FSD3291 Social Distinctions in Modern Russia 1990-2015
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- Nikula, Jouko (University of Helsinki. Aleksanteri Institute)
educational background, family environment, family life, interpersonal relations, labour and employment, occupational life, political action, political attitudes, socio-economic status, standard of living, workers participation
The Social Distinctions in Modern Russia survey series charted various issues characterising social differentiation in contemporary Russian society. This dataset contains combined data from datasets FSD3285, FSD3286, FSD3287 and FSD3288. Social differentiation in this study was mainly considered in terms of occupation, social mobility, property and income, but attitudes, politics and religion were also examined. The study aimed to survey the respondents' conditions in life together with their values in order to examine the interaction between the two.
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