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Veronika Kostenko

  • Veronika Kostenko has been at HSE since 2010.

Education and Degrees

  • 2017

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)

  • 2013

    Postgraduate programme in Social processes and institutions
    European University in St. Petersburg, Department of Political Science and Sociology

  • 2010

    Master in Master of Sociology
    European University in St. Petersburg, Department of Political Science and Sociology

  • 2009

    Diploma in Cross-Cultural Communications
    Saint Petersburg State University, Linguistics

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

  • August, 2014 - Utrecht Summer School "Missing Data", Utrecht, the Netherlands 
  • June - July, 2014 - LCSR Summer School "Categorical Data Analysis", St.Petersburg, Russia
  • August, 2013 - LCSR Summer School "Multilevel Confirmatory Factor Analysis & Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling"; St.Petersburg, Russia 
  • June – July, 2013 - ICPSR, University of Michigan, USA (courses on Maximum Likelihood Estimation; Methodological Issues in Quantitative Research on Race and Ethnicity; Data Visualisation) 
  • September – November, 2012. Carnegie Visiting Scholar at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
  • August, 2012 - Utrecht Summer School "Applied Multivariate Analysis", Utrecht, the Netherlands 
  • July, 2012 - LCSR Summer School "Causal Models and Structural Equations", St.Petersburg, Russia 
  • June - July, 2012 - SESL Summer Fieldwork in Moscow rural region
  • June, 2012 - International Summer School on Social Network Analysis (SESL, HSE), St.Petersburg, Russia 
  • August, 2011 - LCSR Summer School "Multilevel Analysis in Comparative Studies", St.Petersburg, Russia 
  • Islamic studies
  • Gender attitudes
  • Gender equality issues in the Middle East and in Central Asia
  • Migration studies, values and attitudes of migrants
  • Comprative research, quantitative methods
  • Migrant children at school
  • Political and social relations in the Middle East, ethnoconfessional issues in Lebanon
  • History and Sociology of Science 

Courses (2017/2018)

Courses (2016/2017)

Courses (2015/2016)

Courses (2014/2015)

Courses (2013/2014)

Publications22

Conferences

  • 2017
    The 7th Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA) (Лиссабон). Presentation: Muslim Migrants on the Flight to Europe. Multilevel cross-classified analysis of migrant gender attitudes compared to sending and receiving societies
  • Гендерные исследования в современном российском востоковедении (Москва). Presentation: Подходы к изучению гендерного неравенства на Арабском Востоке
  • XVIII Международная апрельская конференция "Модернизация экономики и общества" (Москва). Presentation: Which Came First, Institutions or Values? The Case of the Same-Sex-Marriage Laws
  • 2016

    The Political Economy of Contemporary Arab Societies (Бейрут). Presentation: Transforming Gender Attitudes in the Middle East

