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Bolshakov N.V., Dolgova E.M. (2022) Inklyuzivnoe obrazovanie v prostranstve postsotsializma: sravnitel’ny analiz roditel’skoy udovletvorennosti [Inclusive Education in the Post-Socialist Space: Comparative Study of an Assessment of Parental Satisfaction]. Voprosy obrazovaniya/Educational Studies Moscow, 1: 54–74. 

Rozhdestvenskaya, E., Voronkova, A. (2022). Achievement Femininity: Media Representation of the Professional Careers of Women Top Managers and EntrepreneursThe Journal of Social Policy Studies20(1), 37-52. 

Pasti, S., Logunova, O.Davydov, S. (2022). Journalistic Role Performance in the Russian Press: A Post-Soviet Model for the Third Decade, 2012-2022The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 30(2).

Iarskaia-Smirnova E.Goriainova A. (2022) Inclusive Education in Today’s Russia: Room for Manoeuvre.  Europe&Asia Studies, 74 (3): 426-448.

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Polukhina, E. (2022) Ethnographic Case-Study Design for Discovering Identities in Russian Post-Industrial Neighbourhoods The Qualitative Report , 27(5), 1221-1238. 

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Barkhatova L. (2021) The Overview of Online Ethnographic Research on Communities of People with DisabilitiesZhurnal Issledovanii Sotsial'noi Politiki, 19 (4): 715–726.

Kurnikova M., Pridatchenko M.  (2021)  The Family of a Child with Disabilities in the Field of Adaptive Physical Culture: Social and Legal Aspects.  Zhurnal Issledovanii Sotsial'noi Politiki, 19 (4): 727–736.

Utkina A., Kozlov A., Nikitin I., Karagodin V. (2021) Vitamin D: Focus On Risk Groups And Alternative SourcesTekhnologiya i tovarovedenie innovatsionnykh pishchevykh produktov, 71 (6): 57−70.

Kozlov A. I. (2021)  Polymorphism of the Genetic Determinants of Bone Mineral Metabolism in Various Groups of the Komi PeopleVestnik Archeologii, Antropologii i Etnografii, 55 (4): 151–161.

Chiarvesio F. (2021) Exploring Anti-corruption Knowledge on Russia: An Analysis of How the Context MattersJournal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, (29:2-3), 209−224.

Cook L.J., Inglot T. (2021) Central and Eastern Europe. In: The Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State. Oxford : Oxford University Press, Ch. VII.50: 881−898.

Kurnikova M., Zverev Yu. (2021) The Influence of Body-oriented Practices on the Physical Abilities of Deaf Children. A. Balashov (ed.) Scientific works of the St. Petersburg State Institute of Psychology and Social Work. St. Petersburg: 175-180

Isupova O. G., Rozhdestvenskaya E. Y., Lagereva A. E. (2021) COVID Resentment in Social Media: A Repertoire of Motivated Judgments. Monitoringof PublicOpinion:Economicand Social Changes, (5): 374–398. (In Russ.)

Rozhdestvenskaya E. (2021)  Interviewing the Elite and Celebrities: A Comparative Analysis of Methodological Opportunities and Limitations Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes Journal, (5): 64–91. (In Russ.)

Chiarvesio F.  (2021) Urban Activists from the Perspective of Anti-Corruption: A Framing Approach.   Journal of Social Policy Studies, 19 (2.): 315–326.

Bol'shakov N. V., Prisyazhnyuk D. I., Yarskaya-Smirnova E. R.   (2021) Tsennostnye orientiry i opyt reform v rossiyskikh regionakh: upravlentsy sotsial'noy sfery mezhdu Stsilloy i Kharibdoy novogo sotsial'nogo menedzhmenta. Monitoring obshchestvennogo mneniya: Ekonomicheskie i sotsial'nye peremeny, (3): 424−449.

Abramov R., Bykov A. (2021) Mir professiy v kontekste truda i zanyatosti: pandemicheskoe i tsifrovoe vertigo. Monitoring obshchestvennogo mneniya: Ekonomicheskie i sotsial'nye peremeny , (3): 4–20.

