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Нефедова Т. Г., Трейвиш А. И. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 1996. Т. 5. № 2. С. 3-42.
Added: Oct 8, 2012
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Гудков Л. Д. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2007. Т. 16. № 2. С. 48-83.
Added: Oct 7, 2012
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Нездюров А. Л., Сунгуров А. Ю. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2018. Т. 27. № 3. С. 61-81.

The objective of paper is process of human rights institutionalization in contemporary Russia with main attention to development of ombudsman institute at federal and regional levels.  The main four direction of analysis of human rights institutionalization are formulated after short introduction into conception of universal human rights and its role in contemporary world: 1)  the level of incorporation of human rights approach to the domestic positive law;   2) the level of  inclusion of human rights conception into wide public discussion; level of development of domestic human rights structures, 3)governmental institutes, first of all, Commissioner for human rights (ombudsman) and 4) human rights NGOs. The subject of this text are the second and third from this directions. In the framework of second direction the reaction of human rights NGO community at the initiative of Mitropolit Kirill to establish orthodox understanding of human rights conception is analyzed. The main stages of ombudsman institute development as at federal, as at regional level are described and short sociological analysis of regional ombudsman community are realized. The peculiarities of the activities of three regional ombudsman offices – in Samara and Sverdlovsk oblast’ and in Perm’ kray are demonstrated in conclusion. 

Added: Feb 2, 2019
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Коваль Т. Б. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2008. № 1.
Added: Mar 21, 2011
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Коваль Т. Б. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2008. Т. 17. № 1. С. 122-146.
Added: Oct 3, 2012
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Коваль Т. Б. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 1994. Т. 3. № 2. С. 54-96.
Added: Oct 9, 2012
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Тихонова Н. Е., Чепуренко А. Ю. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2004. Т. 13. № 1. С. 116-145.
Added: Oct 7, 2012
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Кабалина В. И., Сидорина Т. Ю. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 1999. Т. 8. № 1-2. С. 167-198.
Added: Oct 8, 2012
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Гудков Л. Д. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2008. Т. 17. № 3. С. 3-36.
Added: Oct 3, 2012
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Kovalenko M. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2017. Vol. 26. No. 3. P. 117-141.
The Global Education Programme (GEP) is an innovative government funded programme that offers Russian citizens the opportunity to study full-time at leading foreign higher education institutions and requires them to get employment in Russia in accordance with the qualification gained for a minimum of three years. Its purpose is to introduce the best international experiences and to apply them in Russia. Both the humanistic aims of GEP to provide access, equity, and social justice to high academic achievers and the number of obstacles to the long-term goals of modernization are core elements of this discussion. “5-100-2020”, an umbrella programme focused on both internal and international development, is discussed. Striving for better positions in top world rankings is viewed from a wide range of perspectives. The article assesses the extent to which GEP fits with the concepts and theories of internationalization, explores GEP as a policy initiative for economic modernization, and identifies the main mismatches between the ambitions and challenges of GEP. The political and cultural contexts are taken into consideration and intercultural comparisons are made. GEP participant survey data and their views on the programme reflecting their professional experiences are analysed. The first steps of GEP including grant awards to 718 GEP participants were not fully implemented. According to 8 December 2016 data, the number of participants was 413 which is less than 58% of the planned number. The funding process has been officially prolonged until 2025. The completion of GEP will be officially announced only after the fulfilment of the employment commitments by all the participants who have successfully completed their studies abroad. Key words: GEP, knowledge-based economy, internationalization, educational policy initiative, political context, cultural context     сThe Global Education Programme (GEP) is an innovative government funded programme that offers Russian citizens the opportunity to study full-time at leading foreign higher education institutions and requires them to get employment in Russia in accordance with the qualification gained for a minimum of three years. Its purpose is to introduce the best international experiences and to apply them in Russia. Both the humanistic aims of GEP to provide access, equity, and social justice to high academic achievers and the number of obstacles to the long-term goals of modernization are core elements of this discussion. “5-100-2020”, an umbrella programme focused on both internal and international development, is discussed. Striving for better positions in top world rankings is viewed from a wide range of perspectives. The article assesses the extent to which GEP fits with the concepts and theories of internationalization, explores GEP as a policy initiative for economic modernization, and identifies the main mismatches between the ambitions and challenges of GEP. The political and cultural contexts are taken into consideration and intercultural comparisons are made. GEP participant survey data and their views on the programme reflecting their professional experiences are analysed. The first steps of GEP including grant awards to 718 GEP participants were not fully implemented. According to 8 December 2016 data, the number of participants was 413 which is less than 58% of the planned number. The funding process has been officially prolonged until 2025. The completion of GEP will be officially announced only after the fulfilment of the employment commitments by all the participants who have successfully completed their studies abroad. Key words: GEP, knowledge-based economy, internationalization, educational policy initiative, political context, cultural context    

