre-war agricultural resettlement of residents of the Volga-Vyatka region (1939-June 1941). Bulletin of the Orenburg State Pedagogical University. Electronic scientific journal. 2022. No. 3 (43). Pp. 179-191.

622. Chernysh M.F. Preface. 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. 9-12.

623. Endryushko A.A. Russians' Ideas about the Influence of Ethnicity on Social Advancement in the Labor Sphere. In: Russian Identity and Interethnic Relations. Public Discourse and Social Practice : [monograph] / L.M. Drobizheva, E.M. Arutyunova, M. A. Evseeva [et al.] ; ed. by I.M. Kuznetsov, S.V. Ryzhova ; FNISTC RAS. Moscow : FNISTC RAS, 2022. P. 272-292.

624. Evseeva M.A. Russians' Ideas about the Ethnically Marked Space of Power. In: Russian Identity and Interethnic Relations. Public Discourse and Social Practice : [monograph] / L.M. Drobizheva, E.M. Arutyunova, M. A. Evseeva [et al.] ; ed. by I.M. Kuznetsov, S.V. Ryzhova ; FNISTC RAS. Moscow : FNISTC RAS, 2022. P. 292-310.

625. Ter-Akopov A.A. Precariat as a factor of the population labor migration. Nauchnoe obozrenie. Seriya 1. Jekonomika i prav [Scientific Review. Series 1. Economics and Law]. 2022. N. 4. . 93-102. DOI: 10.26653/2076-4650-2022-4-08. (in Russ.)

626. Sabgayda T.P., Zubko A.V., Zemlyanova E.V., Khodakova O.V., Muzykantova N.N., Gubarev S.V., Redko A.N. Commitment to physical exercises among students with different self-assessment of health. Social'nye aspekty zdorov'a naselenia / Social aspects of population health [serial online]/ Available from: http://vestnik.mednet.ru/content/view/1343/30/lang,ru/

627. Kuznetsov R.S. Attractiveness of higher education abroad in different countries of the CIS. Sociodigger. 2022. Vol. 3. No. 12 (23). Pp. 52-56.

628.  Contribution to the history of Yugoslav sociology / Zinaida Golenkova ;[ translation from Russian Susanna [The chair]. - Belgrade : Serbian Sociological Society, 2022 (King: Graphicolor). - 245 p.

629. Podlesnaya M.A., Lebedeva O.N. The Problem of Development in the Modern World. Theoretical Interpretations. Obshchestvennye nauki i sovremennost, 2022, no. 4, pp. 6276. DOI: 10.31857/S0869049922040050, EDN: EYERMQ


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