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Regular version of the site

Laboratory of Sociology in Education and Science

Anti-school attitudes, school culture and friendship networks

Ivaniushina V. A., Alexandrov D. A.

British Journal of Sociology of Education. 2018. Vol. 39. No. 5. P. 698-716.

Book chapter
Designing for Code Sharing in a Data Science Course for non-STEM students

Okopny P., Musabirov I., Bakhitova A.

In bk.: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Designs for Learning. Bergen: Centre for the Science of Learning & Technology (SLATE), 2018. P. 47-53.

Working paper
Studying Patterns of Communication in Virtual Urban Groups With Different Modes of Privacy

Vadim Voskresenskiy, Musabirov I., Alexandrov D. A.

Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2017

Our impressions of the summer student expedition

Hello dears! 
We would like to share our impressions of the summer student expedition, which is held in the Kaluga region of Russia. Moscow campus of Higher School of Economics has been implementing the “Rediscovering Russia" program for several years, which funds student research expeditions to different regions of Russia on a competitive basis.

Interview with Marica

My year in Russia was amazing!

Methodology of the analysis of school disciplinary practices: the principles of disciplinary action

On December 21, 2017, at one of our regular SESL seminars, Kirill Maslinsky gave a presentation “Methodology of the analysis of school disciplinary practices: the principles of disciplinary action”. 

Meeting with Dr. Rene F. Kizilce

On October 23, 2017, at one of the ongoing research SESL seminars, we had a meeting with Dr. Rene F. Kizilcec of Stanford University. He is the director of the Digital Learning Research Stanford University and a co-founder of the interdisciplinary Lytic Lab.

As long as the balloon doesn’t pop

One of the first SELS students, Tamara Petrova, got admitted to a Master's program in Europe. This year her Master’s thesis was focused on a very interesting area of neuroeconomics, which is still quite rare in Russia. Tamara has told us about her research and her reasons for choosing this unusual field.

Ksenia Tenisheva Has Defended PhD Thesis

This Friday in Moscow, Ksenia defended her Ph.D. thesis “The influence of the social environment on the academic success and vocational plans of students (based on schools in St. Petersburg and the Moscow region)”

World Anti-Bullying Forum

One of the SELS working areas is studying of the socio-psychological climate at schools. In particular, teenage aggression and bullying is one of the areas that receive our attention. Attacks, bullying, insulting pranks, and exclusion from communication can be found among children and teenagers of different ages. Relatively recently, so-called cyber-bullying that takes place in social networks has been also added to more traditional forms of bullying.

Popularity and Criteria for Popularity for Boys and Girls

On March 31, 2017, at a regular SESL seminar, Vera Titkova presented her report “Popularity and Criteria for Popularity for Boys and Girls.”

VII Grushin Sociological Conference

On March 15-16th, the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) held the VII Grushin Sociological Conference, where SESL staff members presented the results of their research

My Impressions of Data Fest

On February 11-12, the Moscow office of the mail.ru group hosted a conference “Open Data Fest” on open data and open data science. The HSE students and the SELS staff attended the conference as members of audience. This Data Fest was the fourth event of this kind, which brought together researchers, engineers and developers engaged in various aspects of the data science. The conference program included several lectures on a range of topics, from a review of methods for analyzing big data in various areas of research, social sciences, to the latest advances in machine learning. Along with the lectures, where was an a series of practical events, like Pecha Kucha, where everyone had an opportunity to talk briefly about their research, which was followed by more detailed discussions of the most interesting cases.