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

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351. Rogovaya A.V. Cultural and leisure space of a small city: state and development trends. 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. 180-195.

352. Korosteleva L.Yu. Cultural heritage of Russian cities in indicators of the urban environment quality index. SEARCH: Politics. Social studies. Art. Sociology. Culture. 2022. No. 4(93). Pp. 119-130.

353. Dulina N.V., Zasypkin V.P., Mansurov V.A., Pronina E.I., Shirokalova G.S., Shkurin D.V., Yuriev P.  Cultural Traditions and Connection of Generations (Information about the Scientific Project). Surgut State Pedagogical University Bulletin. 2022. No. 5 (80). Pp. 151-154.

354. Eremicheva, G.V., Menshikova, G. A. (2022), The UN Sustainable Development Goals Course as a New Technology for Global Political Governance, Koinon, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 227239 (in Russian). DOI: 10.15826/koinon.2022.03.2.026

355. Ryzhova S.V. L.M. Drobizheva and the formation of ethnosociology as a branch of sociological discipline. In: Ethnosociology: searches and achievements / ed., comp.: L.V. Ostapenko, I.A. Subbotina. M.: IEA RAS, 2022. P. 20-25.

356. Kolonitskii, B., Matskevich M. (2022) Lenin as a Site of Memory of Post-Soviet Russia. Memory about Politics and Memory about the Memorial Project. Perm University Herald, 58(3), 125137. Retrieved from

357. Malinkin A.N. Max Scheler on the hypocrisy of the Anglo-Saxons. In: Max Scheler. On the psychology of English ethos and hypocrisy. Transl. from German, comm., accompanying article by A.N. Malinkin. Second ed., corrected. Moscow and St. Petersburg, Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2022. P. 97-141.

358. Max Scheler. To the Idea of Man. Tranl. from German, notes and comments, accompanying article by A. N. Malinkin. Moscow; St. Petersburg: Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2022.

359. Max Scheler. On the Psychology of English Ethos and Cant. Transl. from German, notes and comments, accompanying article by A.N. Malinkin. Second corrected ed. Moscow; St. Petersburg: Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2022.

360. Max Scheler. To the Phenomenon of Tragic. On the Meaning of Suffering. Tranl. from German, notes and comments, accompanying article by A.N. Malinkin. Moscow and St. Petersburg: Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2022.

361. Voronov V.V. Small towns of Latvia: disparities in regional and urban development, Balt. Reg. 2022. Vol. 14. No. 4. Pp. 3956. doi: 10.5922/2079-8555-2022-4-3.

362. Voropaeva A.V. Small towns of Russia in a changing world. 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. 69-84.

363. Biyzhanova E.K. Small town in the border region of Russia: socio-cultural and socio-economic problems. Journal of the Belarusian State University. Sociology. 2022;3:103108. Russian. DOI:

364. Mannheim K. Ideological and Sociological Interpretation of Spiritual Formations. Sounding Meanings: Dialogue with the World. Culturological almanac. Ed. and comp. S.Ya. Levit. Moscow and St. Petersburg, Center for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2022. P. 694-719.

365. Kamynina N. N., Alikperova N. V., Yarasheva A. V., Panina E. D. Medical and social support of chronic patients: old problems, new solutions. Problemi socialnoi gigieni, zdravookhranenia i istorii meditsini. 2022;30(Special Issue):10161022 (In Russ.). DOI:

366. Kashepov A.V. Between fair and reasonable wage levels: macroeconomic comparisons by cointrues and regions. Bulletin of the Altai Academy of Economics and Low. 2022. No 4-2. Pp. 197-204.

367. Peshkova V.M. International Migration and Regional Inequalities in Russia: Statement of a Question. Issues of National and Federative Relations. 2022. Vol. 12. No. 12 (93). Pp. 4690-4706.

