Branch of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Vladimir Kozlovskiy

Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor

Director

The Sociological Institute of the RAS – Branch of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SI RAS – FCTAS RAS)

Deputy Director

The Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (FCTAS RAS)

Chief researcher, Head of the department

Department on History of the Russian Sociology, SI RAS – FCTAS RAS

Professor, Head of the department

Department on Sociology of Culture and Communication, Faculty of Sociology, Saint Petersburg State University

Membership in academic councils

  • Chairman of the Academic Council

    The Sociological Institute of the RAS – Branch of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • Member of the Academic Council

    The Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Membership in the executive / editorial boards

  • Chief co-editor

    Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology

  • Member of the executive board

    Journal “Power and Elites”

  • Member of the editorial board

    Journal “Political Expertise: POLITEX”

​Membership in scientific organizations and professional associations​

  • International Sociological Association (ISA)
  • European Sociological Association (ESA)
  • Russian Society of Sociologists
  • Saint-Petersburg Association of Sociologists (SPAS)

Awards

  • Silver Medal of Pitirtm Sorokin

Research projects

  • “Bases and tendencies of civilizational dynamics of the Russian society in culture, politics, economy”, 2017-2021, Sociological Institute of the RAS – – Branch of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, head of project
  • “The reflection of global and regional of civilization processes in the Russian sociology: contemporary and historical discourse”, 2015-2016, Sociological Institute of the RAS, head of project
  • “History of Russian sociology in the context of socio-cultural changes: practices and effects of modernization of Russian society”, 2012-2014, Sociological Institute of the RAS, head of project
  • “Civilizational dynamics of Russian society: historical and sociological research”, 2009-2011, Sociological Institute of the RAS, head of project
  • “Culture and spiritual life of Russian society in the XIX-XX centuries: historical and sociological research”, 2006-2008, Sociological Institute of the RAS, head of project
  • “Sociological retrospective of Russian society”, 2003-2005, Sociological Institute of the RAS, head of project
  • “History of pre-revolutionary Russian sociology”, 1998-2002, Sociological Institute of the RAS, head of project (2002)

Grants

  • “Socio-structural effects of civilizational changes in Russian society”, 2017-2019, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, N 18-011-01254, head of project
  • “Sexuality and life course: social trajectories, models and practices”, 2016-2018, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, N16-33-00020, head of project
  • “Models of crisis transformation of consumption practices in modern Russia”, 2016-2018, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, N 16-06-00572, investigator
  • “The formation and change of civilizational order in the modern Russian society”, 2013-2015, Russian Foundation for Humanities, N 15-03-00805, head of project
  • “Transformation of the civilizational identity of the modern Russian society”, 2010-2012, Russian Foundation for Humanities, N 10-03-00840, head of project
  • “Labor migration in the Russian metropolis: the situation in St. Petersburg”, 2009-2011, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, N 08-06-06049, head of project
  • “Sociological diagnosis of the evolution of cultural practices and spiritual life in Russian society”, 2007-2009, Russian Foundation for Humanities, N 07-03-00475, head of project
  • “Consumption and consumerism in the context of Russian glocalization”, 2007-2009, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, N 07-06-00287, investigator
  • “Towards a Lifelong Learning Society in Europe: The Contribution of the Education System” under the 6th Research and Technological Development Framework Programme of European Commission, PRIORITY 7, 2005-2011, head of the Russian research group
  • “Transforming Russian society in historical and sociological perspective”, 2004-2006, Russian Foundation for Humanities, N 04-03-00334, head of project
  • “Intercultural tolerance in the big city: St. Petersburg and Moscow”, 2002-2003, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, N 02-06-80491, head of project

