Current topic: The abortion ban: refresh your memory.
In the issue: A sociological portrait of infanticide in the United States at the turn of the 21st century: victims and perpetrators. Studying the opinions of women’s views on the causes of abortion. Socio-economic factors of children’s health in Russia. Russians’ spending on drugs: what has changed during the crisis?
Current topic: What working-age Russians get ill with and die of.
In the issue: Cardiovascular disease in the context of the socio-economic priorities of Russia’s long-term development. The epidemiology of stroke in Russia according to the results of the territorial and population register (2009-2010). The ultimate effect of Russia’s demographic policies in the 1980s.
Current topic: Why is a migrant not always a migrant’s friend, comrade and brother?
In the issue: Muslim Integration in Europe: the political aspect. Migration policy and collective identity: the experience of Russian-Germans in Germany. The human capital of highly qualified Russian-speaking specialists in emigration: the trajectory of professional and career development of immigrants. Gender characteristics and determinants of adaptive behavior of Russian-speaking migrants in Germany.
We are pleased to introduce the first English issue of our journal "Demographic Review. English selection 2015". It contains the translations of selected articles published in previous issues of the journal in Russian. The main goal of this edition is to make the results of population studies in Russia more accessible for our foreign colleagues and to widen the collaboration of Russian demographers with the international scientific demographic community.
Current topic: The third age: social well-being.
In the issue: Factors of inequality at the micro level. The “caring home”: caring for elderly relatives and problems of living together. The attitude to aging through the prism of the attitude to death. Potential segments of the population for expanding the customer base of commercial banks in the face of an aging population.
Current topic: Migrants who take care of others.
In the issue: The commercialization of domestic labor in the Russia context: from family help to an informal market of hired help. The labor of domestic workers in Russia and abroad: its scope and distinguishing features. Home care nurses from the provinces in the big city. Migration behavior of residents of the Republic of Bashkortostan (an analysis of sociological data). Preliminary results of the census in Georgia: Georgia’s population is only 3.7 million people.