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The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the most multidisciplinary faculties in the HSE. It is the product of uniting the faculties of sociology, applied political science, psychology and public administration, which are now schools, and a series of laboratories, research centers and institutes. This kind of synthesis of education and research in the sphere of social sciences is a standard part of global best practice for a modern research university.
We train researchers, analysts and practitioners of sociology, political science, psychology and management, and specialists in education, demographics, public policy and civil society. Our primary strategy in teaching bachelors, masters and doctorate courses is to prepare students to meet global demands and requirements as successful professionals.
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Problems of Post-Communism. 2019. Vol. 66. No. 4. P. 227-239.
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Antipode. 2019. Vol. 51. No. 4. P. 1146-1165.
Utochkin I. S., Brady T. F.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 2020. Vol. 149. No. 3. P. 530-549.
Ilina I. N., Dunichkin I. V.
In bk.: Sustainability in Energy and Buildings. Singapore: Springer, 2020. P. 519-529.
Rooy M., Novikov N., Gutkin B.
Izvestiya Vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Prikladnaya nelineynaya dinamika. 2020. Vol. 28. No. 1. P. 90-97.
Evgeny Feigin, Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics, was awarded for a series of papers on representation theory of algebras and Lie groups. Aigul Mavletova, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, received an award for innovative methodological experimental studies, which aim at improving the quality of online surveys. And last but not least, Alexey Vdovin, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, received an award for his studies in Russian philology, which postulate a new concept for the history of Russian literary critics in the first half of the 19th century in a socio-cultural and comparative context.