The Higher School of Economics International Laboratory of Socio-Cultural Research announces a call for participation in the 4th Summer School “Designing a mixed-method research in cross-cultural psychology”.
On March 27, Professor N. M. Lebedeva, the head of the International Scientific-Educational Laboratory of Sociocultural Research at HSE, delivered a presentation as a part of «Culture matters» seminar.
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Olga Verbilovitch is a member of the Socio-Cultural Research Laboratory and a graduate student at the Department of Sociology. Olga presented her qualitative study of mutual perceptions of Russians and North-Caucasians.
Ethno-cultural features of migrants’ integration in host community: dispersed integration or enclavization
On February 6th has been held academic seminar from series "Culture Matters" with Igor Kuznetsov, senior researcher of Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences.
On January 23rd has been held academic seminar from series "Culture Matters" with Yaroslav Bakhmetiev, lecturer of Department of Political behavior, trainee researcher of the Laboratory for Political Studies.
Official delegation of HSE in November 2013 visited Tilburg University (Netherlands) and was consisted of following persons: dean of Psychology Department Vasily Klyucharev, head of International Scientific-Educational Laboratory of Socio-Cultural Research, professor Nadezhda Lebedeva, and lecturer, junior researcher of ILSCR Lusine Grigoryan.
Theoretical basics of studying socio-psychological capital of a person in changing multicultural society
On 19th of September has been held seminar from series "Culture Matters" with Alexander Tatarko, senior researcher, assistant professor of Department Organizational Psychology. He made a presentation on following topic: "Theoretical basics of studying socio-psychological capital of a person in changing multicultural society".
On 5th of December together with the Department of Organizational Psychology scientific seminar "Culture Matters" took place. As part of the seminar was a lecture by Lusine Grigoryan, a junior researcher at the laboratory, graduate student of organizational psychology, on the theme: "Informal communication and organizational loyalty: cross-cultural analysis".