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401. Ryazantsev S.V., Khramova M N., Tyshkevich A.I. EU migration policies during the COVID-19 pandemic: convergence or distancing? Bulletin of KazNU. International Relations and International Law Series, [S.l.], 2022, v. 99, no. 3, p. 4-14.

402. Akramov Sh.Yu., Akramov F.S. Migration sphere in the period of digital transformation of public services and the introduction of super services. CITISE. 2022. No. 3. Pp. 70-82. DOI: http//

403. Lukyanets A.S., Tyshkevich A.I. Migration Processes in Kyrgyzstan as a Factor of Strengthening Integration in The Post-Soviet Space // Bulletin of the Altai Academy of Economics and Law. 2022. No. 11-1. Pp. 132-138.

404. Chernyshev K.A., Chernysheva N.V. Migration links of the Kirov region as a donor region: retrospective and modern features. M.: Prospekt, 2022. 272 p.

405. Gadzhimuradova, G. I. (2022), Migration trends in the era of global change, Research Result. Sociologyandmanagement, 8 (1), 4-8. DOI: 10.18413/2408-9338-2022-8-1-0-1

406. Ryazantsev S.V., Moiseeva E.M. Migration in the Context of the Demographic Development of the Russian Far East. Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 2022. Vol. 92. No. 2. Pp. 150-161.

407. Ryazantsev, S. V., Molodikova, I. N., Vorobeva, O. D. 2022, Between the Eurasian and European subsystems: migration and migration policy in the CIS and Baltic Countries in the 1990s2020s, Balt. Reg., Vol. 14, no 2, p. 115143. doi: 10.5922/2079-8555-2022-2-8.

408. Rjazancev S.V, Smirnov A.V., Ladik M.V. (2022).Migration as one of the factors of the spread of the Russian flu in 1889-1890. Migration law, 1, 3-8. DOI: 10.18572/2071-1182-2022-1-3-8

409. Sedova N. N. Worldview Attitudes of Russians: Empirical Analysis. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. 2022. No. 6. P. 402415.

410. Nazarenko A.V. Multipolarity as the deep essence of the network of relations: from arch-futurism to cybergoticism. Socio-humanitarian knowledge. 2022. No. 6. Pp. 156-163.

411. Rostovskaya T.K., Zolotareva O.A., Vasilieva E.N. (2022). Models of matrimonial and reproductive behavior of Russian youth. Economic and Social Changes: Facts, Trends, Forecast, 15(3), 184199. DOI: 10.15838/esc.2022.3.81.10

412. Brega A.V., Brega G.V. Models of elite structuring in modern Russia. Vestnik of Moscow State Linguistic University. Social Sciences, 1(846), 1928. 10.52070/2500-347X_2022_1_846_19

413. Rostovskaya T.K. The model of a child family in the self-regulatory strategy of youth. In: Self-regulation in the youth environment: typology and modeling: monograph / Yu. A. Zubok, O. A. Aleksandrova, M. B. Bulanova [and others]; under total ed. Yu. A. Zubok; FNISC RAS. - Belgorod: Epicenter, 2022. P. 171-183.

414. Vartanova M.L. Model of improving the efficiency of the labor market service infrastructure. Natural sciences and humanities research. 2022. No. 43 (5). Pp. 46-52.

415. Rostovskaya, T. K., Skorobogatova, V. I. (2022), Model of the formation of migration mobility in favor of Russia: substantiation of conditions and mechanisms, Research Result. Sociology and management, 8 (1), 82-94. DOI: 10.18413/2408-9338-2022-8-1-0-7.

416. Schenina O.G. Modernization of education in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard: USE in social studies. Teaching history at school. 2022. No. 9. Pp. 57-61. DOI: 10.51653/0132-0696_2022_9_57

417. Nenko A., Nedoseka E. My home is my value or how does the living environment influence on the discourse in neighborhood online communities. SocioDiger. 2022. Vol. 3. No. 9 (21). Pp. 16-19.

418. Zubok Y.A. (2022). Youth and Society: A Sociological Reflection on a Changing Reality. Research Result. Sociology and management 8 (3). Pp. 7-9. DOI: 10.18413/2408-9338-2022-8-3-0-1.

