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Tatyana V. Burak

Tatyana V. BurakTatyana V. Burak
Candidate of Sociology, Associate professor

Biography:

She was born on November 22, 1973 in Slutsk, Minsk district. In 1996 she graduated from the Philosophy and Economics Department of the Belarusian State University with a specialization of sociology.

Since 2008 - she is an applicant for the Department of Sociology. Educational activity: lecturer at the Sociology Department of BSU, senior lecturer (2008-2009), associate professor at the Sociology Department (since 2009). In 2009 she successfully defended a Candidate's thesis at sociology.

Sphere of scientific interests: process of formation and evolution of sociology, peculiarities of development of modern foreign sociology, succession of the classical and modern sociological paradigms, analysis of daily routine conceptions in the view of history of sociology, stigmatized groups research.

Major works:

1. Analysis of the Frame Structured Conversation in Accordance with Erving Goffman's theory. 2007. - "Vesnik BDU" №1 - 83 - 87p.

2. "Social Situation" and "Frame": Interactionist and Structuralist Approaches to Analysis of Everyday Life/ Philosophy and social sciences. - 2007. №1, p. 43-46

3. Pattern of the Interactional Sequence in Erving Goffman Research / Humanitarian and economic bulletin - 2007. - № 2. P. 62-68.

4. Interpretation of Everyday Conversation - Everyday interpretation: succession of the social research / Scientific articles for the 20th anniversary of the Sociology Department / under the scientific editorship of A.N.Danilov, A.N. Elsucov, D.K. Beznyuk; BSU. - Minsk: Law and economic, 2009 p. 310 - 316

5. Risk Factors at the Behaviour of men Having Sex With Men (in appraisal of social milieu) / Factors, contributing to venturesome behaviour of men, who have sex with men. The report on sociological survey results. CISS, MMC "Vstrecha". - Minsk, 2010. p. 8 - 14

6. In Search of Daily Life: Review of Modern Sociological Conceptions. / Sociology. Minsk, 2010. - № 2. P. 105-115

7. Daily Routine Analysis in Modern Theories of German Sociology / Problems of the Human in the Contemporary Humanities and Social Sciences: materials of the international theoretical and practical seminar, Vitebsk, May 14th, 2010. p 224 - 226.