Department of Social Studies

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Social Sciences

dissident
Japan
social capital
solidarity
sense of solidarity
Comintern
politics
community
social stratum
Korea
role image
automobile industry
communist party
secondary analysis
sales
political strategy
political conflict
sociological theory
formalization
electoral system
social dilemma
Iraq
role model
Southeast Asia
fishery
self-employment
International Politics
supplier
motor vehicle
age group
human being
Group
elite
discrimination
Russia
worker
tolerance
communication
housing
China
electronics
stalinism
ideology
narrative
data network
opposition
political goal
gender
management
universalism
First World War
trend
abstraction
Islamist party
peasant
structural change
retirement
South Korea
social stratification
resident
mathematical sociology
role play
public opinion
critic
housewife
nationalism
election
marriage
symbol
rationing
social conflict
resources
regime
exile
school
weighting
citizen
USSR
economics
graduate
job history
modernization
profit
rural area
contact
customer
female labor force
sovereignty
workplace
coexistence
town
staff
cause
incident
food
labor force participation
voter
Social Mobility
income
national unity

Arts & Humanities

Moscow
1930s
Residence
Dissidents
Repatriation
Japan