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Lukov, V. A. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
The article examines theories of youth that have been proposed in the past few years by Russian scientists, and presents the author's original version of a theory of youth that is based on the thesaurus methodological approach. It addresses the ways in which biosocial characteristics may be reflected in new theories of youth.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Youth, Theories, Social Experience
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Karnyshev, A. D.; Karnysheva, O. A.; Ivanova, E. A. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Data from studies of interethnic tolerance among college students in Russia show that positive or negative attitudes toward other ethnic groups is a factor of both personal characteristics and experience of and access to other groups. Levels of tolerance in turn are associated with different levels of interest in other groups and in building…
Descriptors: Intercultural Communication, Interpersonal Competence, Cultural Awareness, College Students
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Zernov, D. V.; Lukonina, E. S. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Until quite recently, young people were extremely passive in political life. This has been repeatedly noted in sociological studies and in the scientific literature. In particular, young people used to be extremely reluctant to take part in elections. For example, in the age group between eighteen and thirty, 47 percent took part in the election…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elections, Citizen Participation, Voting
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Gurianova, M. P. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Two decades of experience with the use of school counselors in rural areas of Russia has demonstrated their necessity in supporting students, but their further development and increasing effectiveness requires a significant increase in resources provided to them.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Counselors, Rural Areas, Program Development
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Karamurzov, B. S. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
The regional universities in Russia are an important resource for the development of Russian society, but more needs to be done to increase their effectiveness, including tackling corruption and leveraging local competitive advantages.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Regional Schools, Universities, Educational Improvement
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Avraamova, E. M. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Data from a study of parents, students, and teachers in Moscow show that aspirations for educational success and upward social mobility are limited by shortcomings in the Russian schools, and that parents who can afford to do so are increasingly purchasing educational services privately.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Objectives, Educational Strategies, Academic Aspiration
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Dolutskii, Igor' – Russian Education and Society, 2014
A combination of state-sponsored distortions and the simplified answers required by standardized tests have re-imposed a deadening conformity on the study of history in Russian schools.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History, History Instruction, Standardized Tests
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Efimova, I. N. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Global rankings constitute a powerful instrument for the positioning of universities in the world educational space. Institutions that are included on the list of the top five hundred get financial support from the state and from business structures; they attract the best instructors and professors from all over the world. In recognition of this,…
Descriptors: Universities, Institutional Evaluation, Educational Quality, Reputation
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Abankina, T. V. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Data from a comparative study of the educational, career, and migration strategies of rural school students in Russia, China, and Kazakhstan show high levels of educational aspiration. This is likely to increase the flow of population to urban areas, to increase the rate of urbanization, and to have demographic and economic consequences that will…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Areas, Comparative Analysis, Academic Aspiration
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Cherednichenko, G. A. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Research on young blue-collar workers in Russia indicates that a large percentage of them continue to improve their educational qualifications during the first five years of employment, but that it declines after that time. The two most frequent reasons for upgrading their skills are a desire to leave blue-collar employment, and to increase the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Blue Collar Occupations, Educational Attainment, Salaries
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Zamolotskikh, E. G.; Puchkova, E. B.; Temnova, L. V. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
In Russia, it has been claimed that there is a problem with the number of graduates who do not have a career in the subjects in which they majored. Research shows that those whose education was supported by government grants were not, as a consequence, less committed to a career in their specialties.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Graduates, Educational Finance, Longitudinal Studies
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Markova, N. E. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
The social, economic, and cultural changes that occurred in Russia following the collapse of the Soviet Union have combined to impose severe damage on the population, and not the least on Russia's young people. The provision of new forms of social and economic support are needed, as well as new youth programs, if further damage is to be avoided.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Federal Legislation, Youth, Public Policy
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Kislitsyna, O. A. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
The focus of the present article is on the health of adolescents, born in one of the most dramatic periods of Russian history, at the beginning of the 1990s, a period characterized by a worsening of the conditions of life, a breakdown of the established stereotypes, social stratification, an upsurge of corruption, and the moral degradation of…
Descriptors: Health, Social Change, Living Standards, Stereotypes
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Martirosian, B. P.; Rubtsova, N. E.; Shapovalova, I. A. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
The article presents a review of the experience of practical testing (based in 385 experimental sites of the Russian Academy of Education) of current achievements of scientific academic schools that are developing the traditions of education. The organization of the innovative scientific and practical activity of the experimental sites of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Innovation, Educational Development, Pilot Projects
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Kaiumov, A. T.; Kanikov, F. K.; Iskhakova, N. R. – Russian Education and Society, 2014
Research on factors affecting the prestige of engineering and blue-collar occupations in Russia shows that, in addition to such things as intrinsic interest and expected income, young people's views are influenced by the kinds of people who typically go into various kinds of occupation.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students, Career Choice, Student Attitudes
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