№ 3, 2003
The article is based on the survey conducted in Moscow, an economically developed capital city and Ivanovo, a regional city with depressed economy. The author assesses the differences the way women from these two cities understand their rights. The attention is focused on such concepts as freedom and work, links with family and outer world.
№ 4, 2000
Russia’s legal socialization is characterized by its asymmetry. On the one hand, there are elementary concepts of unlimited power and unstable Law (in theory, this corresponds to the first stage of children’s perception of adults’ power seen as absolute and despotic), on the other hand, more complex concepts like subjective attitudes and the right to property. In other words, legal socialization remains at an elementary level only in the sphere of the perception of power. In the horizontal sphere, the sphere of human relations, the concepts are similar to the ones existing in other cultures. Probably the civic society in Russia should develop in the direction of the horizontal links formation.
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