Sandwiched women: Health behavior, health, and life satisfaction
University Library of Munich, Germany , 2022. No. 113905.
Kartseva M., Peresetsky A.
In this paper, we use unique nationally representative data from the 25th wave of Russia Longitudinal Monitoring survey, (RLMS-HSE) for 2016. Based on the survey data, we investigate the impact of sandwich generation caregiving on the health behavior of Russian women—their health behavior, self-assessed health and life satisfaction. We found that sandwich generation caregiving reduces the likelihood of medical examinations, and regular meals, the effect is especially pronounced for working women. A small reduction in alcohol consumption is observed. The likelihood of smoking is reduced (especially for women under 50). The likelihood of being overweight increases, the proportion of chronic diseases decreases, and self-assessed health improves (these effects are especially pronounced for women who are non-pensioners). The proportion of depression decreases. These effects may be the result of an inattentive attitude to one's health and a consciousness of the social significance of fulfilling one's duty. The latter also affects the decreasing number of sandwich generation givers (SGC) dissatisfied with life in general.
, , / Российская экономическая школа (РЭШ). Series NES Working Paper series "NES Working Paper series". 2022. No. 289.
In this paper, we use unique nationally representative data from the 25th wave of Russia Longitudinal Monitoring survey, (RLMS-HSE) for 2016. Based on the survey data, we investigate the impact of sandwich generation caregiving on the health behavior of Russian women—their health behavior, self-assessed health and life satisfaction. We found that sandwich generation caregiving reduces ...
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, , Russian Journal of Economics 2023 Vol. 9 No. 3 P. 306-328
This paper studies the impact of sandwich generation caregiving on the health behavior, self-assessed health and life satisfaction of Russian women. It presents evidence that sandwich generation caregiving reduces the likelihood of medical examinations, and regular meals. Alcohol consumption and likelihood of smoking are reduced. The likelihood of obesity increases, the proportion of chronic diseases ...
Added: October 8, 2023
Ростов н/Д : Издательство Фонд науки и образования, 2016
The book presents multidisciplinary analysis of the various manifestations of post-urban processes in modern society, the scientific understanding of a wide range of issues: the socio-economic and cultural effects and consequences of urbanization are highlighted, features and prospects of ruralization, return migration, the search for new non-urban way of lifestyles in urbanized countries, downshifting and ...
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, Народонаселение 2012 № 3 С. 45-52
This study shows the situation and dynamic of main quality of life (QOL) indicators. The Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (RLMS) data 1994-2010 were used (representative sample). Most of QOL indicators decreased in the default period (1998), but then there demonstrate positive dynamic till 2010. However, some individual and social groups’ characteristics were a fairly low ...
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Объективное и субъективное благополучие: опыт сравнительного анализа стран Центральной Азии, России и Беларуси
, , Социологические исследования 2016 № 5 С. 96-109
This paper analyzes objective and subjective well-being in 2004 - 2011 using the evidence of Central Asia. We compare the results with the corresponding indicators in Russia and Belarus. Subjective well-being indicators are differentiated by the key socio-demographic characteristics. The paper reveals the following paradox: the objective indicators in the Central Asian countries are rather ...
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, , / Высшая школа экономики. Series SOC "Sociology". 2020. No. WP BRP 94/SOC/2020.
The article focuses on individual income mobility among Russians in the years 2009–2017, as measured objectively and subjectively. As in previous periods of post-Soviet development, income mobility in Russia remains high. In comparison to member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) , income mobility in Russia is higher, while the level ...
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, , , Latinidade. Revista do Nucleo de Estudos das Americas 2016 Vol. 8 No. 1 P. 201-223
The article discusses the features of tmigration from Russian Federation during 1990-2010-ies, that is, after collapse of the USSR. Identifed singularity-of modern accounting system of tmigration from Russia and are given real-estimate of the number of Russian immigrants based on correction data of Federal Service of State Statistics data from countries receiving Russian migrants. Identified ...
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Regional discrepancies in Subjective Well-Being of birth-cohorts in Europe after the threshold of age 60
, , Journal of Population Ageing 2018
This study focuses on the understanding the problem if there are differences across Europe in subjective well-being of generations born before, during and shortly after the Second World War. It is based on 6 rounds (from 2002 to 2012) of European Social Survey (ESS) for 16 countries (excluding participating less than 4 times). We used ...
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, Общественные науки и современность 2015 № 3 С. 19-33
The article describes the dynamics and factors of satisfaction and dissatisfaction with life in Russia ...
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Soy’s King and Wheat’s Queen: State intervention and the meaning of leading monocultures in Brazilian and Russian agrarian histories
, , et al., Sociologies in Dialogue; Brazil 2018 Vol. 4 No. 1 P. 26-52
Despite very different agrarian histories, Brazil and Russia have revealed some similarities concerning their insertion into the global food markets. One of these is the fact that both countries are now leading players in two of the most important global commodity chains. Brazil is already the main soy exporter in the world, whereas Russia is ...
