This is the first monograph in Russia reflecting the housing problems of a large group of residents. In Russia there are 20–30 million tenants (“lessee” according to the Housing Code of Russia). The book deals with a variety of categories of rentals: municipal, social, private, and tenement houses. The typical problems of this community and the special features of property and rental contracts in homeowners associations are shown, as well as the experience of tenants and organizations representing their rights in Baltic, the Czech Republic, Canada, Britain, Sweden, and other countries. A special section is devoted to etiquette fests, and education in housing and rentals.
For a wide group of readers: tenants, homeowners, the housing sector professionals, municipal staff, managers of homeowners associations, and residents who concern for the better. The book will be useful to students of the Department of Public Administration, as well as lawyers, political scientists, managers, and anyone who deals with social and housing policies.
This textbook is designed for students enrolled in the program "Language and Literature of Iran" who have already mastered the basics of the modern Persian language. The corpus of texts in classical Persian is one of the most important source-study bases for Iranian philology, and a fundamental study of classical Persian in theoretical and practical aspects is of great importance for the students who aim to specialize in this field. Meanwhile, the specific features of the classical language are usually noted in a list attached to the grammars of modern Persian; there are still no special manuals or textbooks combining the grammar topics with rich illustrative material. Our book on Classic Persian is a guide for students who read and translate a lot of monuments of Persian poetry and prose within the curriculum of the "Language and Literature of Iran" program. It will instill in them the skills of philological analysis they need to succeed in their profession.
The textbook consists of an introduction, thirty-three lessons and Appendix. Each lesson includes a main text (a fragment of Persian poetry or prose of the 9th – 15th cc.), provided with lexical and grammatical commentary, a grammar theme extensively illustrated with examples, one or two exercises on the grammar of the lesson, and additional text intended for students’ homework. The Appendix provides essential information on the metrics of aruz and patterns of rhyme used in Persian poetry; it gives basic metric paradigms for all the poems included in the lessons’ texts.