Mikhailov Sergei

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  • 3, 2012


      Alexander Abramovich Galkin, Patriarch of the Russian Political Science, Deputy Chair of the Editorial Board of the Journal Politeia, celebrated his 90th anniversary on the 24th of July. The material that is offered to the attention of the readers is composed in the form of the “homage” and presents the collection of texts written by friends, colleagues and students of Alexander Abramovich that tells us about the hero of an anniversary as well as his contribution to the development of the social science knowledge in our country and the emergence of the Russian political science community. The collection contains works by Boris Koval, Anatoly Chernyaev, Tatyana Alekseeva, Kirill Kholodkovsky, Sergey Mikhailov, Aleksey Shestopal, Oksana Gaman-Golutvina, Olga Zdravomyslova and Leonid Blyakher.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2012-66-3-6-31

  • 4, 2007

  • 4, 2005

    • The XX-th CPSU Congress in Modern Interpretations

      The author focuses his attention on the 50th anniversary of the famous XX-th congress of the CPSU and numerous seminars and round tables dedicated to this occasion. The course of their discussions reflects the whole range of to-day's views on this key event in the Russian history, the train of its consequences (internal political and international, social and social psychological, cultural etc.)

  • 3, 2005

  • 1, 2005

    • Europe: from temporary foreign workers to new ethnic minorities

      The article covers the particularities of a migration model characterizing the Western Europe of recent decades, demonstrates how it differs from models of the past, including the recent one. A special emphasis is put on the development in the leading European countries of multiple unsociable ethnic enclaves whose very existence hinders migrants’ adaptation to cultural, linguistic and other contexts of a country of residence. Based on the analysis of all the tendencies related to ethnic migration the author proposes three possible scenarios for further development of the situation, makes prognoses and provides quantitative estimates.

  • 4, 2003

    • Municipal revolution of 1990-s: between intentions and results. (V.Y.Gelman, S.I.Ryzhenkov, E.V.Belokurova, N.V.Borisova. Autonomy or control? Reform of local authority in Russian cities, 1991-2001. S.-Pt.: Letniy Sad, 2002. 383p.)

      The review notes that the book prepared by the European University in Saint-Petersburg clearly stands out in a growing flow of publications on local self-government. It is an attempt to give serious answers to the reasons of very modest results of a ten-year reform period in this sphere. The work very well combines the analysis both on the federal and the regional levels. It is not without reason that 4 out of 7 chapters present a sort of case-studies of attempts to establish local authority in very different regions (Saratov, Perm, Petrozavodsk, Pskov).

  • 3, 2002

    • Phenomenon of capital megapolices

      The author states that capital megapolices have always been a rather complex, multifaceted and multicultural economic and political phenomena. Besides, today they are greatly influenced by growing globalization processes. One of Russian specifics lies in the fact that there are two centers in its new and modern history, and their interrelationship as well as their relations with the rest of the country have been constantly changing and developing.

  • 3, 2001

  • 4, 1999


      The essay is devoted to the history of the rise and the development stages of professor Galkin's research school. For the period of three decades the objects of the research, based on the extensive empirical material, were: the social structure of the present society, the social mobility, the key features of the consciousness and political behavior of different categories of population, including the marginal strata. The Galkin's school made a considerable contribution to the research of the phenomena of civil society and to the studies of the stability problems. According to the author, ten and a half of the collective monographs edited by Galkin, numerous works of his pupils and followers defined further development of the political sociology in Russia.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-1999-14-4-200-207

      Pages: 200-207

  • 3, 1998

  • 1, 1998

    • Women and Politics

      The author provides a comparative analyses of views on possible approaches to the enhancement of representation of women in the power structures of modern Russia. Female leaders and activists of more than twenty NGOs, female prominent political leaders (deputies of the State Duma included), representatives of the regions and scholars, participated in the discussion on the invitation of the Russian Public Policy Centre Foundation. During the «round table» the international experience of introduction of the quota representation was discussed; the participants of the discussion considered its positive and negative results and its applicability in the present-day Russia.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-1998-7-1-157-161

      Pages: 157-161

  • 4, 1997

  • 1, 1996