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Регулярное общенациональное репрезентативное обследование населения по изучению демографического, социального и экономического поведения «Человек, Семья, Общество»: анализ результатов первой волны и методическая подготовка второй волны (Regular National Representative Survey of the Demographic, Social and Economic Behavior of the Population "Person, Family, Society": An Analysis of the First Wave Data and Methodical Preparation to the Second Wave)
, , et al., / Social Science Research Network. Серия SSRN Working Paper Series "SSRN Working Paper Series". 2015.
The paper considers demographic, social and economic behavior of the Russian population. The first chapter is based on the first wave of the survey "Person, family, society" (2013). We develop a three- criteria methodology of stratification and analyze social dynamics of middle, post-middle and proto middle groups. The second chapter contains the results of the ...
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, Russian Education and Society 2016 Vol. 58 No. 12 P. 841-861
The paper is aimed at analyzing the structure and socio-demographic characteristics of workers wiht higher education and estimating the mismatch between the individual fields of education and his/her occupation. The research base is constituted by Labor Force Survey for 2014. The research results show that the structure or the workers by the fields of education differentietes ...
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, Journal for Labour Market Research 2012 Vol. 45 No. 1 P. 23-39
This paper examines wage differentials between permanent/non-permanent and full-time/part-time employees. The analysis is based on the representative Household Survey of Welfare dataset, collected by Rosstat and the World Bank in 2003. The results show that non-permanent workers suffer a loss in wages while part-timers earn more per hour than full-timers, but the wage gap diminishes ...
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Концепция «продовольственных режимов» как модель объяснения стратегий аграрного развития (на примере России и Бразилии)
, , et al., Вестник Российского университета дружбы народов. Серия: Социология 2019 Т. 19 № 2 С. 261-276
The ‘food regime’ approach was introduced as a historical method of “incorporated comparison” (P. McMichael). This comparison of the role of agriculture in the world-system made some scholars overemphasize an excessively unitary and coherent global food regime. The authors recognize this approach as a historical-comparative analytical tool to understand global trends, but argue that the Russian and Brazilian agrarian ...
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, The European Journal of Comparative Economics 2012 Vol. 9 No. 2 P. 279-303
The paper deals with temporary employment in the Russian labour market. The main focus is the gender difference regarding determinants of temporary employment. Unlike most European countries, where women are more likely to have temporary work, in Russia men predominantly have this status, comparable to the situation in many developing countries. This paper seeks to ...
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М. : Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2015
Текст доклада ориентирован прежде всего на то, чтобы, снабдив экспертное сообщество основанными на науч- ных исследованиях материалами по широкому кругу социальных проб лем, способствовать предметной и плодотворной дискуссии как в самой экспертной среде, так и между лидерами гражданского общества и теми, кто принимает решения от имени государства. ...
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, Вестник Института социологии 2018 Т. 27 № 4 С. 44-63
his article1 examines shifts when it comes to employment among Russians during the financial-economic crisis years of 2014–2016, as well as during the years 2017–2018, which Russian scientists have already named the “period of negative post-crisis stabilization”. This article for the most part confirms said thesis. Despite obvious success in certain aspects (for example, unemployment around ...
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The impact of migration on the sexual health, behaviours and attitudes of Central and East European gay/bisexual men in London
, , et al., Ethnicity and Health 2013 Vol. 19 No. 1 P. 86-99
Building on an earlier quantitative study which found that gay/bisexual men from Central and Eastern Europe were at greater risk of sexual ill health following migration to the UK, the aim of this qualitative study is to explore how the process of migration itself may have influenced the migrants’ sexual behaviour and attitudes. Methods To address these ...
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, , Вопросы экономики 2021 № 5 С. 107-128
In order to study the structure of society, sociologists usually distinguish several homogeneous social groups, or classes. The most common division consists of three groups: upper, middle and lower classes. Such a partition is traditionally based on a subjective (exogenous) criteria adopted by a particular researcher. In this paper, the distribution of households in Russian ...
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, М. : Магистр, 2011
Пособие содержит характеристику и сравнительный анализ основных современных моделей социально-экономического развития разных стран мира. Особое внимание обращено на американскую, ряд европейских, японскую, южнокорейскую, индийскую и африканскую модели. Проанализиованы уровни и тенденции экономического развития главных капиталистических и постсоциалистических стран, а также социалистические модели и их трансформация на примере стран Восточной Европы и Китая. Большое внимание уделено ...
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, Вестник Санкт-Петербургского университета. Серия 12: Социология 2020 № 1 С. 4-24
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Оценка Эффективности и Результативности Системы Здравоохранения (Evaluating the Effectiveness and Efficiency of the Health System)
, , et al., Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration 2015
Keeping pace of development of the Russian health care system requires improving the efficiency of spending. In developed countries, an important role in this task plays a multilevel system of evaluation and control of cost-effectiveness and results of operations of the health system and its individual members, supported by the use of evaluation findings in ...
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L., NY : Routledge, 2016
This book tells the untold story of how ordinary Russian people experienced and coped with Russia’s transformations after the end of communism. Unlike most studies of the subject which focus on high politics, developments in the elite and events at the centre, this book, which includes findings from interviews, memoirs, public opinion surveys and press ...
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