The Russian family has been becoming more demographically heterogeneous over recent years. Some of the families follow the trend of having many children: women more often give birth to a third and fourth child, and the gap between births is decreasing, which makes the evolution of the family faster.
Current topic: Anti-alcohol measures: are they working in Russia?
In the issue: The structure of alcohol consumption as a social group indicator in modern Russian cities. The relationship between alcohol consumption practices and the social structure of modern Russia. “New wave” drugs as a factor in changing the drug situation in Russia.
Current topic: Russians not ready to work.
In the issue: Young people excluded from employment and education in the EU and Russia. Unemployment in the OECD countries: the evolution of attitudes and policies. Live “in the shadow” or die “in the light”: informal employment on the Russian labor market. Social capital and social mobility in Makhachkala, or what to do if you do not have influential relatives?
In the issue: Mortality in Russia: the second epidemiologic revolution that never was. Economic and social implications of the demographic transition (translation from English). Mortality from external causes of death in Russia over the past half-century. Ethnically mixed families in the Russian Federation. Health and well-being of the elderly with various religious background in Europe. On demographic development of the BRICS countries.