Published: 01.09.2009

Lead editor: Mischa Gabowitsch

Introduction

Laboratorium: An Invitation and Non-Manifesto

Mischa Gabowitsch
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Articles

Russian Sociology after 1991: The Institutional and Intellectual Dynamics of a “Poor” Discipline

Mikhail Sokolov
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Page 58-64

Administrative Reform and the New Conflict of the Faculties at French Universities

Brice Le Gall, Charles Soulié
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Page 83-97

Is Sociology the Same Discipline in Russia and France? A Brief Political Micro-History

Alexander Bikbov
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Page 124-139

Interviews

Discussion

Public Sociology: International Models and Russian Views

Mischa Gabowitsch
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Page 195-196

Can “Public Sociology” Travel as far as Russia?

Michael Burawoy
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Page 197-204

“Public” Sociology in Russia

Nataliya Savelieva, Elena Moskovkina, Oleg Zhuravlev, Vasily Bushnev
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Page 205-207

Overcoming Sociological Narcissism. The Heterogeneous Landscape of Public Action

Oksana Zaporozhets
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Page 208-210

Fusing Public Sociology and Policy Sociology: The New Goal of Sociological Professionalization?

Tatjana Zimenkova
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Page 211-215

Public Sociology without Professional Sociologists: In Search of a New Utopia

Yana Krupets
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Page 216-218

Short Remarks about Certain Structural Problems of Contemporary Russian Sociology

Nikolay Mitrokhin
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Page 219-223

The Pitfalls of Publicness May Be Overcome

Mikhail Rozhansky
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Page 224-226

Difficulties of Prognosis

Liliya Sagitova
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Page 227-228

Book Reviews

The Scientific Revolution through a Gendered Lens: A Review of Feminist Histories of Science

Konstantin Ivanov
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Page 242-248

Juvenile Justice: A Progressive Alternative or Opportune Conformism? A Review of Mary McAuley’s Children in Prison

Victoria Shmidt
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Page 263-268

On Juvenile Justice Reform and the Aims of Expert Debate. A Response to Victoria Shmidt

Mary McAuley
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Page 269-273

Juvenile Justice: Ambiguity Produces Stereotypes. A Rejoinder to Mary McAuley

Victoria Shmidt
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Page 274-275

Krasavskii, Nikolai. Emotsional'nye koncepty v nemetskoi i russkoi lingvokul'turakh. M.: Gnozis, 2008

Maria Berezanskaia
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