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Illustration for news: Historical Legacies of the BAM: Mechanisms of Persistence and Contemporary Effects

Historical Legacies of the BAM: Mechanisms of Persistence and Contemporary Effects

On April, 24th at the 13th LCSR International Workshop Alexander Libman (Free University of Berlin, Germany) presented the study “Historical Legacies of the BAM: Mechanisms of Persistence and Contemporary Effects”.

Illustration for news: How Important are Values for Well-Being? A Multi-Level Meta-Analysis Across 111 Societies

How Important are Values for Well-Being? A Multi-Level Meta-Analysis Across 111 Societies

On Friday, April 26, the last day of the 13th LCSR International Workshop,  Ronald Fisher  (Instituto D'Or de Pesquisa e Ensino, Brazil) presented an honorary paper “How Important are Values for Well-Being? A Multi-Level Meta-Analysis Across 111 Societies”.

Illustration for news: Demographic, Contextual, and Attitudinal Factors of Attrition in Online Panels

Demographic, Contextual, and Attitudinal Factors of Attrition in Online Panels

On April, 25th at the 13th LCSR International Workshop Boris Sokolov (LCSR, Russia) presented the study "Demographic, Contextual, and Attitudinal Factors of Attrition in Online Panels".

Illustration for news: Demystifying the Nature of Cultural Tightness Versus Looseness

Demystifying the Nature of Cultural Tightness Versus Looseness

The second day of the 13th LCSR International Workshop was opened with an honorary lecture by Michael Minkov (Varna University of Management, Bulgaria; LCSR HSE, Russia) “Demystifying the Nature of Cultural Tightness Versus Looseness”.

Illustration for news: The 13th LCSR International Workshop Has Started

The 13th LCSR International Workshop Has Started

The first day of the 13th LCSR International Workshop took place in Moscow, featuring an honorable lecture by Hermann Dülmer, Professor at the University of Cologne.

Illustration for news: Interdisciplinary meeting in the social sciences

Interdisciplinary meeting in the social sciences

On 5 February, the staff of the Centre for Sociocultural Research together with the staff of the Laboratory of Comparative Social Research, the Centre for Stability and Risk Studies, and the Department of Psychology of the National Research University Higher School of Economics came together to exchange ideas and experience in their respective fields.

Illustration for news: Ekaterina Nastina Has Received a PhD in Sociology

Ekaterina Nastina Has Received a PhD in Sociology

Ekaterina Nastina, LCSR Junior Research Fellow, has received a PhD in Sociology. Congratualtions!

Illustration for news: 'Sociologists Need to Know How to Work Both with People and Data'

'Sociologists Need to Know How to Work Both with People and Data'

The Bachelor's programme 'Sociology and Social Informatics' is well suited to those interested in public processes, people's lives and data analysis. The programme offers state-funded places and fee-paying places for foreign students. We talked about the specifics and advantages of the programme with its academic supervisor Anna Nemirovskaya.

Illustration for news: LCSR Researchers Got the Elizabeth H. Nelson Prize

LCSR Researchers Got the Elizabeth H. Nelson Prize

Violetta Korsunova, Junior Research Fellow, and Boris Sokolov, Laboratory Head, have become the prizewinners of the Elizabeth H. Nelson Prize for the best paper from a society in transition. Laboratory's staff congratulates them on their victory and sincerely wishes them inspiration and success in their endeavours!

Illustration for news: HSE University Reports New Findings on Links between Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction

HSE University Reports New Findings on Links between Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction

Who finds happiness in their work? Now we have a better idea