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Strelnikova A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2018. No. WP BRP 84/SOC/2018.
This article discusses the phenomenon of recent decades associated with the redevelopment of former industrial areas and factory districts. These areas previously had a homogeneous environment in which residents construct a local solidarity, but now functions and image of industrial districts are changing. Transformations of former industrial spaces is analyzed on example of two Moscow neighborhoods. The author’s research based on case study includes interviews with residents and developers, observations, analysis of media discussion and online communities, and secondary data analysis. Relying on concepts of social differentiation and social identity, the author considers former industrial neighborhood in terms of housing statuses, visual representations, senses and subjective perception.Redevelopment accentuates the differences between the “old” residents of industrial neighborhoods who live in the former factory buildings, and the “new” residents who buy dwelling in new buildings constructed on the former factory spaces or in nearby areas. These differences related with spatial representations and helps to build a model of socio-cultural and territorial dynamics of the industrial areas. The research shows that the formation of a new territorial identity occurs in conditions of social and housing inequality.
Added: Dec 14, 2018
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Bessudnov A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. WP BRP 36/SOC/2014.
This paper looks at the effect of parental occupational status on their children’s occupational status and earnings in Russia. The analysis based on twelve surveys conducted from 1991 to 2011 (n=21,639) demonstrates a statistically significant effect of parental occupational status on respondents’ occupational status and earnings even after controlling for respondents’ education. Contrary to previous findings (Gerber and Hout 2004), the association between social origins and destinations did not strengthen over time. The size of the effect of parental status in Russia is similar to other European countries. A separate analysis shows that monetary returns on higher education increased in post-Soviet Russia, while returns on higher education in terms of occupational status decreased.
Added: Mar 14, 2014
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Swader C. S., Kosals L. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. 17.
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spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and interpersonal relations and, on the other hand, (b) informality via spheres of politics, economics and 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Evidence indicates that modernization is clearly linked formal media of normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), normative regulation in the spheres of politics (measured as greater government effectiveness), economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion economics (i.e. lower proportion of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance of shadow economy), and interpersonal relations (i.e. less reliance upon family and friendships). 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Moreso, our multi -level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values level regression models, using World Values Survey data, report that political formality (government effectiveness) at the country level is Survey data, report that political formality (government effectiveness) at the country level is Survey data, report that political 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Survey data, report that political formality (government effectiveness) at the country level is linked linked linked to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings to less anomie at the individual level. Overall, we suggest that economic growth initially brings normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, normlessness through undermining informal social control. However, with greater economic stock, there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalizationthere is a tendency for greater political formalization there is a tendency for greater political formalization , formal social control, which brings levels of ,ormal social control, which brings levels of anomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong syndrome in postanomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong anomie syndrome in post anomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong syndrome in postanomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong anomie syndrome in postanomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong anomie syndrome in post anomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong syndrome in postanomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong anomie syndrome in postanomie down. Furthermore, even after all controls, there is a strong anomie syndrome in post
Added: Apr 4, 2013
Working paper
Aleskerov F. T., Boriskova A. M., Pislyakov V. et al. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2016
An analysis of journals’ rankings based on five commonly used bibliometric indicators (impact factor, article influence score, SNIP, SJR, and H-index) has been conducted. It is shown that despite the high correlation, these single-indicator-based rankings are not identical. Therefore, new approach to ranking academic journals is proposed based on the aggregation of single bibliometric indicators using several ordinal aggregation procedures. In particular, we use the threshold procedure, which allows to reduce opportunities for manipulations.
Added: Feb 19, 2016
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Pavlyutkin I., Yudin G. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. WP BRP 49/SOC/2014 .
