Adapting regional strategies to the new non-resource export development target
... non-energy export targets in regional strategies (the targets are expected to serve as an institutional factor prompting economic diversification). This research is exploratory; methodologically, it stands out for using qualitative and quantitative content analysis with elements of computer-assisted frequency analysis of legislative acts and regulations. The study classifies, for the first time, the non-resource non-energy export targets, contributing to the regional export strategy theory. Analysis of ...
Kanishchev V. V., Baranova E. V., Zhukov D. S.
... presents the results of the quantification analysis of urban riots (pogroms) of 1917—1918. The objects of the study are cities of the Russian Empire (Republic) located on the territory of modern Russia. The initial data was obtained through the content analysis of published and archival sources. The authors examined more than 600 events. The results of the study are the main quantitative parameters of the rebel movement: action forms, the composition of participants, requirements, etc. The largest number ...
Competence in social assistance: analysis of the expectations of young people
The article describes the results of empirical research of the system of ex-pectations that are associated with a person having a high level of competence in the prosocial cooperation. The method of structured interview followed by a content analysis of the 5 categories revealed the expectations of young people which are part of the preparedness for prosocial activity. The study presents the elements of technology aimed at expectations formation by enhancing global social identity, the prediction ...
Geography of "digital footprints" of Kaliningrad citizens in the border regions of Poland and Lithuania: results of content analysis
... Lithuanian Kaunas, Klaipeda, are represented in all five thematic categories of requests in the areas of cross-border interactions.
Mikhailova A.A., Hvaley D.V.
digitalization, digital space, border region, cross-border mobility, internet, content analysis, computational social science