368. Mchedlova E.M. Interfaith Relations and their perspective. World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies. 2022. Vol. 13, No. 3. URL: DOI: 10.15862/47SCSK322

369. Rostovskaya T.K., Kuchmaeva O.V., Afzali M., Irsetskaya E.A. Cross-Cultural Marriages in the Context of the Transformation of the Family Model: Russia and Iran. Regionology. Russian Journal of Regional Studies. 2022; 30(2):405-423. doi:

370. Shchegolkova E.Yu. Interethnic Relations In The Assessments Of Residents Of The Republic Of Sakha (Yakutia). In: Positive Experience of Regulation of Ethno-social and Ethno-cultural Processes in the Regions of the Russian Federation. Proceedings of the V Russian Scientific-practical Conference, Dedicated to the Memory of L.M. Drobizheva, Kazan, 28-29 April 2022 / Ed. by G. Gabdrakhmanov. G. Makarova, L. Sagitova. - Kazan. Institute of history. Sh. Marjani AS RT, 2022. P. 253-258.

371. Khodorenko D.K. (2022). Intergenerational Social Mobility and Its Impact on Health: Research Review. Social area, 8(3). DOI: 10.15838/sa.2022.3.35.4 URL:

372. Kabashova E.V. Interregional differences in labor market indicators in the Russian Federation. In: Interbranch research as a basis for the development of scientific thought: monograph. Issue 71 [edited by A.A. Sukiasyan]. - Ufa: Aeterna, 2022. P. 58-69.

373. Chernyshev K.A., Chernysheva N.V., Petrov E. Yu.Inter-regional connections of the Crimean population: a study based on digital and statistical data on the places of birth of migrants. Geopolitics and Ecogeodynamics of regions. 2022. Vol. 8 (18). No. 3. Pp. 253262.

374. Shchegolkova E.Yu. Interethnic Harmony as a Factor of Positive Dynamics of Russian Civic Identity. 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. 50-100.

375. Mitrofanova A.V., Riazanova S.V., Plais Ya.A. Place as a palimpsest of events and interpretations in the politics of memory (on the example of the NKVD investigative prison museum). Izvestiia Tulskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Gumanitarnye nauki. 2022. No. 2. Pp. 3-16.

376. Fomin M., Bezzubova O. Metaphysics of Company Towns: Space vs. Time, Voprosy Filosofii, Vol. 4 (2022), pp. 3746.

377. Zhelnina A. A., Semenov A. V., Tykanova E. V. (2022) The Methodology for Studying Urban Conflicts: Levels of Scaling. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 5. P. 4971. https:// (In Russ.)

378. Rostovskaya T. K., Zolotareva O. A., Vasilieva E. N. Methodology for monitoring the effectiveness of family and demographic policy: regional aspect. Socialnye i gumanitarnye znanija. 2022. Vol. 8, No 2. P. 214-229. (in Russ.)

379. Bogdanov, S. V., Pochestnev, A. A. (2022), Methodology for identifying governance barriers in the implementation of policies to mitigate regional inequalities, Research Result. Sociology and management, 8 (4), 102-116. DOI: 10.18413/2408-9338-2022-8-4-0-9

380. Yanik A.A., Popova S.M., Karpova S.F., Nesterov A.Yu. Migration policy adjustments to address the regional labor markets demands: institutional and legal aspects. NB: Administrative Law and Administration Practice. 2022. No. 3. Pp. 30-57. URL:

381. Ilyicheva L.E., Pirozhkov N.S. Mechanisms of electronic democracy in modern Russia: condition of formation and development trends. Sociopolitical Sciences. 2022. No. 2. Pp. 21-26. DOI: 10.33693/2223-0092-2022-12-2-21-26

382. Kireev, E.Yu. Migrants from Central Asia and Internet services during the breakup of digital reality in Russia. Social policy and sociology. 2022. Vol. 21. No. 2 (143). Pp. 102-110. DOI 10.17922/2071-3665-2022-21-2-102-110. EDN GTNGJL.

383. Endryushko, .., and K.S. Grigoreva. 2022. Migranty na rossiiskom rynke truda: otsenka startovykh vozmozhnostei [Migrants in the Russian Labor Market: An Assessment of Starting Opportunities]. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 4: 2643.

384. 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.

385. 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//

386. 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.

387. 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.

388. 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

389.  Migration Atlas of the Russian Federation / S. V. Ryazantsev, V. S. Belozerov, N. A. Shchitova [et al.]; SNITS RAS. M.: ITD PERSPEKTIVA, 2022. 232

390. 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.

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