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

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2023

151. Kublitskaya, E. A. (2023), The main values of the consolidation of Russian society in the views of religious and non-religious students, Research Result. Sociology and management, 9 (2), 21-42.

152. Galkin K.A. [Specific features of interaction between doctors and elderly patients in rural areas (a case study of the Leningrad Region)]. Vestnik Permskogo universiteta. Filosofia. Psihologia. Sociologia [Perm University Herald. Philosophy. Psychology. Sociology], 2023, issue 1, pp. 141151 (in Russian), https://doi.org/10.17072/2078-7898/2023-1-141-151

153. Galkin K.A. (2023). Features of Delayed Aging in the Post-COVID World. Review of Studies. Social area, 9 (2). DOI: 10.15838/sa.2023.2.38.2 URL: http://socialarea-journal.ru/article/29641?_lang=en

154. Ivanova E.Yu. Features of professional communication in the field of diplomacy. In: Social communication in modern Russian society : a collection of reports of the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference (Moscow, October 20, 2022) / Ed. V. A. Mansurov, T. Z. Adamyants; ed. E. Yu. Ivanova, P. S. Yuryev. Moscow : ROS ; FNISTC RAS, 2023. P. 128-139. 1 electron. opt. disc. (CD-ROM)

155. Rostovskaya T. K., Zolotareva O. A. and Davletshina L. A. Osobennosti rozhdaemosti v Respublike Tyva (19912021) [Features of birth rate in the Republic of Tuva (19912021)]. New Research of Tuva, 2023, no. 2, pp. 34-49. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25178/nit.2023.2.3

156. Popova S.M., Yanik A.A., Rfshepov A.V. Osobennosti funktsionirovaniia i pravovogo regulirovaniia rynka truda Respubliki Tyva v usloviiakh pandemii COVID-19 i tsifrovoi transformatsii [Features of functioning and legal regula-tion of the labor market in the Republic of Tuva under conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic and digital transformation]. New Research of Tuva, 2023, no. 2, pp. 17-33 (In Russ.)

157. Li Qin, Babich N.S. Attitudes of USSR population towards China from the 1960-s to the 1980-s. Voprosy Istorii. 2023. No. 1-2. Pp. 56-63.

158. Li Qin, Babich N.S. The attitudes of Russians towards China in 1990-2022. Voprosy Istorii. 2023. No. 2-1. Pp. 60-69.

159. Merzlykov A.A. Urban governance system in Russian regions. In: Urban Development in Russia and China: Patterns of Modernization / [M. K. Gorshkov et al.]; Ed. by M. K. Gorshkov, Li Peilin, P. M. Kozyreva, M. F. Chernysh ; FCTAS RAS. Moscow: Novyy Chronograph, 2023. . 590-623.

160. Ryazantsev, C.V., Smirnov, A.V. (2023) The Pandemic of the Russian Flu of 18891890: Occurrence, Spread, Demographic Losses. Sibirskie Istoricheskie Issledovaniia Siberian Historical Research. 2. pp. 2754 (In Russian). doi: 10.17223/2312461X/40/2

161. Ilyicheva L.Yu., Lapin A.V. Partnership of the state and civil society in the digital space as a condition for the realization of citizen's rights. Izvestiya Tula State University. 2023. No. 2. Pp. 3-26. DOI 10.24412/2071-6141-2023-2-3-26.

162. Chirikova A.E. Perm Choice: which Governors and why do local Elites and Experts prefer? Bulletin of Perm University. Political Science. 2023. Vol. 17. No. 2. Pp. 26-38.

163. Latov, Yu. V. (2023). Petrovskaya modernization war miracle instead of economic miracle? Lomonosov Economics Journal, 58(2), 6281. https://doi.org/MSU0130-0105-6-58-2-4.

164. Malinov A.V. A.B. Anokhin's Letter on Shamanism Among the Altai Tribes Vestnik Arheologii, Antropologii i Etnografii 2023. 1(60). P. 182-190. DOI 10.20874/2071-0437-2023-60-1-16. EDN CHUSDW.

165. G.S. Shirokalova G.S. Pronina E.I. Following in the footsteps of the section cultural heritage and communication of generations. Vestnik of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod. Social Sciences. 2023. No. 1 (69). Pp. 188-194. DOI:10.52452/18115942_2023_1_188

166. Kashepov A.V. Raising the retirement age in the countries of the world and Russia: causes and consequences. Bulletin of the Altai Academy of Economics and Law. 2023. No. 5-1. Pp. 82-91.

167. Kornilova, M.V. (2023). Elderly Muscovites and the Pandemic: A Time of New Opportunities? Socialnaya politika i sociologiya [Social Policy and Sociology]. Vol. 22. No. 1. P. 8492. (In Russ.) DOI: 10.17922/2071-3665-2023-22-1-84-92

168. Mchedlova M.M. Political Science in Search of New Approaches: Introducing the Issue. RUDN Journal of Political Science. 2023. Vol.25. No.2. Pp. 287-292.

169. Rebrov S.A. Political Theology of Contingency: Reading Materialists with Carl Schmitt. RUDN Journal of Political Science. 2023. Vol. 25. No. 2. Pp. 308-318. Doi: 10.22363/2313-1438-2023-25-2-308-318.