In this paper we draw upon important distinctions suggested by classics of anthropology in order to develop a theoretical approach to the phenomenon of debt. Building on the opposition be-tween the logic of the gift and that of the market, we elucidate moral tensions that call debt rela-tions into being. However, instead of reducing debt to either of these rival principles, we inter-pret it as a combination of both that allows for mediating between them in a highly ambiguous moral context. Using evidence from a small Russian town, we analyse how interest-free debt functions within face-to-face interactions in local shops and how it structures the ordinary lives of shopkeepers, salespeople and consumers in the community. We discuss a moral situation that turns the fram-ing of everyday purchases into a problem and demonstrate how a material device — a debt book — enters into a transaction in order to resolve it. A debt book turns out to be a specific graphic technology, a destructive device that subverts both marketization and communitarian aid by sus-pending the framing of interaction. In the resulting atmosphere of ambiguity, debts become an object of strategic manipulation for the members of community that demands good negotiation skills and use of moral arguments. Although the constitution of debt economy is highly dependent on the dynamics of marketization and economization, it can in fact accommodate very different moral regimes.
Added: Aug 25, 2014
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Mersiyanova I. V., Ivanova N., Korneeva I. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. 53/SOC/2014.
As part of Russia’s transformation process of the last decade, the preconditions for the emergence of philanthropic institutions were created. A plethora of evidence illustrates how this process has unfolded. However, there is a limited amount of research devoted to the philanthropic activity of Russians. This deficit stems from a lack of empirical data on the subject. This article seeks to partly rectify this deficit of empirical information on the topic. We examine the level of involvement of Russians in making cash donations and reveal the factors that influence it. Empirical data were collected within the framework of the monitoring of Russia's civil society that has been conducted since 2006.
Added: Oct 23, 2014
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Sokolov B. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2019. No. 86.
Using Monte Carlo simulation experiments, this paper examines the performance of popular SEM goodness-of-fit indices, namely CFI, TLI, RMSEA, and SRMR, with respect to a specific task of measurement invariance testing with categorical data and many groups (10-50 groups). Study factors include the number of groups, the level of non-invariance in the data, and the absence/presence of model misspecifications other than non-invariance. In sum, the study design yields a total of 81 conditions. All simulated data sets are analyzed using two popular SEM estimators, MLR and WLSMV. The main contribution of this paper to the methodological literature on cross-cultural survey research is that it produces revised guidelines for evaluating the goodness of fit of invariance MGCFA models with many groups.
Added: Jul 15, 2019
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Tatarko A., Schmidt P. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2012. No. 07/SOC/2012.
The objective of this research was to assess the mechanism through which the individual level components of social capital, that is, individuals‘ levels of trust, tolerance and civic identity affect their economic behavior. The sample of the study included 634 respondents aged 20 to 59. A structural equation model relating social capital with economic attitudes was specified and tested controlling for age, gender and education. We found that higher levels of individual social capital were associated with adverse monetary attitudes. Attitudes toward money as a means of influence and protection and the desire to accumulate it reflect a personal sense of dependency on money and lead to constant concern about it. A greater social capital, by providing social support that serves as an alternative source of security, influence, and protection, may reduce this dependence on money. An important finding of our research has been that the component of social capital that correlated most frequently and strongly with monetary attitudes, was civic identity. Generally, based on our findings we propose that the negative association between monetary attitudes and individual level social capital suggests that, when social capital decreases, people try to compensate by accumulating financial capital.
Added: Aug 28, 2012
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Vólchenko O., Shirokanova A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2017. No. 76.
Generalized trust is an information- and risk-based resource enabling communication in modern society. Mass media channels can reduce or increase generalized trust, but their effects are dependent on the social context. The purpose of this paper is to examine how different types of media consumption are related to generalized social trust under democratic and nondemocratic regimes. In modern societies generalized trust and mass media serve as mechanisms to overcome information-based uncertainty. We propose and investigate hypotheses on how the relation between news media consumption and social trust differs in democratic and nondemocratic societies. Using multilevel regression modelling on the nationally representative World Values Survey data from more than 75,000 people in 53 countries across the world (2011-2014) and international democracy indices, we look into the interactive effects of regular use of the Internet and television news and generalized trust in democratic and nondemocratic countries. The results show that, irrelevant of the political regime, regular news consumption from television is associated with lower trust to strangers. However, using Internet news in nondemocratic countries is linked with an additional decrease in trust to strangers. We discuss how these findings run against the argument of the bridging effect of the Internet in nondemocratic countries and support the mean-world hypothesis irrelevant of the political regime.
