Образ комфортной самоизоляции в промофотографиях быстрой моды
М. : Новое литературное обозрение, 2021
Трансформация жизненного уклада российских женщин в условиях самоизоляции, вызванной пандемией COVID-19
, , et al., Женщина в российском обществе 2020 № 4 С. 82-98
The article presents the results of the research on the women’s perception of the conditions of mandatory self-isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The respondents' feedback showed changes in various areas of their lives that occurred during the period of self-isolation. The main hypothesis of the research was the assumption that the situation of self-isolation caused ...
Added: September 29, 2020
Динамика отношения россиян к вызванной COVID-19 пандемии и режиму самоизоляции в период первой и второй волн
, , В кн. : Влияние пандемии на личность и общество: психологические механизмы и последствия. : Институт психологии РАН, 2021. Гл. 4. С. 197-216.
Added: January 8, 2022
Агентность школьников в условиях изменений образовательного контекста в период пандемии COVID-19: источники, проявления и эффекты
, , , Мониторинг общественного мнения: Экономические и социальные перемены 2022 № 5 С. 394-417
The study focuses on the issues of agency (proactive behavior) among schoolchildren engaged in extracurricular activities in the context of COVID-19 pandemic, including the sources of agency, its manifestations, and possible effects. Theoretically, the authors base on the sociological structure/agency debates, in which the role of education remains understudied. The empirical basis for the analysis are ...
Added: December 2, 2022
, , Праксема. Проблемы визуальной семиотики 2014 Т. 1 № 1 С. 41-60
In this article authors attempted to discover (identify and describe) changes of the symbolical meanings/marks/codes of political transformations within visual representations on the basis of Russian fashion magazines materials covering period between 1980 till 2013 years. On the example of 918 magazines’ and 135 Mersedes-benz Fashion Week Russia 2012/2013 photos, this research completed in screening ...
Added: July 16, 2014
, Теория и практика общественного развития 2021 № 7 С. 49-58
This paper is about the volunteering of Olympic volunteers who took part in organizing and hosting the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and their participation in volunteer activities after the events. The Olympic Volunteer Program was the first comprehensive volunteer training, support and management program in Russia. Its participants have received training for Olympic volunteering ...
Added: January 14, 2022
, Знание. Понимание. Умение 2020 № 1 С. 236-247
В статье автор исследует и анализирует основные положения теории коммуникативного капитализма американского философа Джоди Дин. Показывает генезис данной концепции, ее теоретические основания. Излагаются основные пункты теории, ее характеристики и ключевые особенности. Рассматривается, как концепция коммуникативного капитализма основывается на исследованиях Майкла Хардта и Антонио Негри, на определении нематериального труда Маурицио Лаззарато, концепции постполитики Славоя Жижека, показана взаимосвязь ...
Added: September 29, 2021
, , et al., Научный вестник Ямало-Ненецкого автономного округа 2022 № 2 С. 114-140
The aim of the study is to assess the strength of the emerging new threats to cities in the Asian Arctic and to determine the possible forms and directions of adaptation of the municipal economy to them. The novelty of the study is the special emphasis on cities in the Asian Arctic; joint consideration of ...
Added: October 30, 2022
What should be the baseline when calculating excess mortality? New approaches suggest that we have underestimated the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and previous winter peaks
, , et al., SSM - Population Health 2022 Vol. 18 Article 101118
Excess mortality has been used to measure the impact of COVID-19 over time and across countries. But what baseline should be chosen? We propose two novel approaches: an alternative retrospective baseline derived from the lowest weekly death rates achieved in previous years and a within-year baseline based on the average of the 13 lowest weekly death rates within ...
Added: June 5, 2022
Effects of covid-19 pandemic on life expectancy and premature mortality in 2020: time series analysis in 37 countries
, , et al., The BMJ 2021 Vol. 375 Article 066768
OBJECTIVE To estimate the changes in life expectancy and years of life lost in 2020 associated with the covid-19 pandemic. DESIGN Time series analysis. SETTING 37 upper-middle and high income countries or regions with reliable and complete mortality data. PARTICIPANTS Annual all cause mortality data from the Human Mortality Database for 2005-20, harmonised and disaggregated by age and sex. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Reduction in life expectancy was estimated as ...
Added: November 4, 2021
, , , Современное педагогическое образование 2023 № 3 С. 16-21
The article actualizes the problems of using e-learning, in particular the Moodle system, during a pandemic. The Moodle system is widely used in higher education and is an effective means of integrating traditional and distance learning. The aim of the study is to identify and compare the views of undergraduate and graduate students on the ...
Added: September 3, 2023
, , et al., НИУ ВШЭ, 2020
This issue represents options for solving the problems that emerged in schools in connection with the switch to distant learning. The response of schools to the crisis is being analyzed in terms of teachers, who try to compensate their lack of professional skills, changes in curriculum, in work hours and duties of collaborators, overcoming the ...
Added: November 2, 2020
, , Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика 2022 Т. 17 № 3 С. 48-74
The Global Financial Crisis of 2007–2009 followed by sweeping overhaul of international banking regulation urged financial regulators to apply a tailored supervisory regime to global systemically important banks (G-SIBs). This approach was caused by exacerbation of G-SIBs’ systemic risks and their transmission during macro-level instability. The size of G-SIBs, the extent of their market power, ...
