This volume presents the work of the staff and students of the Department of Organizational Psychology of the Higher School of Economics and their colleagues from the Department of Social Psychology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, which deal with the sociopsychological study of the dynamic changes in Russian society at all levels of functioning, including large and small social groups as well as individual level. The collection consists of two sections. The section “Changes in social identity and social consciousness” presents results of theoretical and empirical studies of different types of social identity (civic, ethnic, religious, gender) and analysis of the dynamics of public (political, religious) consciousness. “Social Psychology of Organizational Behavior” is devoted to research in the field of organizational culture and organizational behavior, the dynamics of socio-psychological processes in small groups and cross-cultural research in an international company.
This book is for experts in the field of social and organizational psychology and related disciplines.
The book is intended for demographists, lecturers, and university students in thehuma nities, as well as for anyone interested in the demography of Russia. The book mayprove useful while taking the courses Demography, Demography and DemographicPolicy, Population Economics, and many others.
In the monograph the leading specialists of the Department of World Economy of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the Higher School of Economics for the first time in Russian scientific literature provide comprehensive coverage of the causes and consequences of the change in the trend of global economic development — from boom to crisis to subsequent recovery — of the leading developed and developing countries, including Russia. The authors assess the extent of the decline of production, the damage to the labor market, social sphere; they analyze national and international strategies to overcome this crisis, and predict the general contours of the post-crisis economic picture of the world.
This book is intended for researchers, teachers and students of economic institutions and faculties, and also for anyone interested in the actual problems of modern world economy.
The volume reviews the complex of issues associated with the problem of Empires: theoretical research of the problem of empires; different aspects of the history of Russian (Soviet) Empire and its territories which have joined; the history of one of the earliest colonial empires, the Portuguese empire; the collapse of the late French empire; the political process occurring in the “wreckage” of world empires; and a summary on the effects of the collapse of empires. This problem is very relevant because of the development of “post-imperial syndrome” in the contemporary Russian society. The articles are authored by leading experts on domestic and world history, as well as young scientists and students of the Higher School of Economics.
This book can be useful to historians, political scientists, philosophers, journalists, and a wide range of readers.