  • WAPOR 2016 Regional Conference "Survey Research and the Study of Social and Cultural Change" (Москва). Presentation: Attitudes to Female Labor and Employment Rights among Migrants in Western Europe compared to European Locals and to Publics of Sending Societies. Non-Nested Multilevel Analysis
  • 2015
    Методологический рабочий семинар ЛССИ - EBES (Анталия). Presentation: Attitudes to Female Labor and Employment Rights among Migrants in Western Europe compared to European Locals and to Publics of Sending Societies. Non-Nested Multilevel Analysis
  • 2014
    Values, Solidarity and Generations (Бильбао). Presentation: Tracing the Rise of Gender Equality in 47 European Countries (comparing 1999 and 2008). Values or institutions are to blame for?
  • наука будущего (science of the future) (Санкт Петербург). Presentation: Gender Attitudes in the Arab Muslim countries: Comparative Analysis of the Arab Barometer Data
  • The SGEM Conference on SOCIAL SCIENCES and ARTS (Albena). Presentation: ATTITUDES TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY AND PERCEPTION OF DEMOCRACY IN THE ARAB WORLD
  • Четвертая международная летняя школа ЛССИ «Анализ категориальных данных». (Зеленогорск). Presentation: Patterns of Gender Inequality in 47 European Countries (evidence from the EVS data)
  • 4ый международный рабочий семинар ЛССИ НИУ ВШЭ (Москва). Presentation: Patterns of Gender Inequality in 47 European Countries (evidence from the EVS data)
  • 2013
    11th Conference of the European Sociological Association (Турин). Presentation: Gender Attitudes of Muslim Migrants in Western and Northern Europe
  • European Social Survey Conference: Trans-national evidence (Дублин). Presentation: Gender Attitudes of Muslim Migrants in Western and Northern Europe
  • International Conference on Gender and Migration, ICGM (Стамбул). Presentation: “Gender Attitudes of Muslim Migrants in Western and Northern Europe”
  • Третий международный рабочий семинар ЛССИ (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Values of Migrants and Local Population in Europe: Comparative Study
  • Third International Research Conference of LCSR (Moscow). Presentation: Patterns of Gender Inequality in 47 European Countries (evidence from the EVS data)
  • Religious Nationalism as Concept and Practice (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Gender attitudes in the Arab world: Islam, Nationalism, modernization
  • 2012
    VI Всероссийская Конференция, посвященная памяти первого декана факультета Социологии Крыштановского А.О «Современная социология - современной России» (Москва). Presentation: Коллективное видеоинтервью как метод изучения жизненных стратегий детей мигрантов
  • Рабочая конференция ЛССИ в рамках второй летней школы "Моделирование структурными уравнениями" (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Values and Gender Attitudes of Migrants and Local Population in Europe.
  • Second International Research Workshop of LCSR (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Ценности мигрантов и местного населения в Европе: сравнительное исследование
  • Second International Annual Conference of the LCSR: “Social Change in Cross-National Perspective” (Москва). Presentation: Values of Migrants and Local Population in Europe: Comparative Study
  • Ислам в условиях глобализации: российский и мировой контексты (Казань). Presentation: Отношение к гендерному равноправию на в странах Арабского Востока
  • IV Всероссийский социологический конгресс Российского общества социологов «Социология и общество: глобальные вызовы и региональное развитие» (Уфа). Presentation: Ценности мигрантов и местного населения в Европе: сравнительный анализ
  • 2011
    Сравнительная социология в количественной перспективе (Москва). Presentation: Values and Aspirations of Migrant Children in Comparison with Migrants in Europe
  • Рабочая конференция ЛССИ в рамках первой летней школы "Многоуровневый анализ в сравнительных исследованиях" (Пушкин). Presentation: Gender Attitudes of Muslim Migrants in Europe

Grants

2016 - 2017. Economic Research Forum grant for studying gender attitudes in the Arab countries.


Projects

  • Historical Legacies and Trajectories of Gender Attitudes in the Arab Countries. (collective project with Eduard Ponarin, Olga Strebkova, and Musa Shteiwi). 2016 - 
  • Which Came First, Institutions or Values? The Case of the Same-Sex-Marriage Laws. (collective project with Boris Sokolov and Olesya Volchenko). 2016 - 
  • Attitudes to Female Labor Rights among Migrants in Western Europe compared to European Locals and to Publics of Sending Societies. Non-Nested Multilevel Analysis. 2015 - 
  • Sexual Liberalization in Central Asia – Marker of Modernization or the Choice of the Poorest? (collective project with Sofia Lopatina and Eduard Ponarin). 2014 – 2017. 
  • Patterns of Gender Inequality in 47 European Countries (evidence from the EVS data). 2013 - 2014.
  • Pension Transfers in former USSR countries (collective project with Tatiana Karabchuk, Anna Almakaeva and Natalia Soboleva for Eurasian Development Bank). 2013. 
  • Gender Attitudes and Democratization in the Middle East (collective project with Eduard Ponarin and Pavel Kuzmichev). 2012-2015. 
  • Gender Attitudes of Muslim Migrants in Western and Northern Europe. 2011-2013. 
  • Integration of Migrants in Various Cultural and Institutional Contexts. 2011-2012.
  • Caucasus and Middle Asia. Educational materials and a course of lectures for Social Workers in the Field of Migration (collective project with Daniel Alexandrov and Eduard Ponarin for International Labor Organization). 2011.
  • Migrant Children in St.Petersburg (collective project with Daniel Alexandrov, Valeria Ivanushina, Svetlana Savelieva and Ksenia Tenisheva for UNICEF). 2011-2012.
  • Values and Aspirations of Migrant Children. 2011-2012. 
  • Parallel St.Petersburg. 2010.

Timetable for today

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How Muslim Immigrants’ Gender Attitudes Are Changing.

Veronica Kostenko has defended her PhD thesis

LCSR’s research fellow Veronica Kostenko has defended her PhD thesis. Congratulations!

‘Conducting Comparative Research Requires One to Leave a Comfortable Environment’

Students of the international Master’s programme in Comparative Social Research, which opened in 2014, spent their first semester studying at the Moscow campus of the Higher School of Economics; the second semester was spent in St. Petersburg. Another six months will be devoted to study abroad. Mobility in the educational process is an important principle of the programme that allows future sociologists to better understand social reality. The English-language programme turned out to of interest not only to Russian students, but also to graduates of prestigious foreign universities.

7%

is the share that migrant employees make up in Russia’s total employed population.