Aleksandrova M. (2021) Methods for Classification of Text Data: Can the Potential of Quantitative Analysis Be Applied to Qualitative Research? Interaction. Interview. Interpretation, 13 (2): 81−96.

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Rozhdestvenskaya E.  (2021) Videography of Love and Marriage Order . In: Mayer CH., Vanderheiden E. (eds)  International Handbook of Love . Springer, Cham.

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Ryabichenko T. A., Kozlova M. A. (2021)  Ideologies of Intergroup Relations in Pedagogical Discourse: Representation of Cultures and Intercultural Interaction in the Educational Books for Migrant ChildrenJournal of Intercultural Communication Research, DOI: 10.1080/17475759.2021.1910065

Iarskaia-Smirnova E. R., Bodrova O. A. (2021)  Modeli legitimatsii nekommercheskikh organizatsiy kak postavshchikov sotsial'nykh uslug [Models of Legitimation of Non-profit Organizations as Social Service Providers]. The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology,  24 (1): 45-78 (in Russian).

Cook L. J.Iarskaia-Smirnova E. R. Tarasenko A.  (2021)   Outsourcing Social Services to NGOs in Russia: Federal Policy and Regional Responses Post-Soviet Affairs . 37 (2): 119-136.

Iarskaia-Smirnova E. R., Kononenko R. V., Kosova O., Yarskaya V. (2021)  “They should cook borsch, chop wood…”: Contemporary Images of Social Work in the Context of Welfare Policy Reforms in Russia’s Print Media European Journal of Social Work , 24 (2): 358-370.


Titterton М., Kuuse R., Zsuzsa K., Bugarszki Z. (2020) Deinstitutionalisation and Recommunalisation in Estonia and Hungary: a Tale of Two States. European Journal of Social Work, (online): DOI: 10.1080/13691457.2020.1851657.

Chiarvesio F. (2020)  The Stagnation of Anti-corruption Studies on Russia: What should be Done to Reverse the Situation? Tomsk State University Journal of Philosophy, Sociology and Political Science, (58): 198–205. 

Cook L., Twigg J. (2020) Can Russia's Health and Welfare Systems Handle the Pandemic?  Current History , 119 (819): 251–257.

Iarskaia-Smirnova E. R.Verbilovich V. (2020)   "It’s No Longer Taboo, is It?" Stories of Intimate Citizenship of People with Disabilities in Today’s Russian Public Sphere.  Sexuality and Culture,  24 (2): 428-446.

Kozlova M. A. (2020) Integration Patterns in Host Societies Analysed on the Basis of Alphabet Book Content for Russian Schools in Limitrophe States in the First Third of the Twentieth Century.   History of Education , 49(5): 707-724.

Oni  Isaac Olumayowa (2020)   The Sociability of West African Migrants among Russians in Moscow.   Journal of Social Policy Studies  . 18 (1): 143-156. 

Kozlova M., Mikheev I. (2020) Upravlenie mnogoobraziem v epokhu transnatsionalizma: perspektivy i ogranicheniya v obrazovatel'nom prostranstve. Keys-stadi [Managing Diversity in the Era of Transnationalism: Perspectives and Limitations in the Educational Space]. Journal of Social Policy Studies , 18 (4): 657-672 (in Russian).

Bol'shakov N.V., Babkina A.S. (2020) 'Normal'no my budem rabotat'': adaptatsiya nezryachikh studentov v vuzakh [Adaptation of Visually-Impaired Students in the Universities]. Monitoring obshchestvennogo mneniya: Ekonomicheskie i sotsial'nye peremeny [Public Opinion Monitoring], (5): 540-558.

Iarskaia-Smirnova E.Bol'shakov N. (2020) Kak formirovat' inklyuzivnuyu kul'turu muzeya: obzor metodicheskikh posobiy [Creating an Inclusive Culture in the Museum: A Review of Russian-Language Methodological Guides].The Garage Journal: Studies in Art,  Museums & Culture, (01): 317-330 (in Russian).


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