The individual research project ‘Toennies-Weber-Kovalevski-Sorokin: Early Contacts of Sociologists of Russia and Germany’, conducted by Nikolay Golovin, Faculty of Sociology, St Petersburg University, was designed in order to study unknown and little-known scientific ties between Russian and German sociological communities of late 19th – early 20th centuries. The research aimed at providing more conceptual understanding of the development of the sociology of both countries and its influence on modern social science. Nikolay undertook a thorough work in archives of the German Sociological Society and in the library of the University of Konstanz. The collected material allowed preparing four articles published in peer-reviewed journals cited in Scopus, Web of Science, and other databases.
- Nikolay Golovin, Faculty of Sociology, St Petersburg University
- Golovin, N. A. (2019). Max Weber and the Great War: Personal Opinions and Essays as Historical Sociology. Russian Sociological Review (Sotsiologicheskoe Obozrenie), 18 (2), 138–145.
- Golovin, N.A. (2019). Jurgen Habermas on the Powers of Social Communication: the 90th Anniversary of the German Sociologist. Sociological Studies, 6, 15-25.
- Golovin, N.A. (2019). Ferdinand Tönnies and Karl Marx: About the Beginning of Marxism Academic Study. Sociological Studies, 8, 114-123.
- Golovin, N. A. (2019). Barriers of the Reception of Niklas Luhmann’s Communicative Sociology. Communications. Media. Design, 3(4), 68-84.