За веру и отечество: религиозная мотивация и восприятие образа государства среди будущих российских бюрократов
Russia has been witnessing an increase in religiosity (Evans and Mankowska 2011; Evans and Northmore-Ball 2012). According to Marsh (2011: 140) the Orthodox Church in Russia “stands next to the state as its own equal” and is claiming to be the source of the new national identity (Agadjanian 2001; Gerlach 2015). Certain public spheres are experiencing “desecularization” (Lisovskaya and Karpov 2010). At the same time, there is a growing preference among young people to choose a career in government (Nezhina and Barabashev 2017; VTsIOM 2012). In this context, it is particularly interesting to examine the role of religion in choosing to work for the government.
Публикации по проекту:
Kalgin A. Public service motivation, religiosity and public sector career preference: Evidence from Russia
/ NRU HSE. Series WP BRP Series "Public and Social Policy". 2018.