Personal Information
Anna Kazakova

Department of Filosophy and Culturology, Tsiolkovsky Kaluga State University, Kaluga, Russian Federation, Russia

Anna Kazakova
Educations
From september 2017 to present, Full-Doctoral Student (Sociology) , Russia
From 1997 to 2002, Ph.D (Sociology) , Russia
From 1991 to 1996, M.S. (Slavic studies, Polish Language & Literature) , Russia
Work Experiences
From 2015 to present, Associated Professor , Tsiolkovsky*s Kaluga State University
From 2012 to 2013, researcer urgent employment contract , JSC Novoye videniye PR agency, the publisher of the Innovations to the Region magazine, Kaluga)
From 1997 to present, Russian-Polish Translator , JSC Alean (Center of a professional translation, Kaluga)
From 2003 to 2012, Head of PR Department, Associated Professor of the same Department , Kaluga branch of the Moscow Institute of Humanities and Economics
From 2013 to 2013, Director , Tarusa employment center
From 2009 to 2012, Associate Professor , Kaluga branch of the Russian state University for the Humanities
From 1996 to 2001, Freelance translator-interpreter from English and Polish , Department of sociology of the Institute of scientific information on social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences (publisher of the scientific journal "Social and human Sciences. Domestic and foreign literature. Series 11: Sociology. Abstract journal"
Projects
From 2016 to 2017, Types of housing deprivation of Kaluga region population: levels, sources and consequences , The empirical base of the study, which formed the basis of the text of the thesis for the degree of full doctor of sociological Sciences, which the author is currently preparing to defend
From 2005 to 2015, Other 7 projects supported by Russian humanitarian science Foundation , In CV
Speciality
Social Structure, Social Institutions and Proсesses
Slavic Studies
Book
Suburban lifestyle in the modern Russian province. Social base, problems and prospects of development, University education (IPR books), ISBN 978-5-4487-0006-4, Kazakova, A.
Territorial stigma as a source of housing deprivation, Interregional center of innovative technologies in education, ISBN: 978-5-906642-71-4, Kazakova, A.
Journal Articles
INSTITUTIONALIZED CHILDREN IN RUSSIA: GROUPING THE REGIONS BY THE SCALE OF THE PHENOMENON. DOI: 10.1080/10609393.2018.1451200
HORROR-STYLED HOUSE. HOUSING SITUATION PATTERNS OF HORROR MOVIE CHARACTERS, Media Education: Journal about media education, media literacy, media studies, media competence, e-ISSN 1994-4195, Volume 57, No 2, 2018, 98-111
SUBJECTIVE HOUSING QUALITY AND CITIZENS’ TERRITORIAL IDENTITY(BASED ON A SURVEY OF RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF KALUGA). DOI: 10.19181/socjour.2017.23.1.5002
Eufemia as a part of policy of de-institutionalization of childhood. DOI: 10.17223/19996195/32/2
“Social bottom”: the crisis of gender identity as an indicator of the depth of disadaptation, ЖЕНЩИНА В РОССИЙСКОМ ОБЩЕСТВЕ, ISSN 2500-221X, No 2(75), 2015, 49-59
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