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MEDIA PUBLICATIONS IN 2002

Koktysh Alexander. “IISEPS: Ten Years of Freedom” (Part I), Svobodnye Novosty, January 4-18 (russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “IISEPS: Ten Years of Freedom” (Part II), Svobodnye Novosty, January 17-25 (russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “IISEPS: Ten Years of Freedom” (Part III), Svobodnye Novosty, January 24-31 (russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “Ten Years of the Institute and Society”, Belaruskaya Maladziozhnaya, January 25 – February 1 (russian)
Martinovich Viktor. “Ten Years with No Right for Correspondence”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, January 28 (russian)
Dorokhov Vladimir. “We Are in the World. Virtual”, Delo, N 1 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Separate Monarchy”, Belorussky Rynok, January 28 – February 3 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “A Whole Epoch Has Passed”, Belorussky Rynok, January 28 – February 3 (russian)
Drygailo Dmitry. “The First “Think Tank”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, January 31 (russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “IISEPS: Ten Years of Freedom” (Part IV), Svobodnye Novosty, January 31 – February 7 (russian)
Bogdankevich Stanislav. “Paradoxes of Public Consciousness”, Svobodnye Novosty, January 31 – February 7 (russian)
Martovskaya Svetlana. “Mirror of National Standarts”, Den, January 31 (russian)
Pavlova Elizaveta. “Oleg Manaev: “Ten Years We Are Fighting for the Right on Independent Judgement”, Izvestia, February 1 (russian)
Antsypovich Volga. “Alyaksandr Sasnow: “We Work for Belarusian Society”, Belarusky Chas, February 1 (belarusian)
Monastyrsky Sergey. “By IISEPS’ Eyes”, Rabochy, February 1-7 (russian)
Lyashkevich Anna. “Oleg Manaev: “Belarusians Do Not Feel the Thirst for Life”, Komsomolskaya Pravda v Belorussii, February 1-8 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Prohibition on Sociology?”, Belorussky Rynok, February 4-10 (russian)
IISEPS. “Presidential Campaign in the Mirror of Sociology”, Rabochaya Solidarnost, February 4-10 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “IISEPS: Ten Years of Strife for the Right on Independent Judgement”, Belarus Today, February 4
Lursis Anfisa. “Independence of Scientists – Luxury for Belarus?”, Den, February 7 (russian)
Nevyarowski Algerd. “The Ambassador of the USA Michael Kozak stated to protect Independent Research Centers”, Radio “Liberty”, February 8 (belarusian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Trolleybus “Belarus”, Belorussky Rynok, February 11-17 (russian)
Potiomkin Yury. “Oleg Manaev: “The Clever Authority Always Bores Sources of the Alternative Information”, Belapan, February 11 (russian)
Sdvizhkov Alexander. “А and B Are Sitting on the Pipe”, Zgoda, February 15-22 (russian)
Koktysh Marina. “The Tank-Romantic Oleg Manaev”, Narodnaya Vola, February 16 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “The Dumb among the Deaf”, Natcionalnaya Economicheskaya Gazeta, February 22 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Critical Mass” of Middle Class Preserve from an Explosion. We Don’t Have Such a “Lock”, Delo, N 2 (russian)
Manenok Tatiana. “Alyaksandr Sasnow: “Still There Are No Real Business Associations in Belarus”, Belorussky Rynok, February 25 – March 3 (russian)
Manenok Tatiana. “Businessmen Want to Be Lobbyists. Why Don’t They Succeed?” Izvestya, March 1 (russian)
Lebedev Vladimir. “For the Regions” Svobodnye Novosty, March 7-14 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Business and society: from indifference to interaction” Natcionalnaya Economicheskaya Gazeta, March 15 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Image of a Businessman Is a Hostage of Attitudes. Sometimes Momentary” Delo, N 3 (russian)
Sdvizhkov Alexander. “Belarusian Stagnation: No the Plan Niether the Market” Zgoda, March 22-29 (russian)
