16.09.2003
“Russian Soul” and Economic Modernization
№3 2003 July/September

1 Occidentalists
and Nationalists: Is Dialog Possible? Discussion Materials. Moscow:
OGI, 2003. – Russ. Ed.

2 V.O.
Klyuchevsky. Works. Moscow: Gospolitizdat, 1956, Vol. 1, pp.
313-314. – Russ. Ed.

3 N.O. Lossky. The
Character of The Russian Nation. Posev, 1957, p. 56. –Russ.
Ed.

4 S. Hakamada.
Self-Organization and Spontaneity: A Comparative
Social-Psychological Analysis of Japan and Russia. SOCIS, 1999, No.
4. – Russ. Ed.

5 Yu. A. Levada.
From Opinion to Understanding. Moscow, Library of the Moscow School
of Political Research, 2000. – Russ. Ed.

6 N.I. Lapin.
Feelings and Aspirations of the Russian Citizens: An Analytical
Report. Moscow, 2002.

7 Shalom H.
Schwartz. Universals in the Content and Structure of Values:
Theoretical Advances and Empirical Tests in 20 Countries. In: M.P.
Zanna (ed.). Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. Orlando,
Fl.: Academic, 1992.

8 N.M. Lebedeva.
Russian People’s Basic Values at the Turn of the 21st Century.
Psikhologichesky Zhurnal, 2000, No. 3.

9
Occidentalists…

10 Arnold
Toynbee. A Study of History (cited by Russian edition. Moscow, Iris
Press, 2002).

11 
Lawrence E. Harrison. Who Prospers? How Cultural Values Shape
Economic and Political Success. Translated into Russian. 2002
(pre-print).

12  The
Economist
, January 11, 2003, p. 33.