SOCIAL SCIENCES AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD, no. 6, 2018

Contents:

SOCIETY AND REFORMS

Gelman V. Exceptions and rules: success stories and bad governance in Russia. Pp. 515

Baskakova M., Soboleva I., Kubishin E. Youth of the CIS countries in the labor market: gender aspect. Pp. 1630

Bultseva M., Lebedeva N. Interrelation of intercultural competence and creativity among Russian students. Pp. 3144

 

FOREIGN EXPERIENCE OF MODERNIZATION

Glinkina S. Economic patriotism: the concept, the prerequisites for the emergence in Central and Eastern Europe (the practice of Hungary). Pp. 4558

Yanovskiy K., Zhavoronkov S. Rule of law and antidiscrimination struggle compatibility: new choice between equality and freedom? (USA case). Pp. 5968

Demetradze M. Specificity of innovation-catching strategy of modernization process in Taiwan. The combination of Confucianism with capitalism. Pp. 6978

 

PERSONALITY IN SCIENCE

Shabanova M. Tatyana Zaslavskaya as an economist and sociologist: the way to science and life in science. Pp. 7986

 

SCIENCE IN THE 21st CENTURY

Chernozub S. The ideology of open science and the prospect of blockchain. Pp. 8797

 

RUSSIAN CIVILIZATION

Shcherbak A., Ukhvatova M. From the Red Belt to the Bible Belt: historical roots of the shift in Russian political geography. Pp. 98113

 

RUSSIA AND UKRAINE IN THE SEARCH OF MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING

Mironenko V. The third Ukrainian republic. To the question of  the periodization of history of Ukraine. Pp. 114123

 

NATIONAL RELATIONS

Komarovskiy V. Labor integration of migrants: objective or means? (International experience). Pp. 124132

 

METHODOLOGY

Koshovets O., Orekhovsky P. Discourse of economics against discourse of economic system: from understanding Reality to the creation of meanings. Pp. 133148

Deryabina M. Self-organization: theoretical and methodological foundations in the optics of the synergetic paradigm. Pp. 149161

Taranukha Yu. Adam Smith's invisible hand: defining its content and assessing the role. Pp. 162173

 

CULTURE

Shemyakina O. Traditional culture in a polycentric world. Article 2. Traditional culture in the context of the challenges of modernization. Russian experience in a comparative-historical perspective. Pp. 174186


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