Vakhshtayn Victor

Victor Vakhshtayn, Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences My article “On the lamentable state of post-Soviet Sociology” published in Global Dialogue 2.3 is a short excerpt from a broader research project on the cognitive styles of sociological explanations. The question I’m particularly interested in is “Why certain sociological narratives are so viable and lasting […]

by Victor Vakhshtayn, Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, Russia Over the last few years the intellectual space of Russian sociology has become a battle field. It would seem that two out of three sociological writings today are about sociology itself: sociology of sociology becomes, if not part of mainstream research, then at least […]