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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nadezhda Fateeva
Emergence Social Inequalities in Recent Urban Areas (the Case of Moscow)
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
This investigation is devoted to the research the mechanisms of constructing social inequality in the area of social apartments in Nekrasovka district of Moscow city. The main aim is to understand, how mechanisms of social inequality in the area of social apartments in Nekrasovka conctruct. I consider the qualitative design of the research to be the most relevant. My empirical object is people, who are living in special social apartments and their neighbors that bought a standard flat. I am going to apply the snowball method and spontaneous sampling. The scope of my interests includes all potential residents of the street Rozhdestvenskaya in the area of Nekrasovka, because these houses have a wide range of rented social apartments used no more than 5 years. Theoretical object is expanse of social inequality. Subject is a constructing social inequality. I will continue to collect interviews until I make sure that, the data I have collected is theoretically saturated. Subsequent analysis contain methods of axial coding and selection of semantic values by means of aggregations of categories that will carried out in specialized programs. The main supposition of my study is that there can be some types of construction the mechanisms of social inequality. These may include social, economic, cultural and geographic mechanisms. Moreover, I assume that mechanisms of social inequality will hidden from unwanted eyes of researcher and lead to the oppression of a particular part of the community. The structure of this work consists of Introduction, Literature review, Methodology, Assumptions, Conclusion and References.

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