Woman in russian society. 2018. No 4.

Shvedova N. A. Between the baby and laptop: implementation of gender equality policies in the USA (To be continued in the next issue), pp.15-23

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.2 How and to what extent the American democracy solves problems in the context of creating a gender balance and opportunities for gender equality? What is the characteristic of the conditions that favors the functioning of real democracy and its further improvement in terms of a gender approach? The author believes that at present [...]

Voevoda E. V., Morozov V. M., Karpov V. V. Women-diplomats in Russia: the case of gender disparity, pp.24-35

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.3 The authors aim to study gender aspects of building a diplomatic career and address the factors promoting and hindering career progress of women diplomats in Russia. The article presents an analysis of the results of a survey (2018) conducted at Moscow State Institute of International Relations, which demonstrates motivating and demotivating factors in [...]

Riabova T. B. “The white sun of Palmira”: the cold war cinematic masculinities in contemporary symbolic politics, pp.36-48

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.4 The paper deals with political dimension of masculinities created in a Soviet blockbus-ter “The White Sun of Desert” (1970). The first section of the paper dwells upon the film cha-racters’ masculinity in the context of cinematic Cold War. The next section focusses on contemporary Russians’ perception and evaluation of this masculinity. The final [...]

Khasbulatova O. A. Technologies of gender equality myth creation: Soviet practices, pp.49-59

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.5 The article investigates technologies of creation a myth about gender equality in the USSR. Based on the study of documentary, journalistic and statistical sources, the author concludes that throughout the Soviet period, through various advocacy and management techniques, the idea of gender equality was instilled in society, while three social roles were as-signed [...]

Smirnov D. G. Semiotics of the international relations: gender dimension (Stating the problem), pp.60-70

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.6 The article analyzes the semiotisation of international discourse. It is discovered that the current stage of international relations semiotisation is associated with the changing role of gender signs in symbolic politics. The interdiscourse nature of the symbolic identity policy is shown. The system of gender marks is analyzed. Gender is considered as a [...]

Grigorieva N. S., Chubarova T. V. To leave impossible to stay: life strategies of women who left stem-professions, pp.71-84

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.7 The article, through the prism of the gender approach, analyzes the reasons due to which women with STEM-education leave their profession. The study is based on unstructured biographical interviews with working age women who have changed their occupation under influence of various life circumstances. The data show that reasons for such a change [...]

Ryazantsev S. V., Sivoplyasova S. Yu., Rostovskaya T. K., Brushkova L. A. Marriage emigration of women from Russia: scale, reasons, features, pp.85-99

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.8 This article deals with trends in women’s marriage migration from Russia after the col-lapse of the Soviet Union. Difficulties of registration of marriage migration are singled out. They are connected with, on the one hand, emigrants wish not to notify the authorities about their intentions, and on the other hand, with the fact [...]

Saralieva Z. H. -M., Zakharova L. N., Leonova I. S. Social and psychological age of women’s staff as a latent phenomenon of organizational life, pp.100-110

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.9 Presented are the results of a theoretical and empirical study of the problem of prolong-ing an active working age of women who can be competitive in the modern labor market in the conditions of employers’ adherence to negative stereotypes of aging. The characteristic of the Russian specificity of the woman’s entry into a [...]

Zavarzina Iu. V. Gender differences in the reception of territorial development (The example of Irkutsk region), pp.111-119

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.10 The article considers gender differences in the formation and development of ideas about territorial development. Both men and women consider socio-economic and infrastructural development, as well as development of tourism priorities for the region. In other spheres views of men and women differ. In the perception of the development of the territory, men [...]

Bazueva E. V., Radionova M. V. A study of the relationship between gender inequality and the level of regional socio-economic systems development, pp. 120 — 131

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.11 At present, scientists and experts believe, that the achievement of gender equality is one of the conditions of modern development efficiency. This conclusion is confirmed by the re-sults of numerous studies. However, the list of investigated factor variables that reflect the impact of gender inequality on the efficiency of national and regional socio-economic [...]

Kobozeva Z. M. Petty bourgeoise and passport: how the women of the bourgeois class overcame and used “passport dependence”, pp. 132-139

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.12 The article considers such a layer of everyday life of Russian women belonging to the bourgeois class, which was associated with their dependence on their husbands. Such a de-pendence was established through the need to obtain an internal passport, which made it possible to move around the Empire, only with the consent of [...]

Vekilova S. A., Kletsina I. S., Semenova G. V. Professional and family roles of females in the history of multigenerational family, pp. 140-150

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.13 The article presents the results of content-analysis of the stories of twenty four multige-nerational families. The sample included 121 females, who composed the pure matrilineal chains of great-grandmothers, grandmothers, mothers and daughters. The elder generation in-cludes females born between 1870—1900 years, with 30-year interval between each genera-tion. Generational analysis of dynamics of spouse, [...]

Pushkareva N. L., Kotovskaya M. G., Mitsyuk N. A. “Preserving traditions, strive to become modern” (The Third International Scientific Conference in Makhachkala, Republic of Dagestan, June 24—28, 2018), pp.151-154

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.14 Promotion of gender equality norms as well as the best world and national practices in the republics with a dominant Islamic tradition and an unstable socio-political situation is the topic of a large long-term project ending in 2020. Within its framework, a meeting of anth-ropologists, sociologists, and political scientists was held in Makhachkala [...]

Israelian E. V., Kapustova E. I. Gender policy in contemporary Canada, pp.3-14

DOI: 10.21064/WinRS.2018.4.1 The promotion of gender equality is an integral part of democratic change, successful economic development and stable world order. Conceptualization of the outcomes, achieved at the international and national levels, and of the existing barriers is of scientific and practical interest. Canada is one of the countries known for its developments in this [...]