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"Demoscope Weekly" ## 657-658

Current topic: Russian dachas in different scales of space and time

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 655-656

Current topic: Dacha mobility, the dacha mentality and dacha studies

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 653-654

Current topic: Global demographic challenges to health care

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 651-652

Current topic: Geography and Economics of the Russian prison system

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 649-650

Current topic: The complex demographic future of Belarus

Interethnic Marriages Reflect Distances Between Ethnic Groups

The proportion of interethnic marriages in Russia varies widely depending on ethnicity. How common mixed-ethnicity families are depends largely on couples' ability to overcome cultural, religious and social differences between their ethnic groups and also on settlement and migration patterns.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 647-648

Current topic: Health and Illness of Russians

Youth Take Longer to Leave Their Parents

Young Russians are in no hurry to start living on their own. The age of moving out from the parental home has increased from 18-20 for previous generations to 23-25 for today's youth. Instead, young people are spending more time in search of themselves and taking longer to get an education and choose a partner, according to a study by Ekaterina Mitrofanova, Junior Research Fellow at the HSE Institute of Demography, and Alina Dolgova, student at the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 645-646

Current topic: Russian urbanization and urban housing

Demographic Review #4

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.