Volume 11 Issue 3 was published.
The main theme of the issue: Youth Sociology: Education, and the Vision of the Future
  
The articles are published in the Bulletin of the Institute of Sociology (Vestnik Instituta Sociologii) in Russian with a special supplement in English.
There are some full-text articles translated into English that originally was published in the journal in Russian.
For full-text articles in English please click here
2020. Vol. 11. No 3 published 09/29/2020
2020. Vol. 11. No 2 published 06/29/2020
2020. Vol. 11. No 1 published 03/29/2020
2019. Vol. 10. No 4 published 12/12/2019
All Issue:

2020 ( Vol. 11)  |  3   2   1  
2019 ( Vol. 10)  |  4   3   2   1  
2018 ( Vol.   9)  |  4   3   2   1  
2017 ( Vol.   8)  |  4   3   2   1  
2016 ( Vol.   7)  |  4   3   2   1  
2015 ( Vol.   6)  |  4   3   2   1  
2014 ( Vol.   5)  |  4   3   2   1  
2013 ( Vol.   4)  |  2   1  
2012 ( Vol.   3)  |  2   1  
2011 ( Vol.   2)  |  2   1  
2010 ( Vol.   1)  |  1  

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Nikita E. Pokrovsky

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Doctor of Sociological Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of General Sociology of the Faculty of Social Sciences, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia)

One of the followers and developers of popular sociology as a wide range program for improving sociological culture and sociological education in the society. The main spheres of his research are the history of American social philosophy of the early period, American transcendentalism, the problem of loneliness in the history of philosophy and theoretical sociology, modern American social theory and sociology. He is the author of sociological concept of cellular globalization. This is a process of finding out the matrix of globalization in society’s basics, in everyday life patterns. He actively develops distance forms of teaching sociology connecting sociological faculties all around Russia and abroad. He leads the Ugory Project – multidisciplinary research of rural areas modernization in Russian North.

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E-mail: nikita1951@yahoo.com

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