Leading researcher of Department of methodology and methods of sociology of Institute of Sociology, UNAS
Stegnii O. Non-governmental Environmental Organizations in Ukraine – Present State and Trends of Development (By the Results of National Sociological Survey), Кyiv, 1996 (in Ukrainian). – 110 p.
Stegnii O. Regionalism in Ukraine as an Object of Sociological Study, Кyiv, 1998, (co-authored) (in Ukrainian). – 188 p.
Stegnii O. Environmentalism as a Vector of Social Development of Regions in Ukraine. In: International Cooperation – The Approach to Sustainable Communities. International Forum Proceedings. Bratislava: Academia Istropolitana, 1999. — P/42–46
Stegnii O. Electoral Research in the Ukraine // Elections in Eastern and Eastern Europe: the first wave / Hrsg.vom Wissenschaftzentrum Berlin fuer Sozialforschung, Abteilung: Insitutionen und Sozialer Wandel. Hans-Dieter Klingemann.. (eds). – Berlin: Ed.Sigma, 2000. — P.291–302
Stegnii O. Environmental Movement in Ukraine: Sociological Analysis. Kyiv, 2001(in Ukrainian). – 243 p.
Stegnii O. Conditions for Environmental Agreements in the Ukraine // Patrick ten Brink (ed.) Voluntary Environmental Agreements: Process, Practice and Future Use. London: Greenleaf Publishing, 2001. – P. 230-241
Stegnii O. The Regions in the Ukraine: Perceptions, Fears and Hopes of Population (in co- authorship) // Meier-Dallach H-P., Juchler J. (ed.) Postsocialist Transformations and Civil Society in a Globalizing World. New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc., 2002. — P.159–187
Stegnii O. Institutionalization of Environmental Interests in the Society of Sociogenic Risks. Kyiv, 2003 (in Ukrainian). - 380 p.
Stegnii O. Ukraine and the Eastern Partnership: 'Lost in Translation'?' // Eastern Partnership: A New Opportunity for the Neighbors? Ed. by E. Korosteleva. — London: Routledge, 2012. – P. 52–74.
Stegnii O. Sociological reading of Nature. Kyiv, 2012 (in Ukrainian)..- 435 p.
Stegnii O. Principles of Sustainable Development: What do the people and civil servants in Ukraine know about them? (according to the results of sociological research)— Кyiv: UNDP, 2015 (in Ukrainian). — 86 p.
Stegnij Oleksandr. Die Umweltbewegung in der Ukraine nach Tschernobyl. Retrospektive und aktueller Stand // Arndt M. (Hg.) Politik und Gesellschaft nach Tschernobyl. (Ost-) Europäische Perspektiven. — Berlin: Сh. Links Verlag, 2016. — S.53–77.
In 1985 graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, specializing in "historian, teacher of history and social science".
In 1990, at Uzhgorod State University, defended his Ph.D. thesis on the topic "The struggle of progressive youth organizations of the Federal Republic of Germany for the social and economic rights of working and student youth (the second half of the 70's - the middle of the 80's)" with the award of the degree of andidate of historical sciences. In 2003, at the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine defended his doctoral dissertation on the topic "Institutionalization of ecological interests in society of sociogenic risks" with the awarding of the degree of doctor of sociological sciences in specialty 22.00.04 - special and branch sociology. In the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
has been working since 1998. At the moment is a leading researcher in the department of history, theory and methodology of sociology. Chairman of the Research Committee on Environmental Sociology of the Sociological Association of Ukraine (since 2007). Member of the Research Committee 24 "Society and the Environment" of the International Sociological Association (since 2008). Participant in many international scientific sociological projects, among them:
International Project “New regional Environment Center(s) for Countries beyond the Mandate of the REC Budapest”, conducted by Regional Environmental Center of Central and Eastern Europe in Budapest particularly in Ukraine, Moldova Russia. (May– August 1995); Project “Regions in Ukraine: Dynamics, Movements and Politics”, sponsored by INTAS, July 1995 – December 1997; International Project “The International Environmental Monitor. Global Public Opinion on the Environment”. One took part in the research tools development, manages the survey in Ukraine and prepared the analytical reference. December 1996 – March 1997; Preparing of Questionnaire and Analytical Report for Environmental Issues of nternational Survey “Millennium Survey” conducted in September-October 1999 under coordination of
Gallup International Association. Web-site: www.gallup-international.com; International Project “The Comparative Analysis of Charismatic Political Leadership in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine: its emergence, mobilization and sustainability” sponsored by INTAS, May 2000 — May 2002.; ESRC founded Project “Europeanising or Securitising the Outsiders? Assessing the EU’s partnership-building approach with Eastern Europe” (RES-061- 25-0001), (2008-2009); National Project “Integrating Rio Conventions Provisions into Ukraine’s National Policy Framework”. GEF/UNDP A baseline survey of government staff’s and public awareness of Rio Conventions. (April - December 2014).
Sphere of scientific interests: sociology of the environment; sociology of public opinion; methodology of sociology.