Added: Oct 20, 2017
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Kotelnikova Z. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. 22.
The core idea of the paper is to put social embeddedness of economic phenomena as a key economic sociology’s concept at the heart of empirical research. The author stresses the importance of taking into account the temporal dimension of the market exchange. It is shown that continuation of exchange relationships can be considered as a proxy for social embeddedness. The paper focuses on contractual relationships of retail chains and their suppliers which have been changed dramatically since the emergence of modern chain stores in Russia. The aim is to reveal to what extent contractual relationships between retailers and suppliers are structurally embedded and which factors are conducive to the greater degree of the structural embeddedness of retailer-supplier relationships in Russian emerging markets. Based on the Baker, Faulkner and Fisher’s theory of continuation of markets ties, the presented paper focuses the influence of power, institutional forces and competition. The paper is based on a survey of retailers and their suppliers in five Russian cities: Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, and Tyumen. In 2010 questionnaires were collected from 257 managers of supplying companies and 255 retail managers from the above cities. Quantitative data was enriched with 30 in-depth interviews with suppliers and retailers in 2008. It is shown that both retailers and suppliers tend to maintain long-lasting relationships with majority of partners. However, retailers and suppliers are prone to follow different models. Power turns out to be meaningful for retailers while institutional forces appear to be much of special importance for suppliers. Retailers exercise organizational power to destabilize market ties with counterparts. Suppliers use relational selection criteria and specific investments to attach relationships with exchange partners. The significant factors conducive to the prevalence of the embedded ties in the market are organizational power, relational criteria of business partner selection, specific investments, length of service in retailing, tenure length of managers in a given company, sector, and geographic location.
Added: Sep 16, 2013
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Vadim Voskresenskiy, Musabirov I., Alexandrov D. A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2017
This paper is concerned with online communication of apartment buildings' residents on general purpose social networking site (SNS) VKontakte (VK), focusing on how groups' participants use instruments of SNS to separate place-based discussions and participation in wider community initiatives. With the help of topic modeling algorithm LDA, we analyzed posts collected from online groups related to apartment buildings in St. Petersburg to reveal differences in communication in open groups and restricted access groups. We also looked at overlaps between local groups of apartment buildings and city-wide movements. Our study shows that inside SNS there is a functional differentiation between restricted access groups and open groups, which have different audiences and communicative strategies. Restricted access (private) groups play an important role in the formation of neighbors' communities of trust and, supposedly, can be useful substitutes of face-to-face interaction for people moving into new buildings. Open (public) groups function as public forums for fostering neighbors' cooperation and attracting the attention of the broader public to local issues and conflicts.
Added: Oct 20, 2017
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Zelikova Y. A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. 21.
This paper aims to identify and analyze the life course and contextual factors that influence the subjective well-being (SWB) of individuals over 60 years of age. Our research is based on the results of the 5th wave of the World Value Survey. We have investigated the level of SWB for older people at both the individual and country level. The results of our research demonstrate that the strongest predictors of SWB later in life are satisfaction with one’s financial state, health, and a sense of control, meaning the belief that individuals are in control of their lives. Besides this, the important factors of SWB for older people are the ability to establish and maintain friendly relations with other people, such as family members and friends, and to invest their own resources in positive emotions and important relationships for themselves. Older people from ex-communist countries have the lowest level of SWB. Older people from English-speaking countries, such as the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, have, by contrast, the highest level of SWB. These results suggest that the degree of modernization influences SWB levels very strongly. For older people, the country in which they live, the level of democracy, GDP per capita, freedom, and tolerance are very important. In contemporary society, the later period of life is a time for self-realization, new activities, new leisure, and new emotions. If society understands the needs of older people and provides opportunities for their realization, society can overcome the challenges caused by population aging. Only then can we discuss the concept of ‘successful aging’.  
