Познавательные возможности онлайн-опросов в российской исследовательской практике (на примере опроса Интернет-фрилансеров)
Интернет-опрос, онлайн-опрос, репрезентативность и смещения выборки в онлайн-исследованиях, фрилансеры, контроль за ходом опроса, коммуникация в Интернете
настроения, эмоции, поведение, рабочие, кластерный анализ, классификация, типология
This study is devoted to the consideration of the peculiarities of organizational leadership research. The researches of leadership in organizations are often aimed at revealing the relationships between power and leadership, the influence of different leadership styles on organizational successfulness which can be connected both with production and employees. In every research definite leadership styles and particular aspects of organizational successfulness are selected. The effectiveness of a leadership style is determined by different situational factors. Methods which can be relevant for organizational leadership research are observed in this study.
Лидерство, организационное лидерство, организация, Власть, СОЦИОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ ИССЛЕДОВАНИЯ, МЕТОДЫ, Leadership, organizational leadership, Organization, Power, Sociological research, relevant methods
This article discusses the debatable problem of euthanasia. The authors consider the main arguments of supporters and opponents of euthanasia. The results of a sociological study of the attitude of Nizhny Novgorod residents to the issue of euthanasia are presented. The results show that respondents express contradictory attitude to euthanasia: on the one hand, they understand the positive side and want euthanasia to be allowed in Russia, on the other hand, they believe that there can be negative consequences (for example, self-serving murders).
The book presents generalized and analyzed information obtained in the course of sociological research of students and the educational process at the Moscow State University in 2014-2017. Presented are interesting for specialists conclusions on the development of human capital, change the mission of the university, etc.
Research into social stratification and social divisions has always been a central component of sociological study. This volume brings together a range of thematically organised case-studies comprising empirical and methodological analyses addressing the challenges of studying trends and processes in social stratification. This collection has four themes. The first concerns the measurement of social stratification, since the problem of relating concepts, measurements and operationalizations continues to cause difficulties for sociological analysis. This book clarifies the appropriate deployment of existing measurement options, and presents new empirical strategies of measurement and interpretation. The conception of the life course and individual social biography is very popular in modern sociology. The second theme of this volume exploits the contemporary expansion of micro-level longitudinal data and the analytical approaches available to researchers to exploit such records. It comprises chapters which exemplify innovative empirical analysis of life-course processes in a longitudinal context, thus offering an advance on previous sociological accounts concerned with longitudinal trends and processes. The third theme of the book concerns the interrelationship between contemporary demographic, institutional and socioeconomic transformations and structures of social inequality. Although the role of wider social changes is rarely neglected in sociological reviews, such changes continue to raise analytical challenges for any assessment of empirical differences and trends. The fourth theme of the book discusses selected features of policy and political responses to social stratification. This volume will be of interest to students, academics and policy experts working in the field of social stratification.
The present article continues the investigation of the Soqotri verbal system undertaken by the Russian-Soqotri fieldwork team. The article focuses on the so-called “weak” and “geminated” roots in the basic stem. The investigation is based on the analysis of full paradigms (perfect, imperfect and jussive) of more than 170 “weak” and “geminated” Soqotri verbs.