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2019 № 4

Kashina M. A. Post-Soviet governmental women policy: internal contradictions, pp. 3-13

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.1 The first National Action Plans for the Advancement of Women were adopted more than 20 years ago. Nevertheless the gender inequality level in Russia has not decreased. The Russian state, like the Soviet one, while solving problems of women acts in the national interests but not in the individual ones. The analysis of [...]

Kalabikhina I. E. Modern socio-demographic policy in Russia: is there any continuity in conceptual approaches in the documents of 2007—2017?, pp. 14-28

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.2 The comparison of five conceptual documents in the field of socio-demographic policy for 2007—2017 was made using the method of content analysis of texts. One of the results of the analysis is the lack of continuity of conceptual approaches in different documents; the change of conceptual approach from liberal to conservative one; weak [...]

Riabova T. B., Pankratova E. V. The “Cold warriors” in the eyes of contemporary Russians’: today’s reception of Cold War cinematic images of U. S. militaries’ masculinity, pp. 29-40

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.3 Based on focus-groups, conducted in Saint Petersburg and Ivanovo in November 2018, the paper examines the contemporary Russians’ reception on the images of U. S. militaries’ masculinity that were created by the Soviet and American films. The authors, at first, analyze the informants’ views on cinematic images of U. S. militaries, then, compare [...]

Okladnikova E. A. Modern motives of rural women social activism in the area of Nechernozemie, pp. 41-52

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.4 The article deals with the characteristic features of women’s rural social activism, the result of which is the practice of entrepreneurship. Challenges of the era, marked by a change in the political course of the country in the late 1990’s, gave ideological and psycho-logical impetus to the motivation of rural social activists not [...]

Ryazantsev S. V., Rostovskaya T. K., Peremyshlin S. N. Gender aspects of labor migration in Russia: trends, implications, regulation, pp. 53-65

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.5 The article discusses the features of the feminization of migration at the global and regional levels. The reasons and regional features of the increase in the number and share of women in migration flows in various regions of the world are substantiated. Features of labor migration of women in the Eurasian region, including [...]

Milovanova M. Yu. Socially oriented non-profit organizations through the prism of gender: sociological analysis, pp. 66-79

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.6 True civic engagement, desire, and the ability for solidary community actions are the indicators of the general condition of gender. The article analyses the civic activity of women-leaders of the socially oriented non-profit organizations (SONPOs), their attitude to the high-priority social tasks, and the major social resources of the SONPOs. In the context [...]

Smirnov E. A., Roslyakova M. V. Emotional intelligence and gender sensitivity as part of leader’s work: modern approaches, pp. 80-87

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.7 The article deals with a problem of utilizing the leader’s managerial resource in the most effective way in the post-industrial society. Here the authors review the essential features of emotional intelligence that is considered a method to effectively manage a high-quality professional team. The authors are also giving proof to the practicability of [...]

Malakhov V. A. Gender aspect of international academic mobility of Russian scientists, pp. 88-99

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.8 This paper examines to what extent the participation of Russian researchers in interna-tional academic mobility vary by gender. Based on the analysis of bibliometric data of the Web of Science system (2008—2017) we identified more than 3000 Russian researchers participa¬ting in the international scientific migration. This includes both researchers permanently working abroad and [...]

Ovchinnikova E. A., Troitskiy S. A. Gender identification in the Russian cultural discourse: from the Middle Ages to Enlightenment, pp. 100-112

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.9 The article examines the process of transformation of ideas about gender identity on the material of Russian culture of XVI c. and the beginning of the XVIII c. The main goal of the work is the analysis and description of differences in the concept of gender and age characteristics, as well as the [...]

Pliev A. A., Babich I. L. Woman as an object and subject in the traditional marriage and legal culture of Chechens and Ingush (1870—1970s), pp. 113-125

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.10 The aim of this article is to study one of the main forms of marriage in the North Caucasus — the abduction of girls, and a form of violating criminal laws — the abduction of women. The work is carried out on the example of Chechnya and Ingushetia. The chronolo-gical framework of the [...]

Kovalev A. S. Disabled women and Soviet social policy in 1920—1930s (Based on the Siberia related research), pp. 126-136

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2019.4.11 In this paper, based on the previously unpublished archival materials, the issues of the social status of disabled and elderly women in Siberia in the 1920—1930s (which were united under the general status of the disabled population) are examined. The main directions of the Soviet State social policy the regarding the disabled women [...]