Семейная политика и благополучие детей: к постановке проблемы
An analysis of data from the Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey of the Russian population's adaptation to the changes of the post-Soviet period (1994-2009) shows that beneath the surface of stability there is a sense of unease about the future, and especially of the ability of large sections of the population to improve their conditions of life.
The article briefly discusses the changes associated with parenthood and parental experience. One of the important characteristics of modern parenthood is the diversification of parental experience. There are many different discourses of parenthood, and specific parent needs to determine his or her own position. Educational programs for parents, training and courses help to solve this problem. Internal personal resources are important in the development of such programs, in particular parental self-efficacy is a promising concept for research and practice.
The article discusses the development of agglomerations as "points of growth" as applied to the modern economy of Russia, analyzes approaches to the management of the process of agglomeration growth. SWOT-analysis was carried out in the formation of agglomerations in the Russian Federation. It is shown that the state encourage the development of agglomerations can be implemented within the overall strategy of spatial and economic development of the country by creating objects of the innovation economy, improve regional cohesion and quality of life, infrastructure development.
Urban infrastructure in Russia was heavily subsidized by the state during the socialist period. The market economy is bringing new participants, which could have a significant impact on collective consumption institutions.