170. Nikolaeva U.G. (2023). The political economy of precapitalist societies according to Yury Semenov (19292023): a new stage in the development of historical materialism. Problems in Political Economy.2023. No. 2 (34). Pp. 128-147.

171. Adamyants T.Z. Understanding in the field of Social Communication as a Mental Technology. Chelovek. 2023. 34.1.:51-67. URL: https://chelovek-journal.ru/s023620070024827-6-1/. DOI: 10.31857/S023620070024827-6

172. Ruban L. S. Anatole Rapoports latest book as a moral testament to posterity. Modern Science: actual problems of theory and practice. Series: Economics and law. 2023. No. 1. Pp. 176-182. DOI 10.37882/2223-2974.2023.01.26.

173. Podyachev K.V. Afterword. In: Kargin E. A. Orthodox civilization : The History of the idea / [scientific ed. and auth. Introduction by I. P. Ryazantsev; auth. Afterwords by K. V. Podyachev.]. Moscow : Publishing House of PSU, 2023. P. 151-165.

174. POST-USSR: Economy, employment and demography : monography / A.V. Kashepov. Moscow : MAKS Press, 2023. 360 p.

175. Semyonova V. G., Sabgayda T. P., Zubko A. V., Evdokushkina G. N. Loss among the Russian working-age population during stable and crisis periods in the context of the major risk factors. Socialnye i gumanitarnye znanija. 2023. Vol. 9. No. 1. Pp. 84-101. (in Russ.)

176. Kozyreva P.M., Smirnov A.I. (2023) Potrebnost v informatsii o zdorovom obraze zhizni i uroki pandemii koronavirusa [The demand for information on a healthy lifestyle and lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic]. Zhurnal sotsiologii i sotsialnoy antropologii [The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology], 26(2): 4666 (in Russian). https://doi.org/10.31119/jssa.2023.26.2.3. EDN: MPWHVE

177. Podlesnaia M.A. Orthodox Religiosity in the Context of Social Changes: a Sociological Reflection on the Life Stories of Believers of the Soviet and Post-Soviet generations: [monograph] / M. A. Podlesnaia ; O. V. Aksenova editors note ; FCTAS RAS. Moscow : FCTAS RAS, 2023. 498 p. URL: https://www.fnisc.ru/publ.html?id=12215

178. Sogomonov A.Ju. Practical Morals and Hakers Ethics in the Mirror of the University Didactics. Semestrial Papers of Applied Ethics. 2023. No. 2 (62). Pp. 58-73.

179. Adamyants T.Z. The subject and tasks of modern sociological science of social communication. In: Social communication in modern Russian society: a collection of reports of the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference (Moscow, October 20, 2022) / Ed. V. A. Mansurov, T. Z. Adamyants; ed. E. Yu. Ivanova, P. S. Yuryev. Moscow: ROS ; FNISTC RAS, 2023. P. 1117. 1 electron. opt. disc. (CD-ROM).

180. Vidiasova L. ., Grigoryeva, I. A. (2023). Subject field of active/delayed aging research: Results of scientometric analysis and mapping. Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Sociology, 16(1), 4-26. https://doi.org/10.21638/spbu12.2023.101

181. Sabgaida T. P., Rudnev S. G., Zubko A. V. ans Evdokushkina G. N. Predotvratimaia smertnost v Respublike Tuva i vliianie na nee pandemii COVID-19 [Preventable mortality in the Republic of Tuva and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on it]. New Research of Tuva, 2023, no. 2, pp. 50-69. (In Russ.). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25178/nit.2023.2.4

182. Dudin I.V. (2023). Peoples Perceptions of the Main Contradictions in Russian Society. Social area, 9 (2). DOI: 10.15838/sa.2023.2.38.8 URL: http://socialarea-journal.ru/article/29648?_lang=en

183. Velikaya N.M., Tartygasheva G.V., Novozhenina O.P. Ideas about the Geopolitical Future of Russia as a Factor of Russian Society Consolidation. Russian Journal of Regional Studies. 2023. Vol. 31, No. 2. P. 275293. DOI 10.15507/2413-1407.123.031.202302.275-293.

184. Kozyreva P.M., Smirnov A.I. Priorities and differentiation of welfare policies in Russia. In: Urban Development in Russia and China: Patterns of Modernization / [M. K. Gorshkov et al.]; Ed. by M. K. Gorshkov, Li Peilin, P. M. Kozyreva, M. F. Chernysh ; FCTAS RAS. Moscow: Novyy Chronograph, 2023. P. 333-360.

185. Rakhmonov A.Kh. Reasons for choosing Russia as the main direction of labor migration from Tajikistan in the context of COVID-19 pandemic and sanctions. Upravlenie / Management (Russia), 11 (2), pp. 114123.

186. Nikiforov S.V. Gaps in the International Legal Regulation of Groups of Relations in the Field of Scientific and Technological Progress in the Conditions of Socio-Political Transformation. Gaps in Russian legislation. 2023. Vol. 16. No. 1. Pp. 227-231. EDN QKGLHM.

187. Tikhonova N.E., Karavay A.V. Professionals in the Institutional Conditions of Russia: Methodology of Definition and Specifics of the Group. Journal of Institutional Studies. 2023. Vol. 15(1). P. 100121.


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