Books (authored/edited)
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“The Future of Belarus. Views of Independent experts”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev

St.-Petersburg, “Nevski Prostor”, 2012, 534 pp. (Russian)

The book represents views of leading national and foreign independent experts on the future of Belarus, based on an analysis of the key problems of its modern development: the formation of national identity, political and social-economic development, and geopolitical self-determination. 

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“Youth and Civil Society in Belarus: New Generation”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev

St.-Petersburg, “Nevski Prostor”, 2011, 346 pp. (Russian)

This book continues experience a previous book “Youth and Civil Society: Belarusian Variant” published by IISEPS in 1999, and analyzes youth developments

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Oleg Manaev. “Emerging of Civil Society in Independent Belarus. Sociological Experiences: 2006-2010”. Vol. III.

St.-Petersburg, “Nevski Prostor”, 2011, 672 pp. (Russian)

A new book by Prof. Oleg Manaev continues tradition of previous books (“Sociological Experiences” of 1991-2000 and 2001-2005″). It is not a common publicism, but original mixtures of journalism with social researches and analysis. READ

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“Labor market and labor relations for women and young people in Belarus”

Ed. by Oleg Manaev and Alexander Yaroshuk

Minsk, Belarusian Congress of Democratic Trade Unions, 2011, 72 pp. (Russian)

This brochure presents the results of IISEPS comprehensive study of labor market and labor relations for women and young people in Belarus.

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“Belarus and “Wide Europe”: Quest for Geopolitical Self-determination”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev

Novosibirsk, “Vodoley”, 2007, 440 pp. (Russian)

Analysis of geopolitical self-determination which Belarus currently undergoes is the main target of this book. Its authors make an attempt to answer the question “Where are we going?” and examine geopolitical alternatives for this country.
 

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“Presidential Election in Belarus: from Limited Democracy to Unlimited Authoritarianism (1994-2006)”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev

Novosibirsk, “Vodoley”, 2006, 548 pp. (Russian)

Analysis of presidential elections in this country as well as various documents showing the most important facts and conclusions presented in this book cover the years 1994-2006 and let the reader trace transformation of not only elections but the society and the state in general.
 

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“Independent Research in Independent Belarus: Fighting for Reality” 
Ed. by Oleg Manaev.

Novosibirsk, “Vodoley”, 2004, 414 pp. (Russian)

The Book’s general idea is to show and to argue a principle differences, advantages and disadvantages between the state-run and independent social research in a Post-communist society in case of Belarus.
 

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Oleg Manaev. “Emerging of Civil Society in Independent Belarus. Sociological experience: 1991-2000”. Vol. II

Riga, “Layma”, 2005, 784 pp. (Russian)

The second book includes author's publications in press in 2001-2005. It is not a common publicism, but original mixtures of journalism with social researches and analysis. READ

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“Recent Developments in Belarusian Politics, Society, and Media”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev

Dortmund. Dortmund University Press, 2004, 52 pp. (English) 

This collection of articles presents comparative analysis of recent developments in Belarusian politics, society, and media from the international perspectives. 

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Oleg Manaev. “Mass Media in Belarus”

Dortmund. Dortmund University Press, 2003, 63 pp. (English) 

The book analyses the mass media system in the Republic of Belarus, its peculiarities and prospects. This analysis is conducted within political, social-economic, legal, ethic, educational and sociological aspects. Most of the chapters include various statistic and original sociological data from different sources.

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“Belarus: On the Way to the Third Millennium” 
Ed. by Leonid Zaiko

Мinsk, Belarusian Think Tanks, FilServplus, 2001, 244 pp. (Russian)

The book represents the results of cooperation of independent research and analytical centers united in public association “Belarusian Think Tanks”.

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Oleg Manaev. “Emerging of Civil Society in Independent Belarus. Sociological Experience: 1991-2000”

Minsk, FilServplus, 2000, 626 pp. (Russian)

The book includes author’s publications in press in 1991-2000. It is not a common publicism, but original mixtures of journalism with social researches and analysis. READ
 

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“Belarusian Think Tanks”. A Comprehensive Directory of Independent Research and Analytic Centers in Belarus. Third revised edition
Ed. by Oleg Manaev. 

Minsk, BTT, 2000, 121 pp. (Russian/English)

Third volume of directory, corrected and supplemented, includes detailed information about leading independent research and analytical centers in Belarus.

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“Youth and Civil Society: a Belarusian Case”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev

Minsk, V. M. Skakun Publishing House, 1999, 284 pp. (Russian)

This book summarises the results of various research procedures conducted by Independent Institute of Socio-Economic & Political Studies in 1998-1999 (national public opinion poll, interview with experts and policymakers, interview with leaders and activists of main youth associations).
 

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“Guide for Teaching New Specialty Information and Communication”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev at all

Minsk, Belarus State University Publications, 1997, Vol. I-III, 605 pp. (Russian)

This unique guide provides collection of scholarly articles, syllabuses, and translated chapters of famous books on media and communication from the international perspectives to faculty and students of the new Department of Information and Communication at the Belarus State University.

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“Media in Transition: From Totalitarianism to Democracy”
Ed. by Оleg Manaev and Yuri Pryliuk

 Мinsk, IISEPS – Kiev, ABRIS, 1993, 292 pp. (English)

The book is a unique example of comparative analysis of problems of mass media, state and audience interaction in transitional societies from the international perspectives. 

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“Interaction of Media, Society and the State Authorities in Democratization Process”
Ed. by Albert Yelsoukov and Oleg Manaev

Minsk, Belarus State University Publications, 1991, 150 pp. (Russian/English)

The unique collection of theses presents comparative analysis of interaction of mass media, society and the state authorities in democratization process from the international perspectives. 

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“Youth and Democratization of Soviet Society: Sociological Analysis”
Ed. by Sergey Shavel’ and Oleg Manaev

Minsk, Nauka and Tekhnika, 1990, 135 pp. (Russian)

This book presents comparative analysis of youth problems in the context of democratization of the Soviet society. 

 

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“Sociological Studies”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev at all

Minsk, Belarus State University Publications, 1988, 100 pp. (Russian)

This book presents description of various research projects conducted by the Problem Laboratory of Sociological Studies at the Belarus State University in 1979-1988.

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“Effectiveness of Mass Media”
Ed. by Georgy Daviduk and Valery Korobeynikov

Minsk, Nauka Publishing House, 1986, 160 pp. (Russian) 

The book presents comparative analysis of mass media effectiveness from different theoretical, methodological and research data perspectives.

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“Problems of Mass Media Effectiveness”
Ed. by Oleg Manaev at all

Minsk, Belarus State University Publications, 1981, Vol. I-II, 270 pp. (Russian)

The collection of theses of the All-Union conference presents various concepts, methodologies and data on mass media effectiveness from leading research centers of the Soviet Union.