Sdvizhkov Alexander. “In Search for the Third Power”, Zgoda, April 26 – May 2 (russian)
Martovskaya Svetlana. “To Escape the Fear. What is Belarusian Society Today? What Does it Live for and Where Does it Moves to?”, Den, April 30 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Belarusian Population’s View about the Government’s Social Policy”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 44 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “29 Percent of Interviewed Belarusians Trust OSCE AMG”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 44 (russian)
IISEPS. “63 Percents of Interviewed Belarusians Think It Is Acceptable to Criticise President’s and Government’s Policy”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 44 (russian)
IISEPS. “Collapse. For the First During Lukashenko’s Governing His Rating Falls to 30 Percent”, Narodnaya Volya, May 4 (russian)
IISEPS. “Lukashenko’s Rating Falling – Poll”, Belarus Today, May 6
Martinovich Viktor. “Has Already Toiled. Alexander Lukashenko Raiting – 30.9%”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, May 6 (russian)
Bykowsky Pawliuk. “Patience Comes to an End. There Are Already Half a Million of “Deceived Investors”, Belorussky Rynok, May 6-12 (russian)
IISEPS. “April Collapse. For the First Time Alexander Lukashenko’s Rating Falls to 30%”, Brestsky Kurier, May 8-15 (russian)
Sdvizhkov Alexander. “Old New Integration”, Zgoda, May 17-24 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “AMG OSCE in Belarus: mission impossible?”, Narodnaya Volya, May 18 (russian)
IISEPS. “Collapse”, Belarus Today, May 20
Martovskaya Svetlana. “Life impossible?”, Den, May 21 (russian)
IISEPS. “In the search of lost alternetive”, Narodnaya Volya, May 22 (russian)
Martovskaya Svetlana. “Whom to lean against?”, Den, May 23 (russian)
Martovskaya Svetlana. “What we’ve sawn, that we reap”, Den, May 23 (russian)
IISEPS. “The risk of poverty doesn’t lead belarusians on the barricade”, Brestsky Kurier, May 23-29 (russian)
IISEPS. “68 Percent of Belarusians Intend to Vote at Local Elections in Spring of 2003”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 45 (russian)
IISEPS. “71 Percent of Belarusians Agree That NGOs Can Be Financially Assisted by Foreign Countries and International Community”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 45 (russian)
IISEPS. “Belarusians Prefer to Watch Russian TV”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 45 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Then One Half of Belarusians Believe That the Economic Situation in the Country Got Worse in the Past Year”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 45 (russian)
IISEPS. “49 Percent of Belarusians Think That Belarus-Russia Union Is Still a Mere Declaration of Intentions”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 45 (russian)
Pulsha Sergey. “God Yeild More Different Countries…But don’t Lose Your Own One”, Belaruskaya Maladziozhnaya, May 24 – June 2 (russian)
Rabchuk Yury. “Has Anyone Ordered Rating? Mechanism of Suffocation of Independent Sociology”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, June 6 (russian)
IISEPS. “The Reach Live in Minsk or Brest, the Poor – Everywhere”, Chyrvonaya Zmena, June 7 (belarusian)
IISEPS. “The Reach and the Poor”, Natsionalnaya Economicheskaya Gazeta, June 7 (russian)
Babak Volga. “They Want to “Regulate” the Belarusian Sociologists?”, Radio “Racya”, June 8 (belarusian)
IISEPS. “Sluggish Integration Can Become Irreversible”, Brestsky Kurier, June 13-19 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “The Mine for the Think Tanks”, Svobodnye Novosty, June 13-20 (russian)
Skrebets Yury. “Not to Let “the Public Opinion” Go. The State Widens the Sphere of Regulation”, Trud v Belarusi, June 14 (russian)
Drygailo Dmitry. “Where will New President Come from? Elite, Democrates, Electorat – Nutrient Broth for the Future Leader of the Country”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, June 14 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Cief Scientist” Created Committee for Sociology Supervision”, Belorussky Rynok, June 17-23 (russian)
