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Darya Konstantinovna Khodorenko

  • Darya Konstantinovna Khodorenko has been at HSE University since 2009.


  • 2015

    European University in St. Petersburg

  • 2011

    HSE University

  • 2009

    Tomsk State Pedagogical University

Student Term / Thesis Papers

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Courses (2019/2020)

Project Seminar (Bachelor’s programme; Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies; 1 year, 3, 4 module)Eng


  • 2019
    Тревожное общество и сенситивная социология (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Статусные неравенства в здоровье: значение социального положения родительской семьи
  • 2018
    16th European Association for Research on Adolescence conference (16th EARA) (Гент). Presentation: Adolescents' drinking: parental control vs. peer pressure.
  • 2015
    Всероссийская научно-практическая конференция молодых ученых, аспирантов и студентов "Здоровье населения и развитие" (Москва). Presentation: Забота о здоровье в семьях с низким социально-профессиональным статусом
  • VII социологическая межвузовская конференция студентов и аспирантов "Социология в действии" (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Забота о здоровье в низкоресурсных семьях


Articles and book chapters3

Working papers1

Preprint Khodorenko D. K., Titkova V. Extracurricular Sport and Risk Behaviour: Are They Related? / NRU Higher School of Economics. Series EDU "Education". 2016. No. 38.

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Hobbies and Clubs Can Keep Youth Away from Alcohol

Youth in medium-sized and small towns who engage in after-school activities such as hobby clubs are less likely to drink alcohol. Generally, school-age youth in communities with higher educational levels, social and professional status are less vulnerable to alcohol abuse.