G. Sociology (translated by N.V. Romanovsky)

G. Sociology (translated by N.V. Romanovsky)

Delanty G.

Y, Prof. of Sociology and Socio-Political Thought, University of Sussex, Editor of the European Journal of Social Theory, United Kingdom G.Delanty@sussex.ac.uk

Romanovskiy N.V.

Dr. Sci. (Hist.), Prof., Russian State University for Humanities, Deputy Head Editor “Sotsiologitcheskie Issledovaniya” journal, Chief Researcher, Institute of Sociology of Federal Сenter for Applied and Theoretical research, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia socis@isras.ru

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Delanty G., Romanovskiy N.V. G. Sociology (translated by N.V. Romanovsky). Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya [Sociological Studies]. 2023. No 3. P. 91-102



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