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2021 №2


Kalabikhina I. E. How do we know whether gender equality has arrived? p. 3-16

There are many indicators of gender (in) equality, but we find it difficult to identify indicators of gender equality that would indicate the onset of an egalitarian society. Gender equality has been uneven in individual institutions (eg. the labor market and education) and family ones. The household lags behind individual institutions. The gender transition as [...]

Pushkareva N. L., Pushkareva I. M. Two centuries of women‘s movement in Russia and its current state, p. 17-27

Over two centuries of the Russian women‘s movement history are presented as the history of complex acceptance of Western Europe‘s social and intellectual achievements, their integration and reinterpretation, as well as adaptation to the needs of the female population of the vast country. The authors insist on the importance of the «women‘s issue» solving policy [...]

Sillaste G. G. Russian women‘s organizations as a form of social community and its social dynamics in the modes of globalization and the formation of a new gender order, p. 28-46

The article from the standpoint of sociological approach brings to light the peculiarities of the various social forms of female community, their features and essential content, the speci-ficity of the categories of «women‘s movement» and «women‘s organization», the modification of their forms in terms of the social dynamics of Russian society caused by the change [...]

Kashina M. A., Kletsina I. S. Models of family and family relations in governmental documents of family policy and in the views of student youth: points of convergence and divergence, p. 47-64

There are many Russian studies about governmental family policy and family values of the population, in particular the students. But there are few works in which the level and specific parameters of the correspondence between the goals of the state and the perceptions of the population in relation to the desired family model are analyzed. [...]

Nechemias C., Bahry D. Women entrepreneurs in Russia and other countries: a comparative perspective, p. 65-79

This article addresses gender differences in entrepreneurship in Russia, with a focus on how the Russian case compares with a set of selected benchmark countries. Utilizing primarily GEM data, we examine aspects of entrepreneurial culture, individual attitudes and resources, rates of entrepreneurship, and barriers to starting a new business. read in PDF>>>

Dobrokhleb V. G. Women in Russian science as a potential for its development, p. 80-89

The purpose of this study is to consider the current human resource potential of Russian science, taking into account its gender aspect. The year 2021 has been declared the Year of Science and Technology in Russia. The problems and directions of human resources development are highly relevant. It is shown that there are four challenges [...]

Shvedova N. A. Gender equality in a changing world: «We need big bold steps…», p. 90-106

A quarter century after the United Nations endorsed the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995), which identified the necessary steps to remove all barriers to gender equality and the advancement and empowerment of women, support for gender equality across the world inspires encouraging optimism, judging by the results of a global survey conducted by [...]

Zakharova L. N., Saraliyeva Z. H. -М., Gadbegi Z. Barriers on the way of female students of industrial colleges of Russia, China and Iran to be ready to work in organizational conditions of innovative companies, p. 107-120

The paper presents the results of empirical research into organizational socialization of students from Russian, Chinese and Iranian industrial colleges who are required to work in modern innovative companies. The research underlines the pivotal role of organizational culture as a socio-psychological context of the educational process and a key factor in the emerging attitude to [...]

Israelian E. V. Women‘s movement in Canada: the past and the present, p. 121-128

The Canadian women‘s movement is an important political force that has а significant impact on public mentality and government‘s policy. The article addresses the following issues: the features of the current stage of the women‘s movement in Canada, the outcomes of the interaction between the state and the women‘s movement, the experience of cooperation between [...]

Osadchaya G. I., Kiseleva E. E., Kireev Ye. Yu., Chernikova A. A. The main vectors of female migration in the Eurasian space, p. 129-148

The relevance of the presented study is due to the need to deepen the scientific analysis of the migration processes feminization in the Eurasian space and the lack of understanding of the extent and the soundness of the previous scientific research in the women‘s migration sphere. The article aims to identify the main research areas [...]

Titarenko L. G. Social problems of modern Belarusian society and women‘s organizations through the prism of a gender approach, p. 149-160

The article analyzes the current content and dynamics of the development of women‘s organizations in Belarusian society as well as the research gender approach in the study of problems related to gender equality. The author is focused primarily on the non-government organizations devoted to mitigation of the social problems that are essential for women. Women‘s [...]

Govorova N. V. Women in the European digital economy, p. 161-173

Digitalization has transformed most aspects of modern life and, against the backdrop of the pandemic, has intensified the problems of European society and economy. This is above all inequality in all its dimensions, including gender inequality in the workplace, especially in the high-tech sectors of goods and services production. Digital technology has transformed the world [...]