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2022

101. Bogdan I.V., Volkova O.A., Golitsyna I.S., Chistyakova D.P. Introduction of gadgets into the monitoring system of population health indicators: a sociological study. Management issues. 2022. No. 3 (76). Pp. 33-45. DOI: 10.22394/2304-3369-2022-3-33-45

102. Kuznetsov N.G., Ryazantsev N.S. xternal migration infrastructure of the Russian Federation: concept, objects and prospects of socio-economic development. CITISE, 2022, no. 4, pp. 423-437. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15350/2409-7616.2022.4.39

103. Bulanov S.A., Medvedeva E. I. Domestic tourism: guidelines of consumer behavior of Russians. In: Incomes, expenses and savings of the population of Russia: trends and prospects. Materials of the VII International Scientific and Practical Conference (Moscow, November 30, 2021) / Ed. by A.V. Yarashev; NGIC RAS. M. : FNSC RAS, 2022. P. 136-141.

104. Lyalikova S.V. Consent In The Family In The Context Of Priority Life Events: Socio-Demographic Characteristics. In: Both together and apart: sociology of mutual representations of spouses (according to the results of sociological research)/ ed. by A.Antonov. M.: Publishing house At the Nikitsky Gate, 2022. . 141-174.

105. Zabuzov O.N. Military sciences and the science of war in the understanding of Russian and Austrian researchers. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Sociology. Politology. 2022. Vol. 22. No. 4. P. 484490. https://doi.org/10.18500/1818-9601-2022-22-4-484-490. EDN: XTYGYW

106. Panteleev V.G. The impact of the image of migrants in the regional media on the possibilities of their integration into the host society: on the example of the Rostov region. Sotsial'no-gumanitarnye znaniya. 2022. No. 6. Pp. 54-59. DOI 10.24412/0869-8120-2022-6-54-59. EDN RLAXOL.

107. Zemlyanova E.V., Savina A.A. The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Natural Population Movement in the Ural Federal District. In: Global challenges to demographic development [Text]: Sat. scientific Art./ ed. Doctor of Economics sciences, prof. O. A. Kozlova, Doctor of Economics sciences, prof. A. P. Bagirova, Doctor of History. sciences, prof. G. E. Kornilov, Doctor of Economics sciences, prof. I. A. Kulkova, Dr. Philosopher. sciences, prof. B. Yu. Berzin, Ph.D. economy Sciences N. P. Neklyudova. T. II. - Yekaterinburg: Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2022. P. 133-144.

108. Fokina S.G. Opportunities and barriers of mobile healthcare for the older generation. Advances in gerontology. 2022. No. 4. Pp. 645-646.

109. Khramova M.N., Zorin D.P. Opportunities and limitations for the groth of human capital in the regions of the Russian Far East. Segodnya i zavtra rossiyskoy ekonomiki [Today and tomorrow of the Russian economy]. 2022. No. 107-108. P. 26-36. DOI: 10.26653/1993-4947-2022-107-108-02 (in Russ.)

110. Medvedeva, EI, Kroshilin, SV. The possibilities of using foreign experience in the support of polymorbid patients in Russian Healthcare. City Healthare. 2022;3(4): 5465 doi: 10.47619/2713-2617.zm.2022.v.3i4; 5465

111. Arkhangelsky V.N. The possibilities of using indicators for real Generations in assessing the dynamics of fertility. Human Progress. 2022. Vol. 8. No. 2. Pp. 4. URL: http://progress-human.com/images/2022/Tom8_2/rkhangelsky.pdf

112. Kolennikova O. A. Employment Opportunities for Young People with Disabilities in the Labor Market. Human. Society. Inclusion. 2022. No. 2(50). Pp. 49-58.

113. Arkhangelskiy V.N., Zayko .S. Age pattern of fertility in Moscow and its differences in municipal districts. City Healthare. 2022;3(4): 613.

114. Mukhachev V.V. Militant Materialism? Certainly! Svobodnaya mysl. 2022. No. 1. Pp. 184-199.

115. Pavlov B.S., Kargapolova E.V., Dulina N.V., Pronina E.I., Ikingrin E.N. Volunteering of the parental family in the process of professional and labor socialization of children (on the materials of the Urals and the Volga region of the Russian Federation). In: Transformation of the social and labor sphere in a digital society. Materials of the international scientific conference. Dushanbe. July 15, 2021 Polygraph Group LLC. Dushanbe. 2022. P. 392-405.

116. Lombina T.N., Yurchenko O.V. Imagination as a Way to Creative Thinking: A Comparative Analysis of the Characteristics of Primary School Children. Society: Sociology, Psychology, Pedagogics. 2022. No. 12. P. 183191.

117. Shakhov O.F. Issues of interaction between the State and business under modern economic sanctions. Bulletin MIRBIS. 2022. No. 2 (30). Pp. 52-58.

118. Arkhangelskiy V.N., Ivanova A.E., Fadeeva T.A. Reproducible potential of demographic development in Russia. Ed. L.L.Ribakovsky. M.: Publishing House Ekon-Inform, 2022 - 165 p.

119. Datsyshen V.G. Eastern Siberia and the Development of Modern Sports in Mongolia in the 1950s. In: Banzar Readings: Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference Dedicated to the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of D. Banzarov and the 90th Anniversary of BGPI - BSU. At 2 pm Part I / scientific editor V. V. Nomogoeva; executive editor O. N. Polyanskaya. - Ulan-Ude: Publishing house of the Buryat State University, 2022. P. 340-342.

