ISSN 2712-7834

Social Novelties & Social Sciences
A view from Moscow

About journal

Editorials

Editor-in-Chief: Olga Bolshakova, DrS. (Hist. Sci.), Leading Researcher of the Center for Russian studies, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Maria Polozhikhina, PhD (Geogr. Sci.), Head of the Department of Economics, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Executive secretary: Inna Chuvychkina, PhD, Researcher of the Department of Economics, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Editorial Board

Larissa Borisoglebskaia, DrS (Econ. Sci.), PhD (Tech. Sci.), Vice-Rector for Research and Project-Innovation Activity at Orel State University (Orel, Russia)

Alexei Bykov, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Head of the Economics and Management Department, Belarusian State Economic University (Belarus)

Elena Grebenshchikova, DrS (Philos. Sci.), Head of the Center for Scientific and Information Research on Science, Education and Technology, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Alexander Dolgov, PhD (Sociol. Sci.), Senior Researcher of the Department of Sociology and Social Psychology, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Anna Kazakova, DrS (Sociol. Sci.), Leading researcher of the Department of Sociology and Social Psychology, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Natalya Korovnikova, PhD (Pol. Sci.), Leading Researcher of the Department of Economics, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Mary Manucharyan, PhD (Econ. Sci.), Leading Researcher, Deputy Director for Scientific Work of the M. Kotanyan Institute of Economics, National Academy of Sciences RA (Armenia)

, DrS. (Pol. Sci.), Head of Political Science Department, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Uliana Nikolaeva, DrS (Soc. Sci.), Chief Researcher, Federal Research Sociological Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia)

Gevorg Pogosian, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences, DrS (Soc. Sci.), Scientific Director of the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of the National Academy of Sciences (Armenia)

Sergei Smirnov, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Leading Researcher of the Department of Economics, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Advisory board

Alexei Kuznetsov, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Science, DrS. (Econ. Sci.), Director of INION RAN (Moscow, Russia);

Victoria Akberdina, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, DrS (Econ.), Head of the Department of Regional Industrial Policy and Economic Security, Deputy Director, Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, (Ekaterinburg, Russia)

Elena Alferova, PhD (Law Sci.), Head of the Department of Law, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia)

Huuhee Battsengel, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Director, Institute of Contemporary Studies, Mongolian University of Post-Secondary Education, Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia)

Natalia Brovko, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (Kyrgyzstan)

Viacheslav Dodonov, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Chief Researcher at the Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies under the President of Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan)

Dmitry Efremenko, DrS. (Pol. Sci.), Deputy Director for Scientific Work, INION RAN (Moscow, Russia);

Alexei Kashepov, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Chief Researcher at the Institute for Demographic Research, Federal Research Sociological Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia)

Irina Loskutova, DrS. (Sociol. Sci.), Associate Prof. of the Department of theoretical and special sociology, Institute of social and humanitarian education, Moscow State Pedagogical University (Moscow, Russia);

Natalia Makasheva, DrS. (Econ. Sci.), Prof. of the Faculty of Economics, HSE (Moscow, Russia);

Nikolai Myslivets, PhD (Soc. Sci.), Director, Institute of Sociology, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (Belarus)

Vladimir Petrov, DrS (Soc. Sci.), Professor, Department of Sociology, Kuban State University (Krasnodar, Russia)

Olga Prokapalo, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Deputy Director for Research at the Institute for Economic Research of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Khabarovsk, Russia)

Mashrab Fayzulloev, DrS (Econ. Sci.), Rector of the Russian-Tajik (Slavic) University (Tajikistan)

Sergei Chepel, DrS (Econ Sci.), Chief Researcher at the Institute of Forecasting and Macroeconomic Research under the Ministry of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction of Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan)

Zhang Shuhua, PhD, Prof., Director of the Institute of Political Science of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing, China)

Editorial ethics

The Journal «Social Novelties & Social Sciences: a view from Moscow», published by the Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INION RAN), consistently adheres to the recommendations of the International Committee on Publication Ethics – COPE, – access mode: https://publicationethics.org /.

Editorial ethics or scientific ethics of publications is understood as a set of ethical standards that are mandatory for the editorial board, reviewers and authors of the Journal.

Editors:

The decision to translate the Russian-language material into English and its subsequent publication is made on the basis of an impartial analysis of texts presented to the editorial board, taking into account the quality of the analytics, substance and reliability of data collected by the authors. Discrimination against the author is unacceptable: submissions are evaluated solely on the basis of their intellectual content without regard to the race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnicity, or political philosophy of the authors. The decision to accept manuscripts for publication is made without preferences or biases and not influenced by the interests of business and politics.

2. The editor-in-chief and editors-compilers are responsible for selecting materials previously published in other publications of the INION RAN for translation.

3. Editors-compilers are obliged to obtain the official consent from authors of Russian-language publications to translate and subsequently publish their works.

4. Editors-compilers can offer authors of Russian-language publications selected for translation to finalize or update their texts taking into account recent changes and data.

5. The Editorial Board shall respect the intellectual independence of authors and their copyrights. The Editorial Board consistently observes editorial confidentiality and does not disclose information to third parties about the progress of work on manuscripts. Unpublished works cannot be transferred to third parties without the written consent of the author.

Reviewers:

1. All Russian-language materials selected for translation and publication have already passed the double-blind review process, as well as verification in the anti-plagiarism checker.

Authors:

1. The authors bear full responsibility for the research results and conclusions presented in the manuscript.

2. The author submitting the manuscript shall be responsible for adding persons who contributed to the research and paper presentation as co-authors.

3. If the research was funded by some grant or subsidy, the authors are obliged to indicate the form of its financing.

Rules for reviewing and registration

1. The review of Russian-language manuscripts selected for translation and subsequent publication is carried out in accordance with the rules of those publications of the INION RAN where they were previously published.

2. The Journal publishes materials of the following genres: research papers, review articles, reviews, and essays. The issues of the Journal are thematic, so the content of the selected manuscripts should correspond to a specific topic.

3. The structure and design of materials published in the Journal must comply with the requirements of GOST R. 7.0.7.-2021 “System of standards for information, library and publishing. Articles in journals and collections. Publishing design”, as well as adhere to the following rules:

– the presence of an abstract of up to 100 words, as well as four to six keywords. Authors must necessarily indicate their full name and patronymic, place of work, position and contact information (e-mail), as well as provide their photo;

– the presence of an introduction and conclusion in the text, as well as a list of references drawn up in accordance with the requirements adopted by INION RAN and the rules established by the National Standard of the Russian Federation (GOST R 7.0.5-2008);

– references to literature are given in the text in square brackets indicating the name of the author of the source, the year of publication and the cited pages. Materials may have subpage text footnotes;

– drawings, diagrams, graphs and tables must necessarily have links to the original source, their representation is allowed both in black and white and in color.