Brief Information about the Department
The department is one of the biggest in the Institute of Sociology of the NAS of Ukraine. It has worked for over 30 years. It started from the Institute of Philosophy of the NAS of Ukraine. The department was the one of those which formed the Institute of Sociology.
Since its very beginning, the department was supervised by L.V.Sokhan, Member-Correspondent of the NAS of Ukraine. The main research directions have been social and psychological aspects of social events with an individual being the centre of attention.
The past decades of work resulted in a wide range of scientific research and numerous individual and collective monographs.
Department Director - Olena G. Zlobina, Doctor of Sociology.
Research Fellows of the Department:
Mycola O. Shulga, Doctor of Sociology, Principal Research Fellow
Lubov D. Bevzenko, Doctor of Sociology, Leading Research Fellow.
Natalia I. Soboleva, Doctor of Sociology, Leading Research Fellow.
Natalia L. Boiko, Doctor of Sociology, Senior Research Fellow
Maxim A. Paraschevin, Candidate of Sociology, Senior Research Fellow
Oleksandr S. Reznik, Doctor of Sociology, Principal Research Fellow
Scientific Assistance Staff:
Inna V. Lyubenko, Leading Psychologist.
Larisa I. Vinnik, Sociologe of 1st kat.
Research Projects Conducted by the Department:
Marginalization under Conditions of Transition Society. Social-Psychological and Culturological Aspects;
Millennium Boarder as Social and Psychological Phenomenon (Images of New Possibilities in the Mass Consciousness);
New Image and Symbol Space in Individual's and Mass Consciousness of Ukrainian Population;
New Area of Individual's Life under Conditions of Global Changes;
Traditions and Innovations in Social Priorities of Population of Ukraine: Social-Temporal and Social-Spatial Measuring
The Change of Lifestyles Population of Ukraine under Influencing of Social-Culture Determinants
Mass Emotional States at The Situation of Actual Social-Political Choice
Social Interests in The Dynamics of Intergroup and Interpersonality Interactions