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SOURCE:    Manuscript. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 7. P. 106-110.
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Slobodskaya Anastasiya Valer'evna
National Research Tomsk State University

Submitted: 21.05.2018
Abstract. The article is devoted to the study of the specificity of making scientific and teaching staff in higher education a part of the precariat. It is shown that the reason for the precarization of the representatives of this social and professional group is the transfer of the principles of private business conducting to the public sector. Transformations, taking place in the system of higher education, in aggregate, lead to the inclusion of two social groups in the precariat: young educated individuals and academic workers. Particular attention is paid to the empirical study of the academic precariat formation by the example of the staff of higher education establishments in Tomsk.
Key words and phrases: прекариат, академический прекариат, прекариатизация, социально-профессиональные группы, высшее образование, наука, precariat, academic precariat, precarization, social and professional groups, higher education, science
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