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2021 №1


Khasbulatova O. A., Smirnova I. N. The Russian women’s movement: the creation of the balance model of interaction between government and women’s initiatives, p. 3-19

The article is devoted to the underexplored problem of interaction between government and women’s initiatives in modern Russia. The conceptual frameworks of the interaction balance between government and women’s initiatives as part of civil society are developed. Here the balance is understood as a system of indicators. Furthermore, there are conditions under which the system [...]

Zadvornova Yu. S. Women’s movement in the United States today, p. 20-32

The article discusses the content and the history of modern women’s movement in the USA. The review of the American sociological literature was conducted to make a definition of the term “women’s movement”. The article provides a comprehensive analysis of the main periods in the development of the women’s movement that are referred to by [...]

Anayban Z. V. Women’s public societies in сontemporary Khakassia, p. 33-43

This article is devoted to studying the сontemporary women’s unions history of formation as well as functioning in a single region of the Russian Federation — the Republic of Khakassia. At the same time, special attention is devoted to those whose activities in the sociopolitical and cultural life of the Republic, from our point of [...]

Prokopenko L. Ya., Denisova T. S. Gender parity in the foreign services of African countries, p. 44-55

The paper considers the gender situation in foreign ministries of African states. The authors investigate the history of gender changes in diplomacy in post-colonial Africa and the reasons for the high representation of women in foreign ministries and embassies of certain states, as well as policies for the recruitment of diplomatic personnel. The present paper [...]

Sirazhudinova S. V. Gender strategy in Muslim society: the case of the North Caucasian republics, p. 56-67

This article discusses the basics of gender strategy in Islam. The author considers the features and problems of interpretation of gender strategy in Islam, its dependence from Islamic law schools and local environment and mentality. The gender strategy in Islam strictly defines a woman’s place in society and family, emphasizing her full dependence on a [...]

Khilazheva G. F. Modern family in the context of translocal migration (On the example of shift migrants families in Bashkortostan), p. 68-82

The article analyzes the results of a sociological study conducted in 2018 in the villages and small towns of Bashkortostan. 200 married couples were interviewed in two categories: shift migrants families and the control group (not involved in temporary employment). Temporary employment is considered to be a condition for the inclusion of the modern family [...]

Shvetsova A. V. Professional development barriers of young scientists in the gender-differentiated scientific community, p. 83-93

The article is devoted to the analysis of the features of the professional development of women in the academic community and the identification of gender barriers characteristic of the Russian science system. The materials of the integrated applied research (online survey of young Russian scientists, N = 105; in-depth interview of young Russian scientists, N [...]

Kitsenko O. S., Kitsenko R. N. The issues of maternity and childhood protection in the zemstvo medical practice in the late XIX — early XX c. (On the materials of Saratov region), p. 94-103

The protection of motherhood and childhood occupied a significant place in the zemstvo medical practice of the late XIX — early XX c. It was “zemsky” doctors who were first to investigate the risk factors for maternal and child health in a Russian village. These included, first of all, the imperfect system of obstetrics, the [...]

Litvin Yu. V. Motherhood in the Karelian village: traditional practices in the context of Russia-wide changes (late XIX — early XX c.), p. 104-115

Traditions of Karelian maternity rituals are widely represented in the ethnographic historical science literature. At the same time motherhood as an institution and as a social and cultural status deserves special consideration. The paper is aimed at describing the development of the motherhood within Karelia in historical dynamics, as well representing the social and cultural [...]

Baturenko S. A. Prerequisites of feminist discourse formation in Russian sociology of the XIX c.: M. I. Mikhailov, p. 116-125

The article considers the ideas of the Russian writer, poet and journalist M. I. Mikhailov, that became intellectual prerequisites for the formation of feminist discourse in Russian sociology of the XIX century. Domestic thinkers have contributed greatly to the emergence in Russia of feminism as a social phenomenon and the theory of feminism in the [...]

Galas M. L. Family entrepreneurship as a resource for improving the quality of life of the family and its employment, p. 126-129

Family entrepreneurship as a resource to improve the quality of life of the family and its employment was the subject of discussions of the II Russian Gender Forum, which was held in Moscow on October 29—30, 2020 at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation. Moderator and initiator of the Forum, chairman [...]