120. Titarenko L. (2022) Vostochnoaziatskiy modern v tsivilizatsionnoy kontseptsii Yokhana Arnasona [Eastern Asian modern in the civilizational concept of Johan Arnason]. Zhurnal sotsiologii i sotsialnoy antropologii [The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology], 25(2): 8095 (in Russian). https://doi.org/10.31119/jssa.2022.25.2.4

121. Grishanova A.G., Fadeeva T.A. The Eastern Vector of Demographic Development Of Russia: History, Dynamics, Demographic Structure. Nauchnoe obozrenie. Seriya 1. Jekonomika i prav [Scientific Review. Series 1. Economics and Law]. 2022. N. 4. . 82-92. DOI: 10.26653/2076-4650-2022-06. (in Russ.)

122. Kravchenko S. A., Rakova K.V. Demand for Global-Local Sustainable Development: the Ambivalence of the Latest Vulnerabilities. Voprosy Filosofii. 2022. Vol. No. 8. Pp. 5564.

123. Kravchenko S.A. Challenges of modern evil for the sustainable development: A request for cooperation of scientific and theological knowledge // RUDN Journal of Sociology. - 2022. - Vol. 22. - N. 3. - P. 477-488. doi: 10.22363/2313-2272-2022-22-3-477-488

124. Mikhaylyonok O.M., Malysheva G.A. Challenges of Digitalization and mobilization scenario in Russia. In: Opportunities and threats of the digital society: conference materials / ed.: A.V. Sokolova, A. A. Frolov. Yaroslavl: Publishing House of Digital Printing House LLC, 2022. - 239 p. (AllRussian Scientific and Practical Conference Opportunities and threats of digital society, Yaroslavl, April 21-21, 2022). P. 170-174.

125. Tev D. Vysokopostavlennyye chinovniki federalnykh ekonomicheskikh ministerstv Rossii: osnovnyye kanaly rekrutirovaniya i karyera [High-ranking officials of the federal economic ministries of Russia: the main recruitment channels and careers]. Vlast i elity [Power and Elites], 2022, 9 (1): 5693. (in Russian)

126. Podlesnaya M.A. The Higher Orthodox Theological School in Russia in the Context of Changing Ideas About a Person. Chelovek. 2022. Vol. 33. No. 5. Pp. 92-114 . URL: https://chelovek-journal.ru/s023620070017031-1-1/

127. Kuchenkova A.V. Higher education as a moderator of the relationship between the employment instability and the employees subjective well-being. RSUH/RGGU Bulletin. Series Philosophy. Social Studies. Art Studies. 2022;(3):58-68. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.28995/2073-6401-2022-3-58-68

128. Osadchaya G.I., Vartanova M.L. Identification of the dynamics of changes in Russia's human potential in the context of the experience of Eurasian integration. Economic and social changes: facts, trends, forecast. 2022. Vol. 15. No. 3. pp. 223-235.

129. Ryazantsev S.V., Le Duc Anh, Phung Huy Hoang, Moiseeva E.M. Overseas Vietnamese in Russia and their Contributions to the Promotion of Bilateral Relations. Russian Journal of Vietnamese Studies. 2022. Vol. 6. No. 3. Pp. 3445.

130. Dobrokhleb, V. G., Kondakova, N. A. (2022) Gendernaia sostavliaiushchaia demograficheskoĭ bezopasnosti stran EAES [Gender component of the demographic security of the EAEU countries], Zhenshchina v rossiĭskom obshchestve, Spetsialnyĭ vypusk, pp. 418.

131. Garibova F.M. (2022) Gendernoe ravnopravie v Tadjikistane [Gender equality in Tajikistan], Zhenshchina v rossiĭskom obshchestve. Special'niy vipusk, pp. 1926.

132. Medvedeva E.I., Kroshilin S.V. Chapter 6. Gender features of the use of information and communication technologies. In: Gender panorama of modern Russia [monograph] / V. G. Dobrokhleb [et al.]; ed. V. G. Dobrokhleb, Z. A. Khotkina, M. V. Belikova; FNISTC RAS. M.: FNISTC RAS, 2022. P. 119-141.

133. Dobrokhleb V.G. The gender aspect of personal success in the modern world. In: Success in modern society: results of cross-country research : monograph / A.A. Shabunova, V.G. Dobrokhleb, E.I. Medvedeva [et al.]; edited by V.G. Dobrokhleb, A.A. Shabunova. Vologda: Volnu RAS, 2022. P. 48-61.

134. Martynenko S.V, Karepova S.G. Genesis of deviant personality behavior in the context of socio-cultural transformations. Humanities, socio-economic and social sciences. 2022. No. 3. Pp. 59-64.

135. Babich N.S. The Genesis of Public Opinion in Modern Russia (the case of support for Perestroika). Communicology. 2022. Vol. 10. No. 1. P. 80-96. (in Russ.). DOI: 10.21453/2311-3065-2022-10-1-80-96.

136. Gezalov A.A., Komissarov S.N. Globalization as a development factor national cultures. SEARCH: Politics. Social studies. Art. Sociology. Culture. 2022. No. 4(93). Pp. 33-44.

137. Mikhaylyonok O.M. Global turbulence and network aspects of changing political relations. In: Political challenges and political dialogue in conditions of global turbulence: Materials of the All-Russian RAPN Conference with international participation. Moscow, INION RAS, MGIMO Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, December 2-3, 2022 / Edited by O.V. Gaman-Golutvin, L.V. Smorgunov, L.N. Timofeeva. M.: Aspect Press, 2022. P. 289-290.

138. Gadzhiev, Kh. A. (2022), Global digital economy: Trends and transformation of value-behavioral patterns, Ars Administrandi, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 482506., https://doi.org/10.17072/2218-9173-2022-3-482-506


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