Added: Jul 4, 2013
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Soboleva N. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2021. No. WP BRP 96/SOC/2021.
Work forms one of the important spheres of life and is one of the main determinants of subjective well-being in general and life satisfaction in particular (Argyle 2001; Sousa-Poza & Sousa-Poza 2000). The study aims to disclose the impact of work values and socio-demographic characteristics upon the link between life satisfaction and job satisfaction. The European Values Study 2008-2009 is used as dataset. The sample is limited to those who have jobs (28 653 cases). The results confirm findings from the literature that intrinsic motivation increases life satisfaction (Vansteenkiste 2007). It is in line with self-determination theory according to which pursuit of intrinsic motivation facilitates satisfaction of the basic psychological needs for autonomy, competence and relatedness (Deci & Ryan, 2000; Kasser, 2002). Sharing extrinsic values decreases life satisfaction.  The association between life satisfaction and job satisfaction is stronger for higher educated individuals and self-employed and weaker for women, married individuals, religious individuals and those of younger age. These results are due to the different of job in life of people with different characteristics. The link between life satisfaction and job satisfaction is the same in countries with low and high GDP per capita.
Added: May 12, 2021
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Dokuka S., Valeeva D., Yudkevich M. M. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 65/SOC/2015.
Peer group effects show the influence of student social environments on their individual achievements. Traditionally, a social environment is considered by researchers of peer effects as exogenously given. However, significant peers that affect performance are often those that are deliberately chosen. Students might choose their friends among peers with similar academic achievements. A dynamic analysis of student social networks and academic achievements is needed to disentangle social selection and social influence processes in network formation. Using data about the friendship and advice networks of first year undergraduate students, we show that friends tend to assimilate each others’ achievements and choose advisers with similar grades. We explain these results by social segregation based on student performance. The article contributes to the dynamic analysis of student social networks and the understanding of the nature of peer group effects in education
Added: Sep 10, 2015
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Zeveleva O. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 61/SOC/2015.
This paper investigates the discursive construction of co-ethnic migration in German society. Taking a biographical study on ethnic Germans from the former Soviet Union as a starting point, the author traces co-ethnic immigrant pathways in German society and analyzes the legal frameworks, institutions, and organizations encountered by these migrants. The author employs a critical discourse analysis approach to texts relating to a camp where newly arriving immigrants live and undergo registration. The article proposes a new way of researching discursive construction, using biographical interviews as a starting point for identifying “localities of discourse” which are important to the group in question. Such an approach allows us to find relevant sources of discourse in a way that is grounded in empirical material, and subsequently to account for which discourses are appropriated by members of certain social groups, such as co-ethnic migrants. The article thus builds a bridge between biographical sociology and critical discourse analysis, using the former as a point of departure for framing the selection of materials for implementing the latter. The article makes a methodological contribution by introducing the concept “locality of discourse” as a bridge between biographical sociology and critical discourse analysis. The author also makes an empirical contribution by examining a border transit camp in Germany as a “locality of discourse” and showing how the camp informs our understanding of the place of co-ethnic migrants in German society
Added: Mar 6, 2015
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Kravtsova M., Oshchepkov A. Y., Welzel C. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2018
This study provides new evidence on the impact of historic household formation patterns on present day levels of social capital (SC). We distinguish effects on bonding and bridging social capital, of which only the latter is beneficial for a society as a whole. Our results challenge the view that large household size in the past per se was responsible for institutional drawbacks of contemporary societies restricting social capital. We unveil the true processes lying behind the idea that prevalence of nuclear households fostered institutional development, testing three mechanisms through which household size may influence social capital: (a) family size in terms of the number of household members; (b) the strength of loyalty bonds within the family, and (c) generational and gendered power hierarchies within the family. Our hypotheses are explored on the basis of 26 European