Woman in russian society. 2018. No 1.

Grigorieva I. A. Elderly women: over the hill — age- and gender-wise, p.5-18

Author focuses on the features of “prescribed” scenarios of women’ aging in modern Russia. The main goal of the article is to move forward in understanding the sociology of aging and opportunities for social inclusion of older women. This seems to be of much lesser interest for scholars than problems of youth. The topic is [...]

Beginina I. A., Ivchenkov S. G., Shakhmatova N. V. Gender stereotypes of provincial youth today: a sociological study, p.19-29

The article presents the results of the sociological survey conducted in Saratov and re-veals the degree of gender stereotypes prevalence among youth. Gender stereotypes of provin-cial youth were identified and measured by means of such indicators as corresponding norms and values, feminine and masculine ideals, status-role dispositions of gender relations and be-havior practices in the [...]

Gazizullina P. G. The effects of risk behaviors on adolescent health in Russia: gender aspect, p.30-42

The article deals with the results of the research study of four adolescent risk behaviors as health determinants: smoking, alcohol consumption, irregular eating patterns and lack of physical activity. The multinomial logistic regression analysis based on the RLMS HSE 1994—2016 data using trichotomized self-reported health status as a dependent variable has shown that the negative [...]

Pankratova E. V., Khasbulatova O. A. The concept of family life quality in sociology: gender aspect, p. 43-52

The article is devoted to the development of the concept of assessing family life satis-faction based on gender approach. Proceeding from the research of domestic and foreign scientists, it was concluded that the definition of the level of family life satisfaction is determined by gender imbalance in the social situation of women and men, which [...]

Voronin G. L., Ianak A. L. Single-parent families: their types and social portrait of the lone parent, p. 53-66

The development of the phenomenon of single-parenthood is provoked and accompa-nied by a variety of trends and social practices. The authors point out the following factors of single-parent families differentiation: the genesis and structure of single-parent families, the number and age of children, income, type of housing, the level of education of lone parents, the [...]

Miklyaeva A. V., Rumyantceva P. V. “#Sheisamother”: implicit social beliefs about motherhood in the modern Russian internet discourse, p. 67-77

The paper presents the results of both the theoretical and empirical research of social beliefs about motherhood. It is shown that social beliefs about motherhood are rather heterogeneous. They include some open content according to which motherhood is highly respected and emotionally positive social role, but there also are some implicit components that contain conflicting [...]

Rostovskaya T. K., Kaliev Т. B., Zavyalova N. B., Bezverbnyy V. A. Prevention of violence as a factor of family security: Russian and Kazakhstan experience, p.78-88

The article compares the state measures and public initiatives undertaken in Russia and Kazakhstan with the aim of reducing the level of domestic violence against women and invol-ving the public in solving this problem. The authors basing their opinion on the data of socio-logical surveys of the population concluded that in both countries the statistics [...]

Valkova O. А. In the teeth of public opinion: Russian women-scientists in the late XVIII — early XIX c., p. 89-98

The article “In the teeth of public opinion: Russian women-scientists in the late XVIII — early XIX c.” is dedicated to the history of Russian women-scientists of the period. Historical background was investigated as well as transformations in public opinion on the matter which took place at the turn of the century. Besides, the author [...]

Fursova E. F. Mutual assistance in various life situations of Siberian peasant women of the first third of the ХХ c., p. 99-105

The author sets the task of revealing the issues of mutual assistance of women in times of difficult life situations (difficulties associated with the parents prohibition of marrying for love, cases of difficult life circumstances) based on the stories collected during field ethno-graphic work in different regions of Siberia (using case study method). Timewise these [...]

Dorzhu Z. Iu., Ochur N. M. The role of education in the transformation of the status of women in the Tuvan People’s Republic, p.106-114

The article deals with the process of attracting Tuvan women to education as a conse-quence of political and socio-economic transformations, as a result of the formation of the independent state of the Tuvan People’s Republic in 1921. Amongst the ruling elite and the lamas of the clergy there were 106 literate and 286 illiterate people [...]

Pushkareva N. L., Troshina T. I., Belova A. V., Mitsyuk N. A. “The weak force”: the power of unity and mutual support of men and women in the cultures around the world, p.115-119

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Khitruk E. B. Review to: Pollack W. Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons from the Myths of Boyhood. Moscow: Resource, 2014, p.120-125

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