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Title of the article Single-Industry Towns of Khakassia: Social Well-Being of the Population
Pages 53-61
Author Lushnikova Olga LeonidovnaLushnikova Olga Leonidovna
PhD in sociology, senior research fellow
Khakass Research Institute of Language, Literature and History
23, Shchetinkina Street, Abakan, Russia, 655017
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Abstract The article explores the social well-being of population of single-industry towns and the capital city of Khakassia. The article is based on the materials of a sociological survey of 2018 in urban settlements of the region. Population of single-industry towns is more positive emotional mood and, in general, they are more satisfied with their lives. At the same time, the population of single-industry territories has lower assessment of economic situation, of authorities and local institutions and departments. Despite this, residents of single-industry towns express optimistic expectations for their future. However, comparison with the population of regional capital city revealed the lower social activity of residents of single-industry towns, which is most likely an indicator of low social well-being.
Code 316.334.56
DOI 10.14530/reg.2020.4.53
Keywords social well-being ♦ single-industry town ♦ urban population ♦ Khakassia
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For citation Lushnikova O.L. Single-Industry Towns of Khakassia: Social Well-Being of the Population. Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2020. Vol. 7. No. 4. Pp. 53–61. (In Russian)
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