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Wages as a tool of promoting labor activity
Popov A.V.
No 7, 2016

War and art of war: politological and sociological dimensions
Kokoshin A.A.
No 3, 2015

War and Kostroma village
Diubiuk E.F., Zakharov А.V.
No 7, 2015

War as an Object of Sociological Analysis
Obraztsov I.V.
No 10, 2020

Way of life of Russian free-lancers – a sociological analysis
Khartchenko S.V.
No 4, 2014

Ways to write a good book review
Bamieh Мohammed A.
No 9, 2015

Welfare state: between humanism and pragmatism
Kasavina N.A.
No 10, 2018

What Counts as Qualitative Research? Some Cautionary Comments
Silverman D.
No 8, 2019

What do sociologists worry about: 25 years of St.-Petersburg association for sociologists (SPAS)
Grigoryeva I.A., Zemnukhova L.V., Tykanova E.V.
No 4, 2018

What happened to “Mir” / rural community in Russia? (about book “Meanings of rural life (experience of sociological analysis)” Moscow, 2016
Shirokalova G.S.
No 6, 2017

What Happens to Motivation for Education (round table “Russian Education Today”)
Pronina E.I.
No 8, 2020

What Happens to the Historical Memory of the Great Patriotic War?
Toshchenko Zh.T.
No 5, 2020

What happens to the rural population in the Russian Near North? (the case of Kostroma region)
Denisenko M.B., Nikolaeva U.G.
No 12, 2015

What has happened to ‘comparative’ in comparative historical sociology (with replies of J. Mahoney and I. Wallerstein)
Arjomand S.A.
No 1, 2014

What ideology is necessary for Russia and whether it is necessary? (About the book «Russia in Search of Ideologies: the Transformation of Value Regulators of Modern Societies»)
Kondrashov P.N.
No 10, 2018

What is a modern Russian village?
Toshchenko Zh.T.
No 12, 2017

What might await sociology beyond theological turn?
Bachinin V.A.
No 3, 2015

What remains in the family history: the memory of “the Soviet” in the conversation of three generations
Omel’chenko E.L., Andreeva Ju.V.
No 11, 2017

What society is just: views of Sverdlovsk region students
Vishnevsky Yu. R., Narkhov D. Yu.
No 5, 2017

What way leads to revolution? Wealth inequality in Russia during three centuries (part two)
Mironov B.N.
No 11, 2014

What way leads to revolution? Wealth inequality in Russia during three centuries, 18thtoearly 21stcentury (part one)
Mironov B.N.
No 8, 2014

When Not Every Good is Good: Two Dimensions of Social Choice
Кaracharovskiy V.V., Shkaratan O.I.
No 3, 2020

Whether there will be an effect from the effective contract in the sphere of the higher education?
Kraynov G.N.
No 7, 2018

Who is Living Merrily, Freely in the Rus'?
Levashov V.K.
No 4, 2019

Who is to blame: content-analysis of blog-posts about Domodedovo terrorist attack
Gavrilov K.A., Tolmach A.D.
No 12, 2014

Who voted for Nazis (1928–1933)? On the social composition of voters
Shults E.E.
No 6, 2018

Why Russian animal protectors are as they are and why do they act they dо?
Gorbuleva М.S., Мelik-Gaykazyan I.V., Мelik-Gaykazyan М.V.
No 4, 2016

Will E-Health Make Medicine More Accessibile?
Fadeeva Е.V.
No 11, 2020

William Godwin and His «Political Justice»

No 8, 2019

Women as Police Officers: How Profession is Chosen
Chemankova E.D.
No 4, 2019

Women migrants in the niche of household labor in Russia
Karachurina L.B.
No 5, 2015

Work values of self-employment and organization employment
Strebkov D.O., Shevchuk A.V.
No 1, 2017

Workers in Russian TV-channels and print media discourse
Vanke A.V., Kulaev M.A.
No 7, 2015

Working Class in Search of New Dimensions of Differentiation
Andreeva Ju.V., Lukyanova E.L.
No 10, 2018


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Sociological Studies
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Kiva A.V.
Dreams and realities: BRICS

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