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2019 № 3

Sillaste G. G. The country gender landscape as the factor of a new gender order formation, its social risk, pp.4-13

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.1 The subject of the article is the country gender landscape as the main factor of a new gender order formation in the context of globalization. The article analyses social con-troversies of this process and its features at three social levels: macro- , meso- , and micro. A typological grouping of countries according to [...]

Khasbulatova O. A. Women’s movement in modern Russia, pp. 14-26

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.2 The article is devoted to the characteristics of the content and dynamics of the modern women’s movement in Russia. A comprehensive view of women’s movement in various spheres of public life is presented. The methodological foundations of this phenomenon are reviewed. The necessity of using specific historical and gender approaches of research is [...]

Korostyleva N. N. The formation of modern organizations gender ecosystem: trends and prospects, pp. 27-39

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.3 The article is devoted to the question of the gender ecosystem construction. The prob-lem is analyzed through the influence of exogenous and endogenous aspects. Gender ecosys-tem is a multifactorial and multi-element kind of social ecosystem that requires a comprehen-sive study based on the principles of cooperation, flexibility and self-organization of interaction between women [...]

Shvedova N. A. Higher education and science: problems of gender equality, pp.40-54

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.4 Science and technology underpin the development of human well-being and the long-term progress of civilization, which should be reflected in the extraordinary growth of public investment in science. The number of scientists has grown, more funds are spent on science and the volume of scientific publications has increased. However, bridging the gender gap [...]

Grigorieva N. S., Chubarova T. V. Gender road junction of health and healthcare in Russia, pp. 55-71

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.5 Gender approach to health and healthcare analysis remains an underdeveloped area of social research. Improved clinical practice and biomedical research have allowed for significant progress in studying the relationship between gender and health. However, differences between men and women in society are mostly social rather than biological in nature, which demonstrates their social [...]

Kletsina I. S., Ioffe E. V. The norms of female behavior: traditional and contemporary models, pp.72-90

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.6 The article aims to extract major components of women’s behavior norms from the analysis of theoretical publications in gender studies. Then on the basis of these norms the article describes a traditional normative model of female behavior and a contemporary model. The analysis of publications in gender studies has allowed to highlight three [...]

Kuznetsova P. O. Why the number of smoking women does not decrease: a view from the microanalysis level, pp.91-101

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.7 Tightening of tobacco control policies in the 2010s in Russia for the first time in the post-Soviet period led to a significant decrease in the smoking prevalence. However, this decline mainly affected men. Why are Russian women less responsive to tobacco control poli-cies? Why rising tobacco prices and banning smoking in public places [...]

Shaikenova Zh. K. Determinants of care economics for the elderly in modern Russia, pp. 102-113

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.8 The article is devoted to the analysis of socio-economic factors affecting the dyna¬mics of time spent on care for the elderly people. The research is based on the selective monitoring data on daily time fund usage by the population, conducted by the Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation in 2014. The [...]

Zadvornova Yu. S. Elimination of gender wage gap in STEM as a key task of eradication of gender inequality in countries with digital economy, pp.11-120

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.9 Development of digital economy leads to changes in employment structure and labor market. Gender wage gap in high-tech professions, exclusion of women from high-paying STEM jobs will cause their loss in competition for social and material benefits and increase gender discrimination in society. The issue of gender wage gap in STEM has been [...]

Prokopenko L. Ya. Review of: Modern Political Science. Methodology / ed. by O. V. Gаman-Golutvina, A. I. Nikitin. Moscow: Aspect Press, 2019, pp.121-126

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Smirnova I. N. Gender relations in the modern world: management, economics, social policy (Following the results of the conference), pp. 127-132

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.3.11 The results of the international scientific conference “Gender Relations in the modern world: management, economics, social policy” (Moscow — Ivanovo — Ples, May 16—18, 2019) are analyzed in the article. The problems of the new gender order, gender aspects of management and social policy, women’s entrepreneurship and employment, gender socializa-tion of generations, the [...]