Selected publications

  • Age and Sexuality Online: Trends, Risks and Perspectives // Proceedings of the 2018 2nd International Conference on Education Science and Economic Management (ICESEM 2018). Pp. 30-33. (in co-authorship with L.S. Pankratova)
  • Vectors of Musical Tastes Reconfiguration in Consumer Society // Proceedings of the 2018 2nd International Conference on Education Science and Economic Management (ICESEM 2018). Pp. 38-41. (in co-authorship with D.V. Tkachuk)
  • Civilizational trends of social inequalities in modern societies // Russia is reforming. Yearbook. 2018. Pp. 80-103. (in co-authorship with R.G. Braslavskiy) (in Russian)
  • Civilizational profile of the Russian company town / / III Scientific and practical Internet conference “Global challenges and regional development in the mirror of sociological measurements”. Vologda, 2018. (in Russian)
  • Civilizational effects of Russian revolutions // Scientific works of the Free economic society of Russia. Moscow. 2017. Vol. 204. No. 2. P. 230-243. (in Russian)
  • Civilizational contours and effects of Russian revolutions of the XX century // World of Russia. 2017. Vol. 26. No. 4. C. 7-29. DOI: 10.17323/1811-038X-2017-26-4-7-29.
  • Sociology of history by B. N. Mironov (on the book “The Russian Empire: from tradition to modernity”) // Sociological researches. 2017. No. 5. P. 166-172. (in co-authorship with Veselov Yu. V.) (in Russian)
  • V.O. Klyuchevsky as historical sociologists and theorist of civilization // V. O. Klyuchevsky: studies and memories. St. Petersburg: Publishing house of Polytechnical University, 2017. P. 219-256. (in co-authorship with R.G. Braslavskiy) (in Russian)
  • Transformation of sexuality in the context of multiple modernities // Motherhood and fatherhood through the prism of time and cultures. Proceedings of the Ninth International Scientific Conference of RAIJI and IEA RAS. Smolensk–Moscow: Publishing house of Smolensk State University, 2016. P. 407-411. (in Russian)
  • Socio-communicative practices of representation of human sensuality // Sociology and society: social justice and social inequality. Materials of the V all-Russian sociological Congress. 19-21 October 2016. Ekaterinburg, 2016. P. 2344-2352. (in Russian)
  • Civilizational approach in the study of social inequalities in modern societies // Sociology and society: social justice and social inequality. Materials of the V all-Russian sociological Congress. 19-21 October 2016 Ekaterinburg, 2016. P. 2352-2360. (in Russian)
  • Topology of the historical process: sociological reflections of A.S. Lappo-Danilevskiy // International relations and dialogue of cultures. Yearbook. 2016. Issue 30. (in Russian)
  • In search of a modern civilizational path: the Eurasian perspective // Materials of the Astana sociological forum devoted to the Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. International Scientific Conference / Ed. by Z.K. Shaukenov. Astana, 2015. P. 63-70. (in Russian)
  • Factors and trends in the development of the Don Cossacks // Sociological research. 2014. No. 10. P. 45-49. (in co-authorship with I.O. Kudryakov). (in Russian)
  • Sociological heritage of academician Alexander S. Lappo-Danilevskiy // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2014. Vol. XVII. No. 4. P. 189-202. (in co-authorship with Braslavskiy R.G., Troitskiy S.A., Prozorova Yu.A., Malinov A.V.) (in Russian)
  • The Fate of Depressed Rural Areas: by the example of Buturlinovsky area, Voronezh region // Changes and Challenges in Glocalizing Russia and Northeast Asia. 4th Humanities Korea International Conference Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea. October 18-19, 2013.
  • Formal adult education in the context of the transforming labour market in Russia // Lifelong Learning in Europe / Ed. by Ellu Saar, Odd Bjørn Ure, John Holford Cheltenham, Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013. (412 p.) Pp. 327-349 (in co-authorship with Khokhlova A., Veits M.).
  • From the methodology of history to historical meta-sociology: lessons of A.S. Lappo-Danilevskiy // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2013. Vol. XVI. No. 3. P. 5-7. (in Russian)
  • Social communications as a factor of civilizational development of modern societies // Communication in social and humanitarian knowledge, economics, education [Electronic resource]: Materials III international scientific conference, 29-31 March 2012, Minsk / Ed. by O.V. Tereshchenko. Minsk: BSU, 2012. Pp. 85-86. URL: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/17472. (in Russian)
  • Social communications: repertoire and efficiency of contemporary technologies // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2012. Vol. XV. No. 4. P. 201-207. (in co-authorship with A.M. Pivovarov). (in Russian)
  • Social media-alternative to traditional communicative practices // Sociology and society: global challenges and regional development [Electronic resource]: Proceedings of the IV Regular all-Russian sociological Congress / ROS, is RAS, as RB, ISPI. — Moscow, Russia, 2012. — 1 CD ROM. ISBN 978-5-904804-06-0. C. 849-852. (in Russian)
  • Modernization potential of the depressive rural area of the Russian society // Sociology and society: global challenges and regional development [Electronic resource]: Proceedings of the IV Regular all-Russian sociological Congress. Moscow, Russia, 2012. — 1 CD ROM. ISBN 978-5-904804-06-0. C. 8683-8685. (in Russian)
  • Network architectonics of social media: construction of a local chronotope // Cultural space of Russian regions. Volgograd. 2012. (in Russian)