countries covered by the Life in Transition Survey (LiTs) in 2010. The contrast between Western and Eastern European countries in the LiTs provides a controlled environment that is free from the potentially confounding influence of European colonialism. We generate a new historical database using historical census data for 429 sub-national regions in 5 West European and 21 East European countries. Individual responses from the LiTs are attributed to the sub-national region in which the respondent lives. We find that power relations within the family have more essential consequences for contemporary values and attitudes than nuclearity/extendedness dimension. Within-family hierarchies revealed to be the strongest predictor of social capital today, indicating lower levels of bridging SC and higher level of corruption in form of monetary transfers or exchange of favors. We suggest that within-family hierarchies in the past might have affected the contemporary level of SC provoking a longstanding commitment to authority within the society. This evidence is illustrated by the significant positive correlation between the historical index of within-family hierarchy and autocracy preference as measured on LiTs data. Societal commitment to authority rooted in historical family pattern might have prevented generalized trust formation and fostered vertical patron-client relations, favoritism and corruption. Our results may drive further research from concentrating on family extendedness (nuclearity) as a predictor of the current state of modernization towards using more meaningful indicators of within-family hierarchies.
Added: Dec 10, 2018
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Rudnev M., Magun V., Schmidt P. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. 51.
Unlike variable-centered measures, validity and stability of typologies have been rarely  studied. Magun, Rudnev and Schmidt [in review] developed a value typology of the  European population using data from the 4 th round of the European Social Survey. The  value classes showed heuristic power in the comparison of different parts of the European  population, countries in particular, enabling more differentiated interpretations in a  parsimonious way. The current paper tests the stability of this typology by extending the  study to three time points – consecutive surveys in 2008, 2010 and 2012. Conceptually,  this test coincides with measurement invariance testing. We reviewed the levels of  typology measurement invariance. Then, the invariance of the value typology of  Europeans was tested across three rounds of the ESS and it was found to hold configural  and partial invariance. The reliability of the value classes was supported by the stability  of country class probabilities across the time points as well. The correlations of the  country shares of the value classes with the economic development of countries are also  invariant at the three time points. The results imply that the value classification of  Europeans is not ad hoc, but reflects the natural structure of European societies, and can  be used in future studies
Added: Sep 2, 2014
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Polukhina E., Strelnikova A., Vanke A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2017. No. WP BRP 77/SOC/2017.
This paper presents an analytical description of working-class identity in three key periods of the socioeconomic transformations which changed the structure of a plant’s industry and working-class life: the Soviet era (1930s-1980s), the time of economical change (1990s), and the post-Soviet years (2000s-2010s). The analytical framework of the study is based on the concept of ‘cultural class analysis’ (Savage 2015). It includes the concepts of habitus and cultural capital, and culture as embedded in economic and social relations (Bourdieu 1980). In the course of the research we conducted an ethnographic case-study in 2017 and lived in the neighborhood of Uralmash, which was designed for workers of a heavy machinery plant dating back to the 1920s in the city of Yekaterinburg. Based on 15 in-depth interviews with Uralmash workers living in the neighborhood and 8 experts, and our field observations, we discovered 3 restructuring shapes of the Uralmash worker identity. These working class identities shapes referred to 3 determined periods. The Soviet period showed a ‘consistent’ working-class identity of the Uralmash workers, whereby the plant and working spirits were the centers of their lives. The 1990s was marked by severe deterioration of workers’ social conditions and the loss of their familiar bearings in life. As a consequence, the Uralmash workers perceived themselves as ‘victims of circumstances’ with ‘collapsing’ worker identity in 1990s. Currently, ‘Soviet’ and ‘post-Soviet’ practices and values are combined in today’s ‘mixing’ and an inconsistent worker identity. The notions of ‘simple’ and ‘working-class’ as sense-making images are encapsulated in nostalgic memories and retain their role as criteria for the delineation between inequalities and social discrimination along the ‘them’ and ‘us’: ‘we are those who live belonging to the past’. The Soviet past still continues to be an important sense-making resource; in fact, it is the only ‘universal’ prop for them that support their subjective perception of themselves.