419. Nazarova I. B. Monitoring of the population health and health risk factors (research methodology). RUDN journal of sociology. 2022. Vol. 22. No 3. Pp. 616-629.

420. Fomin, M. V., Smirnov, O. O. and Miriazov, T. R. (2022) Company towns of the Ural Federal District: Development risk matrix, Public Administration Issues, 3, pp. 171192. DOI: 10.17323/1999-5431-2022-0-3-171-192. (In Russian).

421. Bogatova O.A., Mitrofanova A.V., Riazanova S.V. A Mordovian settlement as a site and community of historical memory: collective narratives and representations. Finno-ugorskii mir = Finno-Ugric World. 2022;14;4:402417. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.014.2022.04.402-417.

422. Ivanova A.E., Zemlyanova E.V. Moscow on the way to achieving the goal of sustainable development in the field of health. In: Ecology and society: a balance of interests: Collection of materials of the International scientific and practical conference, Vologda, April 2022, 2022. - Vologda: Vologda Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2022. - P. 150-156.

423. Kosmarskaya N.P., Peshkova V.M., Savin I.S. Is Moscow a City of Contacts? Formats and Scale of Muscovites Interaction with Migrants. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Econo mic and Social Changes. No. 2. P. 248271. https:// (In Russ.)

424. Pinchuk, A.N., Karepova, S.G., Tikhomirov, A.D. (2022). Moscow Students About the Environmental Initiatives of the Green University: Assessments and Personal Interest. Socialnaya politika i sociologiya [Social Policy and Sociology]. Vol. 21. No. 2. P. 122131. (In Russ.) DOI: 10.17922/2071-3665-2022-21-2-122-131

425. Levchenko N.V. Animation as a means of forming value at-titudes in the USSR in 195090s. Journal of the Belarusian State University. Sociology. 2022;4:8087. Russian.

426. Nikovskaya L.I., Yakimec V.N. Municipal public policy as an indicator of the quality of interaction between government and society at the local level. Local Law. 2022. No. 4. Pp. 3-20.

427.  Gorshkov M.K., Komissarov S. N., Karpukhin O.I. At the turn of the century: sociodynamics of Russian culture : monograph. Moscow: FNISTC, 2022. 703 p.

428. Rostovskaya T.K., Zolotareva O.A. (2022), On the way to the revival of demographic education in modern Russia, Research Result. Pedagogy and Psychology of Education, 8 (1), 3-14, DOI: 10.18413/2313-8971-2022-8-1-0-1.

429. Sogomonov A.Yu. On the way to Enlightenment. Semestrial Parers of Applied Ethics. No. 60. Pp. 26-41.

430. Grigoreva K. (2022) Surveillance of Migrants, Construction Workers and Patients under COVID-19: New Technologies on Guard of Dangerous Classes. Sociological Review, vol. 21, no 2, pp. 105-130.

431. Dulina, N. V., Mansurov, V. A., Pronina, E. I., Shirokalova, G. S., Shkurin, D. V., Yuriev, P. S. (2022), Folk culture in the assessments of Russian student youth, Research Result. Sociology and management, 8 (3), 61-78. DOI: 10.18413/2408-9338-2022-8-3-0-5.

432. Mishchuk S.N., Alekseev A.I. Population of two villages of the Jewish Autonomous Region: statistics and reality. Vestnik Moskovskogo universiteta. Seriya 5, Geografiya. 2022;(2):133-138. (In Russ.)

433. Proshkova Z.V. Inheritance of cultural asset of the family: educational and professional paths of generations, biographical approach. World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies, 3. Available at: DOI: 10.15862/32SCSK322

434. Mentoring in science as an indicator of the social dimension of modernization and scientific and technological development // Greater Eurasia: Development, security, cooperation. Yearbook. Issue 5. Part 1 / RAN. INION. Scientific department. cooperation; Ed. V.I. Gerasimov. M., 2022. P. 1060-1062

435. Trofimova I.N. National Research Universities: Status and Results of International Activities. Social History of Science and Technology. 2022. Vol. 13. No. 1. P. 116-129.

436. Alkhasov S.S. Some aspects of the development potential of the Russian labor market at the beginning of the sixth technological paradigm. CITISE, 2022, no. 4, pp. 590-600. DOI:

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