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Gavrov Sergey Nazipovich (Russian: Гавров Сергей Назипович, 1964, Gorky, USSR) – Russian philosopher, social anthropologist, a political scientist. Doctor of Philosophy. Russian specialist in the field of social modernization non societies. Doctoral thesis defended on religious, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of culture. Thesis - "modernization processes in Russia: socio-cultural aspects." Professor of Sociology and Social Anthropology MGUDT. Senior Research Fellow sector social processes and systems of the Russian Institute for Cultural Research. Author of several books on the problems of modernization, intercultural, imperial and colonial studies, and over one hundred scientific articles [[1]]. A member of the editorial board of the journals Personality. Culture. Community(Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences) and the «Psychology elite», as well as the Commission To study the complex problems of human culture and society, acting under the Board of the Russian Academy of Sciences The history of world culture. In the area of scientific interest - the problem of modernization of transformations in different hypostasis, including political, demographic, educational, social and cultural as well as the philosophy of education. Professor Gavrov included in the summary recommendation list of Russian scientists and politicians, best reflected in their political life in Russia in 1994-2003 years. Worldcat. Russian Politics [[2]]. A member of the Writers' Union in Moscow[3], the most prominent members of the Union - Andrei Voznesensky, Bella Akhmadulina, Vladimir Voinovich, Rimma Kazakova ...

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I. Sotsiokulturnye tradition and modernization of the Russian society. Moscow, 2002.

II. National culture and social modernization. Moscow, 2003.

III. Modernization of the Empire. Social and cultural aspects of modernization processes in Russia. Moscow, 2004.

IV. Modernization of Russia: postimpersky transit. Nebraska, 2009.

V. Modernization of the family: makrosotsiologichesky analysis. Moscow, 2009.


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