“Russia Is Not Satisfied with Lukashenko’s Political Course” – Sociologists Consider”, Interfax, June 18 (russian)
IISEPS. “Fears and Sympathies. The Belarusians Demonstrate Less Fear of NATO and Sympathize More with Democratic Political Leaders”, Belarus Today, June 18-24
Antonova-Melyanovich Tatiana. “Terra Incognita?How do We Look Like in the Mirror of Sociology and What do We Want”, Trud-7, June 26 (russian)
Roitman Lev. “President Putin to President Lukashenko: Take Down a Peg!”, Radio “Liberty”, June 28 (russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “The Fifth Element” for Belarus”, Svobodnye Novosty, July 11-18 (russian)
Koktysh Alexander. “Second Wind of Our Parties?”, Svobodnye Novosty, July 25 – August 1 (russian)
Rabchuk Jury. “The Calm before Storm”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, August 14 (russian)
Volchkov Vladimir. “One Third of Internet Users Lives in the Capital”, Chelovek & Internet, August 19 (russian)
Zayats Dmitry. “They Wanted to Put Him to a Prison because of His Eager to Be a Journalist”, Abazhur, № 19-20 (russian)
IISEPS. “Do Believe, Do not Believe… Deficit of Objective Information Leads to Decrease or Trust to the Press”, Abazhur, № 19-20 (russian)
Tomashevskaya Olga. “Lukashenko Lost the Support”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, August 27 (russian)
Nevyarousky Algerd. “Government Has Taken the Sociology Under Its Control”, Radio “Liberty”, September 4 (belarusian)
Dmitriev Sergey. “There Are Already 1.5 Millions of Internet Users”, Komputernye Vesty, September 5 (russian)
Chuyasov Vitaly. “Masses Can, Heads Don’t Want”, “Argumenty i Fakty” Internet”, September 11 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “Belarus – Russia: Electoral Resources of the Integration”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, September 19-26 (russian)
Kalinousky Valer. “Lukashenko’s Rating Keeps Falling”, Раdio “Liberty”, September 25 (belarusian)
Potiomkin Jury. “Lukashenko’s Rating Has Decreased – by the Results of IISEPS Poll”, “Belapan”, September 25 (russian)
“Lukashenko Is Not Popular in Belarus”, “Rosbalt”, September 26 (russian)
“Lukachenko’s Rating Breaks the Records of Its Decrease”, Раdio “Liberty”, September 26 (russian)
IISEPS. “Collapse. Lukashenko’s Rating Continue to Fall”, Narodnaya Volya, September 26 (russian)
“Majority of Belarusians Are Not Ready to Change the Constitution – the Results of the Poll”, “Interfax”, September 26 (russian)
Klaskovsky Alexander. “Rating Falls. On Sociologists’ Heads”, Belorusskie Novosty, September 26 (russian)
Tomashevskaya Olga. “Lukashenko Comes to the Threshold”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, September 26 (russian)
Alexandrovich Andrej. “Weighs on the Justice Balance”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, September 27 (russian)
IISEPS. “Can Belarusians Expect Improvement of Life?”, Narodnaya Volya, September 28 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Belarusians Believe Economic Situation in the Country Is Worsening”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 49 (russian)
IISEPS. “49 Percent of Interviewed Belarusians Support EU-Style Integration for Belarus and Russia”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 49 (russian)
IISEPS. “Most Interviewed Belarusians Believe All Religions in the Country Should Have Equel Rights”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 49 (russian)
IISEPS. “Aleksandr Lukashenko’s Rating Amount to 27 Percent at Present”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 49 (russian)
Dorokhov Vladimir. “Belarusians Are Ready to Vote for Putin”, “Expert”, September 30 (russian)
Raskolnikov Rodion. “Lukashenko Loses One Percent a Month”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, September 30 (russian)
