How stratification of society contributes to teenage aggression
What it looks like and what it means for children
Who are its members and how do they spend their money?
How birth rates are changing in post-Soviet countries
Sons are more popular than daughters on social media
Post-Soviet life and the economic ups and downs of recent years have changed the attitude of Russians towards saving. Now, it is not the less fortunate who save, but the more intelligent, according to Elena Berdysheva and Regina Romanova. Or, more to the point, it’s the more intelligent women: domestic finances are usually dealt with by females. At HSE’s recent XIX April international scientific conference, researchers explained how Russians adjusted and optimized family budgets following the crisis of 2014-2017 and how this relates to gender issues.
What kind of family do teens want today?
Why the institution of fatherhood is taking so long to change
How Fatherhood Changes in Russia
Domestic work in Russian families is still a woman's business.
Once married, women tend to feel better off financially, while men report higher respect from others.