Added: June 29, 2022
, Сравнительное конституционное обозрение 2020 № 4(137) С. 36-54
As a response to the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, many countries have imposed restrictions on fundamental constitutional rights and freedoms, including freedoms of speech and assembly. The rapid spread of the understudied virus and the rise of the emotional tension within the society compelled the state authorities to adopt prompt measures to contain the virus. Unfortunately, ...
Added: September 4, 2020
Saving Lives or Saving the Economy? Support for the Incumbent during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Russia
, , , Post-Soviet Affairs 2023 Vol. 39 No. 4 P. 291-307
The spread of COVID-19 sparked debates about whether incumbents should focus on saving lives or the economy. Politicians’ decisions in this dilemma could determine whether they remain in office. “Saving the economy” is predicted to affect re-election chances positively in economic voting theory. However, a public health crisis can shift the electorate’s preferences in favor ...
Added: February 28, 2023
, В кн. : Цифровая среда и политика университетов в сфере интеллектуальной собственности : сб. научных работ. : М. : Издательская группа "Юрист", 2021. Гл. 3. С. 9-19.
The Covid-19 pandemic is forcing universities to switch to remote teaching, which not only has obvious advantages, but also poses serious threats in the conditions of the use of new information and communication technologies. Remote teaching guarantees no protection of any intellectual property items including the ones that belong to teachers acting as authors, as ...
Added: October 26, 2021
, Общественные науки и современность 2021 № 1 С. 73-84
The aim of the article is to summarize the ideological foundations and to characterize the current stage of agricultural digitalization in the EU. The author identifies the framework documents and areas of discussion on the development of the digital strategy of the European Union in the agricultural sector. Taking into account the successful practice and ...
Added: October 13, 2021
, , , Информационные технологии 2022 Т. 28 № 1 С. 48-55
The field of Information Communication Technology (ICT) is a rapidly developing and expanding arena. With the expansion of it, the need for specialists, skilled in ICT, is in high demand. The recent outbreak of Covid-19 virus has reshaped the current labor market for people with IT skills. People with tech skills in place need to ...
Added: January 25, 2022
, Вестник Пермского университета. Серия: История 2020 Т. 51 № 4 С. 26-37
The phenomenon of Soviet fashion is widely acknowledged, but it is still little known about Soviet designers’ professional routines and the way they solved their professional tasks in a planned economy. The existing studies explored Soviet fashion as part of the planned economy and everyday culture. The study aims at explaining how Soviet designers overcame ...
Added: December 21, 2020
, , et al., Applied Economics 2023
We examine whether the COVID-19 pandemic-induced systemic shocks cause a change in the dynamics of monetary policy spillovers among developed economies. Results from our analysis under the time-varying parameter vector autoregressive model indicate that: (i) variations in monetary policy actions are explained by monetary policy spillovers; (ii) shocks from the COVID-19 pandemic rocketed monetary policy ...
Added: June 22, 2023
, , , Applied Economics 2022 Vol. 54 No. 40 P. 4700-4710
This study investigates the impact of COVID-19 on the seasonality of gold returns by means of an asymmetric EGARCH model (Exponential GARCH). We find that the so-called ‘autumn effect’, or the traditional seasonal increase in gold returns in fall, vanishes and even shows a reverse pattern during the COVID-19 pandemic. We ascribe this phenomenon to ...
Added: June 16, 2022
, , Population and Economics 2022 Vol. 6 No. 4 P. 1-20
The paper identifies major factors associated with the pandemic spread in the Russian regions, using econometric models and nonlinear "Random Forest" models to assess their significance. The study is based on data of the Russian regions for March-December 2020, a balanced panel sample included 780 observations. Prevalence of the pandemic was estimated based on the ...
Added: November 19, 2022
Два вида изолированных локальных сообществ как старые и новые тённисовские общности в современной России
, Журнал социологии и социальной антропологии 2017 Т. 20 № 3 С. 161-178
In his seminal work «Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft», Ferdinand Tönnies back in the late nineteenth century already predicted that the end of the gesellschaft era will be marked by the appearance of new gemeinschafts, which may give birth to a new culture. Nowadays, we may be witnessing the emergence of such gemeinschafts in the form of ...
Added: January 10, 2018
, , et al., Applied Economics 2022 Vol. 54 No. 18 P. 2067-2076
We investigate how Covid-19 affects the emerging market (EM) bonds by analysing, on a standalone basis, investment grade (IG) and high yield (HY) debt per type of issuer. We document evidence that the option-adjusted spreads (OAS) of the IG and HY financials have recovered to the pre-Covid levels by the end of year 2020, while ...
Added: October 12, 2021
Динамика индивидуальной политической поддержки в России в ходе пандемии COVID-19: Анализ данных опроса «Ценности в кризисе»
, , , Политическая наука 2022 № 2 С. 122-143
How the COVID-19 pandemic affected the attitudes of Russians towards political institutions? The aggregate data of public opinion polls suggest that, according to various available indicators, the level of political support in Russia has slightly dropped, compared to the pre-pandemic period. Yet, this kind of data does not allow one to infer what aspects of ...
Added: June 22, 2022