  • Society of consumption and civilizational order of modernity // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2011. Vol. XV. No. 5. P. 55-65. (in Russian)
  • Institutional scissors of labour migration: the Russian context // Economic restructuring: resources and mechanisms. St. Petersburg, 2010. (in Russian)
  • Models of continuous education – “life Learning” in modern Russian society // Life-long learning as a factor of modernization of the socio-economic space of the region. Ekaterinburg, 2010. (in Russian)
  • Competitive advantages of formal and non-formal education in the context of the emerging information society in Russia // Lifelong learning as a factor of modernization of the socio-economic space of the region. Ekaterinburg, 2010. (in co-authorship with M.E. Weitz, A.M. Khokhlova) (in Russian)
  • Social communications: points of growth in the research landscape // Social communications: professional and everyday practices / ed. by V.V. Vasilkova, V.V. Kozlovskiy, A.M. Khokhlova. Issue 3. St. Petersburg: Intersocis, 2010. (in co-authorship with V.V. Vasilkova, A.M. Khokhlova) (in Russian)
  • Diagnosis of the culture of Russian society: sociological perspective // Diagnosis of the culture of Russian society: historical and sociological essays / ed. by V. Kozlovskiy. St. Petersburg: Intersocis, 2010. (in Russian)
  • Criteria of multidimensional model of civilizational development of Russian society // Russian society in modern civilizational processes / ed. by V. Kozlovsky, R. Braslavsky. St. Petersburg: Intersocis, 2010. (in Russian)
  • Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Europe: An Introduction // Learning in Transition: Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries / Edited by V. Kozlovskiy, R. Vöörman, T. Roosalu. St. Petersburg: Nauka, 2010. Pp. 79-96. (with R. Vöörman, T. Roosalu).
  • Formal Adult Education in the Changing Russian Society: New Tendencies of Development // Learning in Transition: Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries / Edited by V. Kozlovskiy, R. Vöörman, T. Roosalu. St. Petersburg: Nauka, 2010. Pp. 79-96. (with A. Khokhlova, M. Veyts).
  • Support of Adult Education in Russian SME-s: Formal Regulations and Non-formal Practices // Learning in Transition: Policies and Practices of Lifelong Learning in Post-Socialist Countries / Edited by V. Kozlovskiy, R. Vöörman, T. Roosalu. St. Petersburg: Nauka, 2010. Pp. 207-220. (with A. Khokhlova, M. Veyts).
  • Civilizational challenges of modernity // Petersburg sociology today / Sociological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. St. Petersburg: Nestor-History, 2009.
  • In search of the “sociological stone” of modernity // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2009. Vol. XII. No. 1. P. 5-14. (in Russian)
  • Sociological diagnosis of culture of the Russian society // Vestnik RFH. 2009. No. 4. (in Russian)
  • Innovative strategy of continuous education and lifelong learning development in the Russian society// Management of continuous education: structure, content, quality. Ekaterinburg, 2008. (in Russian)
  • Sociological diagnosis as an integral assessment of the culture and society // Sociological diagnosis of culture of the Russian society of the second half of XIX – beginning of XXI century / ed. by V.V. Kozlovsky. St. Petersburg: Intersocis, 2008. P. 5-9. (in Russian)
  • Tolerance as intercultural communication // Tolerance and intolerance / ed. by I.L. Pervov. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg State University, 2008. (in Russian)
  • Continuing education as a factor of social mobility in modern Russia // University education and civil society / edited by V.G. Marakhov. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg State University, 2007. P. 83-106. (in Russian)
  • State and sociology in Russia. What sociology is necessary for modern society? // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2007. Vol. XII. No. 1. (in Russian)
  • From the academic history of sociology to the historical and sociological study of Russia: oeuvre of I.A. Golosenko // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2005. No. 1. P. 40-53. (in Russian)
  • Figurative sociology of Norbert Elias // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 2000. Vol. III. No. 3. (in Russian)
  • Losses and gains of sociology // Journal of sociology and social anthropology. 1998. T. I. № 1. (in Russian)
  • Modernization: from equality to freedom. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg State University, 1995. (in co-authorship with V.G. Fedotova, A.I. Utkin). (in Russian)
  • History of Russian sociology of the mid XIX-early XX centuries. M.: Onega, 1995. (in co-authorship with I.A. Golosenko). (in Russian)
  • In search of social harmony: social responsibility and social justice. Sverdlovsk: Ural State University, 1990. (in co-authorship with V.G. Fedotova). (in Russian)
  • Social justice and social responsibility. M.: Znanie, 1988. (in Russian)

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Professional Interests:

  • Civilizational analysis of contemporary societies
  • Modernization and transformation of Russian society
  • Sociology of culture
  • History of Russian sociology
  • Sociology of education
  • Sociology of body and sexuality

According to the order of FANO of Russian Federation, dated April 1, 2016, No. 205 Vladimir Kozlovsky was appointed to the poisition of Director of the Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science of the Sociological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. (more…)

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