Sarah Ashwin
Sarah Ashwin
Professor of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics
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Gender State and Society in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia
S Ashwin
Gender State and Society in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia, 1-29, 2000
4582000
Men in crisis in Russia: The role of domestic marginalization
S Ashwin, T Lytkina
Gender & Society 18 (2), 189-206, 2004
2362004
Russian workers: The anatomy of patience
S Ashwin
Manchester University Press, 1999
2151999
Russian trade unions and industrial relations in transition
S Ashwin, S Clarke
Springer, 2002
1932002
Влияние советского гендерного порядка на современное поведение в сфере занятости
S Ashwin
Социологические исследования, 63-72, 2000
120*2000
Do Russian women want to work?
S Ashwin, E Bowers
Post-Soviet Women: From the Baltic to Central Asia, 21-37, 1997
981997
Endless patience: explaining Soviet and post-Soviet social stability
S Ashwin
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 31 (2), 187-198, 1998
721998
Adapting to Russia's new labour market: gender and employment behaviour
S Ashwin
Routledge, 2004
682004
A woman is everything: The reproduction of Soviet ideals of womanhood in post-communist Russia
S Ashwin
Work, employment and transition: Restructuring livelihoods in post-communist …, 2002
462002
Redefining the collective: Russian mineworkers in transition
S Ashwin
Uncertain transition: Ethnographies of change in the Postsocialist world …, 1999
461999
Forms of collectivity in a non-monetary society
S Ashwin
Sociology 30 (1), 21-39, 1996
431996
Cherchez la femme: women as supporting actors in the Russian labour market
S Ashwin, V Yakubovich
European Sociological Review 21 (2), 149-164, 2005
412005
International labour solidarity after the cold war
S Ashwin
Athlone Press, 2000
412000
The post-Soviet gender order: Imperatives and implications
S Ashwin
Adapting to Russia’s New Labour Market: Gender and Employment Behaviour/Ed …, 2006
382006
Social partnership or a ‘complete sellout’? Russian trade unions’ responses to conflict
S Ashwin
British Journal of Industrial Relations 42 (1), 23-46, 2004
382004
The influence of the Soviet gender order on employment behavior in contemporary Russia
S Ashwin
Sociological Research 41 (1), 21-37, 2002
372002
Gendering reciprocity: solving a puzzle of nonreciprocation
S Ashwin, I Tartakovskaya, M Ilyina, T Lytkina
Gender & society 27 (3), 396-421, 2013
342013
“Behind every great man…”: the male marriage wage premium examined qualitatively
S Ashwin, O Isupova
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (1), 37-55, 2014
322014
Who benefits from networks?
I Tartakovskaya, S Ashwin
Adapting to Russia’s New Labour Market: Gender and Employment Behaviour, 164-92, 2006
272006
Dealing with devastation in Russia: Men and women compared
S Ashwin
Adapting to Russia's new labour market: Gender and employment behaviour, 1-31, 2006
252006
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