Martinovich Viktor “Choose the Poll. While It Is Still Permitted”, Belorusskaya Gazeta, September 30 (russian)
“In Hard Times Lukashenko Recalls the Forces”, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, September 30 (russian)
Skuratovich Konstantin. “Didn’t Akella Miss! Popularity Falls to the Dangerous Threshold”, Belorussky Rynok, September 30 – October 6 (russian)
IISEPS. “Do Belarusians Want to the West?”, Narodnaya Volya, October 1 (russian)
Tomashevskaya Olga. “There Is Still No Successor. Lukashenko’s Rating Is Falling but Nobody Can Become His Rival”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, October 1 (russian)
IISEPS. “Majority of Belarusians Stand Up for Parity of Religions”, Belarus Today, October 1-7
Ulan Natalya. “Half of the Belarusians Lives under the Poverty Line”, Izvestiya, October 2 (russian)
“Whome to Fraternize with?”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, October 2 (russian)
Sdvizhkov Alexander. “President of the Minority”, Zgoda, October 4-11 (russian)
Tulkevich Jan. “Belarus-Russia Integration Crisis Deepens”, Belarus Today, October 8-21
IISEPS. “Can Belarusians Expect Impruvement of Living Standard?”, Belarus Today, October 8-21
IISEPS. “Chances Of Alternative”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 10-17 (russian)
Makovets Alexey. “Christianisation Plus Secularization”, Zgoda, October 11-18 (russian)
“Emigration of a New Generation: to Like-minded and Coreligionists”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, October 15 (russian)
IISEPS. “Elections to Local Councils – Spiral of Silence Untwines”, Belarus Today, October 15-29
Drakokhrust Yury. “If You Knew…”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, October 17-24 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “What Do We Worry about?”, Natsionalnaya Economicheskaya Gazeta, October 18 (russian)
Makovets Alexey. “We Should Go!”, Zgoda, October 18-25 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “What Will Expect Belarusians in the Future?”, Natsionalnaya Economicheskaya Gazeta, October 22 (russian)
Makovets Alexey. “Creeping Capitalism”, Zgoda, October 25-31 (russian)
Sasnow Alyaksandr. “Will the Business Help Us?”, Natsionalnaya Economicheskaya Gazeta, October 25 (russian)
Manaev Oleg. “49 Percent of Interviewed Belarusians Support EUtype Model for Belarus-Russia Integration”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 50 (russian)
IISEPS. “49 Percent of Interviewed Belarusians Believe the Country’s Development Follows a Wrong Direction”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 50 (russian)
IISEPS. “More Than 80 Percent of Interviewed Belarusians Do Not Know a Person Who Could Compete with Aleksandr Lukashenko at Next Presidential Election”,Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 50 (russian)
Makovets Alexey. “Hopes for Myself”, Zgoda, November 1-8 (russian)
Drabchuk Ales. “What Do Belarusians Worry About?”, Narodnaya Volya, November 6 (russian)
Tsygankow Vitaly. “Majority of the Belarusian Political Elite Is Against the Third Lukashenko’s Presidency”, Radio “Liberty”, November 27 (belarusian)
Lebedev Vladimir. “Elite Is Against the Third Term and Is For the Union With the Europe”, Svobodnye Novosty Plus, November 28 – December 5 (russian)
IISEPS. “The Nomenclature Is Against the Third Term of the Lukashenko’s Presidency”, Narodnaya Volya, November 29 (russian)
Drygailo Dmitry. “Everybody Wants to the European Union”, Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta, December 3 (russian)
Daneyko Elena. “Without Any Jokes and Cunning. Belarusian President Goes to the Third Term”, Izvestiya, December 3 (russian)
Sdvizhkov Alexander. “Economic Sociology”, Zgoda, December 6-13 (russian)
IISEPS. “83 Percent of Interviewed Experts Believe Aleksandr Lukashenko Will Try to Run for Third Term”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 51 (russian)
IISEPS. “Most Experts Stand up for Large-Scale Economic Reform in Belarus”, Sociological Bulletin BELAPAN “Zerkalo”, N 51 (russian)