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Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований

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Опубликовано на портале: 08-09-2010
Brice LeGall, Charles Soulie Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 83-97. 
According to political and journalistic common sense, French universities are ill adapted to the new economic and social situation at home and abroad, and incapable of reform. We intend to counter this view by showing that, far from being an immobile behemoth as it is often described, the French university system—just like that of other European countries—has witnessed a silent revolution over the past twenty years, preparing it for the current reforms and, in particular, for the latest reform of its administration.
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Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 303-304. 
Representatives of independent sociological centers operating in various Russian cities met in May 2004 (in  Saint  Petersburg),  November  2005  (in  Moscow),  and  March  2007  (in  Irkutsk).  At  their  first  meeting,  they decided to create a Convention of Independent Sociological Centers, and at the third meeting, they resolved to write and publish a Declaration expressing the principles and tasks of the association. In August-September 2008, the Convention organized the first Baikal International School of Social Research. In 2009, it launched a series of books on qualitative methods in the social sciences.
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Опубликовано на портале: 15-09-2010
Liliya Sagitova Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 219-223. 
The types of sociologies enumerated by Michael Burawoy develop and correlate with each other through a combination of several components. Firstly, there is the level of maturity of the channels through which  social  interests  are  articulated.  Secondly,  there  are  the  specific,  historically  evolved  features  of  the institution of publicity in a given region. Thirdly, there are the peculiarities of the social and political situation at a macro- and meso-level.
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Tatjana Zimenkova Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 227-228. 
 The lack of mutual recognition between different sociologies (in terms of topics, focus, methods, goals, and ethics) is a problem that is expressed on the surface through the use of terms such as “real sociologists” or “bad sociologists.” To sociologists, it is clear that no single discipline that may be called “sociology” exists.  Public sociology does not have a “client” in the sense in which policy sociology does. Still, public sociology, especially organic public sociology, does have clients of a different nature, and the interests of these clients determine the work of public sociologists.
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Vera Sparschuh Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 290-291. 
Book review: G. S. Batygin, L. A. Kozlova, E. M. Sviderski (Eds.) Sotsial’nye nauki v postsovetskoi Rossii [the social sciences in post-Soviet Russia]. Saint Petersburg: Akademicheskii proekt, 2005. 416 pp. ISBN 5-8291- 0547-0.
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Alexander Bikbov Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 124-139. 
In  2007,  students  at  Moscow  State  University’s  sociology  department  staged  a  rebellion  against  their department administration. This was probably the most remarkable event in the history of Russian sociology after the decree “On Advancing Marxist-Leninist Sociology’s Role in Solving the Key Problems of Soviet Society” finally gave the discipline fully legal status in 1988. The almost two decades between those two events were marked  by  a  lack  of  intellectual  breakthroughs  that  would  have  generated  a  noticeable  professional, interdisciplinary, or public response. Against all expectations, professional observers contributed little to our understanding  of  post-Soviet  society,  even  though  sociologists  themselves  claimed  that  the  late  1980s  and early 1990s were an ideal period in which to observe social transformation.
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Jim Clark, Mischa Gabowitsch Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 151-159. 
Jim  Clark  (born  1931)  was  director  of  the  University  of  California  Press  from  1977  to  2002. Before  that,  he  worked  as  acquisitions  editor  in  the  social  sciences  at  Prentice  Hall,  a  large educational  publisher,  and  vice  president  of  Harper  &  Row,  a  major  publishing  house  that  later  became part of HarperCollins. As an editor, he has worked with over 800 authors of books in the social sciences. The  interview  was  recorded  in  Princeton,  NJ,  in  June  2008,  by  Mischa  Gabowitsch,  editor-in-chief  of Laboratorium  and  lecturer  in  Princeton  University’s  department  of  sociology,  and  revised  by  Clark  and Gabowitsch in October 2008.
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Опубликовано на портале: 07-09-2010
Mischa Gabowitsch Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 13-19. 
As its English subtitle indicates, Laboratorium is a Russian review of social research. It is not, however, primarily  a  journal  of  Russian  Studies.  To  the  extent  that  it  addresses  an  international  audience,  its  central task  is  to  help  integrate  research  on  and  from  Russia  into  a  global  conversation  about  social  reality  and  the disciplines  that  study  it. 
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Ines Stolpe Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 287-289. 
Book review: Ministerstvo Obrazovaniia i Nauki Rossiiskoi Federatsii; Buriatskii Gosudarstvennyi Universitet: Mongolii i Buriatiia: Geokul’turnye obrazy prostranstva. Issledovatel‘skii al‘manakh. [Mongolia  and Buryatia: Geocultural images of space] Ulan-ude:  Izdatel’stvo Buriatskogo Gosudarstvennogo universiteta. 2006. ISBN 5-85213-932-7, 135 pages.
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Oksana Zaporozhets Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 224-226. 
 In  the  conversation  about  public  sociology  today  we  should  discuss  the  actual experiences  of  public  activity  of  different  social  scientists,  artists,  and  activists,  and  also  think  about  the competences required for such activity. This is more appropriate than abstract theorizing on the public nature of  sociology  or  designing  normative  scenarios,  for  example  by  legislating  that  our  mission  is  to  turn  the supposedly  confused  and  incompetent  activists  of  NGOs  into  professional  sociologists  (an  idea  that  was expressed  in  one  of  the  numerous  debates  on  this  topic). 
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Vasily Bushnev, Oleg Zhuravlev, Elena Moskovkina, Natalia Savelieva Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 205-207. 
Public  sociology,  which  translates  the  results  of  scholarly  work  into  the  public  sphere,  is  only  relevant where the knowledge so produced is autonomous. Sociologists must not be politicians. The production cycle of sociological research must be governed by a professional logic. The sociologist must not be a “total intellectual,” in Michel Foucault’s term. Michael Burawoy asks: “Sociology for what?” and “Sociology for whom?”
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Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 195-196. 
The following virtual round-table discussion grew out of a seminar that took place in Saint Petersburg in September 2007. Michael Burawoy, who has spearheaded the debate on public sociology in the United States and globally in recent years, presented his ideas to a Russian audience. The seminar took place in the midst of what has become known as the “student revolt” at Moscow State University’s sociology department, and several of the student leaders took part in the debate. For the written version of the discussion, I suggested that Burawoy concentrate on different national types of sociology and offer his interpretation of the current state of Russian sociology in the context of public sociologies around the world.
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Michail M. Sokolov Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 58-64. 
This paper approaches the sociological study of science by defining academic life as a “dual economy” of money and attention. Scientists, including social scientists, seek to maximize both their financial revenue and colleagues’ attention to their work. As in conventional economics, to receive attention from others one has first to invest some attention of one’s own. The two dimensions of academic life—monetary exchanges and the exchange of attention—are in no way independent of each other.
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Опубликовано на портале: 15-09-2010
Nikolay Mitrokhin Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 211-215. 
Michael  Burawoy  distinguishes  between  professional,  critical,  policy,  and  public  sociology,  based  on  the main tasks and publics of sociological knowledge. Is this typology helpful in understanding the current state of Russian sociology? How are these four types correlated in Russia?
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Mikhail Rozhansky Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2009.  № 1. С. 216-218. 
“Professional” and “academic” are not precisely synonymous; what is meant here, apparently, is “addressed to professionals.” If we are to free critical, policy, and public sociology from standards of scholarly professionalism, we may just as well give up any hope for the future of social research in Russia. In that case, sociology will remain an activity based in offices and libraries. We would give a stamp of approval to a journalistic style in critical and public sociology, and make academic sociology so speculative that theoretical work would be divorced from “practical reason.”
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