No 1 (2009)

Russian Sociology in Local and Global Context

Lead Editor Mischa Gabowitsch

Table of Contents

Introduction

Laboratorium: An Invitation and Non-Manifesto
Mischa Gabowitsch 13-19

Articles

Russian Sociology after 1991: The Institutional and Intellectual Dynamics of a “Poor” Discipline
Mikhail Sokolov 58-64
Administrative Reform and the New Conflict of the Faculties at French Universities
Brice Le Gall, Charles Soulié 83-97
Is Sociology the Same Discipline in Russia and France? A Brief Political Micro-History
Alexander Bikbov 124-139

Interviews

Sociologists and their publishers. Jim Clark, editor and publisher of Erving Goffman, Harold Garfinkel, Herbert Blumer, Talcott Parsons, and Robert Bellah, in conversation with Mischa Gabowitsch
Mischa Gabowitsch 151-159

Discussion

Public Sociology: International Models and Russian Views
Mischa Gabowitsch 195-196
Can “Public Sociology” Travel as far as Russia?
Michael Burawoy 197-204
“Public” Sociology in Russia
Nataliya Savelieva, Elena Moskovkina, Oleg Zhuravlev, Vasily Bushnev 205-207
Overcoming Sociological Narcissism. The Heterogeneous Landscape of Public Action
Oksana Zaporozhets 208-210
Fusing Public Sociology and Policy Sociology: The New Goal of Sociological Professionalization?
Tatjana Zimenkova 211-215
Public Sociology without Professional Sociologists: In Search of a New Utopia
Yana Krupets 216-218
Short Remarks about Certain Structural Problems of Contemporary Russian Sociology
Nikolay Mitrokhin 219-223
The Pitfalls of Publicness May Be Overcome
Mikhail Rozhansky 224-226
Difficulties of Prognosis
Liliya Sagitova 227-228

Book Reviews

The Scientific Revolution through a Gendered Lens: A Review of Feminist Histories of Science
Konstantin Ivanov 242-248
Juvenile Justice: A Progressive Alternative or Opportune Conformism? A Review of Mary McAuley’s Children in Prison
Victoria Shmidt 263-268
On Juvenile Justice Reform and the Aims of Expert Debate. A Response to Victoria Shmidt
Mary McAuley 269-273
Juvenile Justice: Ambiguity Produces Stereotypes. A Rejoinder to Mary McAuley
Victoria Shmidt 274-275
Krasavskii, Nikolai. Emotsional'nye koncepty v nemetskoi i russkoi lingvokul'turakh. M.: Gnozis, 2008
Maria Berezanskaia 276-280
Nataliia Lebina: Entsiklopediia banal'nostei. Sovetskaia povsednevnost': kontury, simvoly, znaki. SPb.: Dmitrii Bulanin, 2006
Carsten Goehrke 281-284
Vladimir Davydov, Nikolai Karbainov, Veronika Simonova, Veronika Tselishcheva: Aginskaya Street, tanets s ognem i aliuminievye strely: prisvoenie kul’turnykh landshaftov [Aginskaya Street, Fire Dance, and Aluminum Arrows…] Khabarovsk: DVO RAN, 2006
Tsypylma Darieva 285-286
Mongolia 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
Ines Stolpe 287-289
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
Vera Sparschuh 290-291

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