 

Added: Jun 30, 2017
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Смирнов С. Н., Сидорина Т. Ю. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2002. Т. 11. № 2. С. 164-184.
Added: Oct 7, 2012
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Шкаратан О. И. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2006. Т. 15. № 1. С. 145-158.
Added: Oct 7, 2012
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Овчарова Л. Н. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2011. № 4. С. 112-139.
Added: Apr 22, 2013
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Смирнов С. Н. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2015. Т. 24. № 1. С. 145-149.
The opinions of foreign experts concerning their understanding of the labor relations in modern Russia agree to a great extent with the conclusions made by the researchers in this country. One of the latest examples – the paper presented by M. Désert The use of law in labor relationship. The author is not an insider of Russian labor market but after interviewing in 2012 – 2014 various kinds of stakeholders M. Désert arrived at a conclusion that the Labor code «does not reflect the reality of work arrangements». Russian statistics confirms this result. In October 2014 the Russian authorities published data that 22,5 mln employees don’t pay mandatory insurance fees in the Pension fund of Russian Federation. But those persons according to the results of the Federal Statistic Service «Employment Survey» do really work and have income from their economic activities. In most cases those economic activities are legally permitted (conveyance of passengers, retail trade, renovation etc). The share of such persons in the total number of employed in the economy makes about one-third. The Russian Government tries to improve the situation using relatively liberal methods to involve those using informal practices in their labor relations in the white sector of the economy. The often used argument is the following: you don’t pay taxes, so state authorities are not responsible for your wellbeing in your old age. In 2014 the average monthly payed pension in Russia is about 11 thousand roubles while social pension payed to man and women since their 65 and 60 respectively makes about 40% of the labor pension. I think it’s not enough to reject the informal practices. To finish with the evaluation of the informal practices one can say that the existing Labor code doesn’t record the specifics of market economy. In order to maximize incomes many employees agree to work 10 or more hours a day, on holidays and so on. The best way to solve the problem of the informal practices in labor sphere a simple amendment to this document can be suggested. The informal practices convert to formal if we afford employer and employee to use the convenient for both of them terms of occupation. But the usage of such terms must not have negative consequences for the budget of this country.
Added: Sep 15, 2015
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Лексин В. Н. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2005. Т. 14. № 1. С. 3-61.
Added: Oct 7, 2012
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Попова И. П. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2012. № 3. С. 80-99.
Constant formation of new spheres of activity, which leads to the emergence of social demand for new professions and increasing complexity of occupational structure, is a characteristic feature of modern society. So, how does awareness of the need for emergence of a new profession as an urgent social problem, which requires an immediate solution, develop? How are the new ways and methods of solving this problem being created, and what are the first steps taken toward developing these methods? What are the main obstacles and possible means (resources) of overcoming them? These issues are addressed in the article based on the example of an independent non-profit organization, created in the early 2000's, whose scope of activity lies at the crossroads of art and education (children's theater pedagogy). The study is based on two main approaches. First, it is reviewing the process of establishment of a profession through professionalization; second approach emphasizes particularities of the practices of social entrepreneurship. This article presents results of the research, which was conducted utilizing the case-study method within the project "Study of models of social entrepreneurship in Russia". It examined conditions and stages of implementation of its main objectives of an independent non-profit organization - professionalization of children's theater pedagogy through organization of professional training of specialists in this field, analyzed main obstacles on the way toward achieving its goals: bureaucratic, as well as social (related to the willingness of society to perceive the problem) and psychological (related to peculiarities of conducting business among professionals).
Added: Dec 3, 2013
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Вишневский А. Г. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2004. Т. 13. № 2. С. 3-23.
Added: Oct 7, 2012