Added: Nov 27, 2017
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Roshchina Y. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. 20.
The goal of this project is to find out the influence of some economic and social factors on the demand for alcohol in modern Russia. The number of regression models is estimated on the base of "The Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (RLMS-HSE)" 1994-2011. There are classic models of demand for alcohol of Becker and Murphy (1988): static, myopic and rational addiction models. We use two-step way of estimation because of two-step consumer decision ("to drink or not to drink" and how much to drink). This way let it possible to find out the factors of every decision separately. The new idea of this research is to use as independent variables not only economic parameters (as prices and incomes of respondent and his\her family members) but some social characteristics such as educational level, gender, age, nationality, optimism level, alcohol use by other family members, and other. The first results have demonstrated that some social factors (education, marital status, alcohol use by other family members) are more important that the economic ones (as price for alcohol).
Added: May 13, 2013
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Efendiev A., Sorokin P. S., Kozlova M. A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2014. No. WP BRP 56/SOC/2014 .
In the present paper we analyze transformations in the life of rural population in the Belgorod region, Russia, in the period 2000-2013 in the context of active development of large vertically integrated enterprises – agroholdings. These transformations are seen through the prism of “modernization” concept: agroholdings promote advanced agricultural technologies, professional management and modern organization of labor and thus may be considered as an important factor stimulating rural modernization in Belgorod region. The traditional understanding of “modernization” in sociology implies a progressive transition from a “pre-modern” or “traditional” to a “modern” society which means changes in many areas such as: occupational structure (including the development of entrepreneurship), material well-being (growth of living condition resulting from efficient economy), and increase in rationality and individualism. However, literature shows that the adaptation to modernization processes might be painful for the local communities and for the society in general. Hence, reflecting on both, modernization theoretical framework and literature on Russian rural development, in our analysis of transformations in Belgorod region we focus on the following aspects: firstly, material well-being and living conditions of rural population; secondly, individualism and attitudes towards achievement and economic success; thirdly, the attractiveness of private farming. Finally, we look at the general perception by the rural population of their future (from the point of view of optimism/pessimism). The research is based on the two empirical studies, conducted in the years 2000 and 2013 which utilized similar methodology in the similar 15 villages of the Belgorod region. Possibly, the most interesting empirical finding is that despite rapid growth of material well-being of the rural population, the pessimistic expectations are no less widespread in 2013 than in 2000. This illustrates the complex nature of the transformations of the rural life in Belgorod region.
Added: Dec 15, 2014
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Rudnev M. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. WP BRP 13/SOC/2013.
This paper challenges the common assumption that basic human values remain stable during the lifetime of an individual. The author demonstrates individual value change by studying migrants’ values which are prone to change after a move to a new country. Using cross-sectional data, the author estimated the relative impacts of country of birth and country of residence – and values that are common – on individual values of migrants. Values were measured by Schwartz’s questionnaire as well as Inglehart’s Self-Expression items. Cross-classified multilevel regression models were applied to the sample of migrants, selected from five rounds of the European Social Survey.  The results demonstrated the significance of both the country of residence and the country of birth as well as values which are common in these countries. Surprisingly, the impact of the country of residence on migrants’ values appeared to be higher than the country of birth. Furthermore, values which are common in the country of residence have a higher impact on migrant values than values widespread in their country of birth. The findings suggest that values are only partly formed during the formative period and keep changing throughout a person’s life.
Added: Mar 22, 2013