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Mikhail Sokolov

Labor Markets, Stratifi cation and Careers in Soviet Sociology

2011. Vol. 12. No. 4. P. 37–72 [issue contents]
The article is focused on the history of emergence and organization of academic markets of sociological profession in the late USSR. It starts with a description of niches occupied by the new professional specialization in soviet academic «ecologies» (Andrew Abbott) and confl icts inherent to this division of labor. Major subspecializations and characteristics of their representatives are analyzed. The role of political patronage imposed by the philosophy-and-party bosses is discussed. Finally, the mechanics of academic statuses and professional contracts distribution is laid out.
Citation: Sokolov Mikhail (2011) Rynki truda, stratifikatsiya i kar'ery v sovetskoy sotsiologii [Labor Markets, Stratifi cation and Careers in Soviet Sociology] Economic Sociology, 4, pp. 37-72 (in Russian)
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