Channels and “lifts” of social mobility of modern young townsfolk

Keywords: social ‘lift”, pseudo mobility, mobility trace, social status, mobility management.

Abstract

The article analyses the recent data on social mobility problem in Russian post-Soviet young people. Based on sociological research in the form of the poll of young people aged 15-28, living in the Russian province – the towns in the south of Tyumen region (N=1200), - the dominant channels of young people’s mobility were found out, as well as the motivation and setting on mobility in different categories of young people. The value of the research results consists in deep understanding of the person and groups’ social mobility problems, on the whole, and young people, in particular, in post-Soviet Russia.

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Author Biographies

Natalia Skok, Tyumen Industrial University.

Professor, Institute of Service and Industry Management, Tyumen Industrial University.

Ekaterina Akvazba, Tyumen Industrial University.

Associate Professor, Institute of Service and Industry Management, Tyumen Industrial University.

Yulya Koltunova, Tyumen Industrial University.

Associate Professor, Institute of Service and Industry Management, Tyumen Industrial University.

Arina Zinenkova, Tyumen Industrial University.

Assistant, Institute of Service and Industry Management, Tyumen Industrial University.

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Published
2020-07-07
How to Cite
Skok, N., Akvazba, E., Koltunova, Y., & Zinenkova, A. (2020). Channels and “lifts” of social mobility of modern young townsfolk. Amazonia Investiga, 9(30), 24-31. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2020.30.06.2
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