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SOCIAL SCIENCES

A Quarterly Journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences
ISSN: 0134-5486
Language: English
Frequency: 4 times per year
Year First Published: 1970
Published in: Minneapolis

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• The Americanization of Soviet Russia in the 1920s and 1930s
 
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Founded in 1970, this periodical was a tool for promoting the communist approach to social sciences worldwide. Since Gorbachev’s perestroika, however, Social Sciences turned into a vivid chronicle of the collapse of the old communist dogmas and the transition to new ways of approaching social, economic and historical issues. Nowadays, this journal presents the most prominent papers and studies appearing in more than 30 journals of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Covering the most pressing issues of Russia’s social and economic development, Social Sciences includes articles on philosophy, history, economics, politics, sociology, law, philology, psychology, ethnography, archeology, literature and culture.


For many years, Social Sciences has been reprinting tables of contents from other periodical editions of the Russian Academy of Sciences. These are available from East View Press as English translations.

 

The electronic version of Social Sciences is currently available since 1998.

Abstracted and indexed in: PAIS International Information Service, American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (ABSEES), International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Sociological Abstracts, Social Planning Policy & Development Abstracts, Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts, Political Science and Goverment, and UnCover.

Editor-in-Chief: A. GUSEYNOV, Academician of RAS

Editorial Council
V. MAKAROV
Chairman, Academician of RAS
 
A. GRIGORYEV
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
 
I. BORISOVA
Executive Secretary
G. OSIPOV
Academician
 
A. DEREVYANKO
Academician
V. STEPIN
Academician
 
A. DMITRIYEV
Corresponding Member of RAS
V. TISHKOV
Academician
 
V. LEKTORSKY
Academician
Zh. TOSHCHENKO
Corresponding Member of RAS
 
A. NEKIPELOV
Academician
 

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Marginal Population Groups and State Policy. 1940s—1960s (No. 2, 2010)