Национальная гордость и ценности индивидуального выбора в десяти постсоветских странах

  • Софья Лопатина Институт социальной антропологии Макса Планка, Галле, Германия
  • Вероника Костенко Высшая школа экономики, Санкт-Петербург, Россия
  • Эдуард Понарин Высшая школа экономики, Санкт-Петербург, Россия


This study analyses individual-choice attitudes  measured as justifiability of abortions, divorces, and pre-marital sex in ten post-Soviet countries: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan in Central Asia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia in the Caucasus, as well as Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine, and Estonia. We show that individual-choice values in those countries are not in all cases associated with younger age, female gender, higher education, higher living  standards, and urban settings. In post-Soviet countries the rejection or support for individual choice is conditioned by the degree of a respondents’ national pride rather than socio-demographic characteristics.


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Лопатина, С., Костенко, В., & Понарин, Э. (2019). Национальная гордость и ценности индивидуального выбора в десяти постсоветских странах. ЖУРНАЛ СОЦИОЛОГИИ И СОЦИАЛЬНОЙ АНТРОПОЛОГИИ, 22(4), 166-201. извлечено от http://jourssa.ru/jourssa/article/view/2256
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