Фабрикант Маргарита Сауловна

Marharyta S. Fabrykant

Senior Lecturer

Department of Psychology

Kalvaryiskaia str. 9, room 428 Minsk Republic of Belarus 220004

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Main Publications in English

Scopus and WoS indexed articles

  1. Buhr, R. The measure of a nation: Lithuanian identity in the new century / R. Buhr, M. Fabrykant, S.  Hoffman // Journal of Baltic Studies. – 2014. – Vol. 45, № 2. –  143 – 168.
  2. Fabrykant, M. Small state imperialism: the place of empire in contemporary nationalist discourse / M. Fabrykant, R. Buhr //Nations and Nationalism. – 2016. – Vol. 22, №. – P. 103-122.
  3. Fabrykant, M. Grounded and normative dimensions of national pride in comparative perspective / M.Fabrykant, V.Magun // Dynamics of National Identity: Media and Societal Factors of What We Are / Ed. by P. Schmidt, J. Grimm, L. Huddy, J. Seethaler. – : Routledge, 2016. – P. 83 – 112. 
  4. Fabrykant, M.  The social security system as a source for national pride: a cross-national analysis of individual and country-level factors / M. Fabrykant // Journal of Social policy Studies. – Vol.14, №. – P. 583-596.
  5. Tregubova, N. D.  Countries versus Disciplines: Comparative Analysis of Post-Soviet Transformations in Academic Publications from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine / N. D.Tregubova, M.Fabrykant,A.  Marchenko // Comparative Sociology. – – Vol. 16, № 1. – P. 147-177.
  6. Fabrykant, M. “Do it the Russian way”: Narratives of the Russian revolution in European history textbooks / M. Fabrykant // Slavic Review. – 2017. – Vol. 76, № 3. – P. 741 – 752.
  7. Fabrykant, M. National identity in the contemporary Baltics: comparative quantitative analysis / M. Fabrykant // Journal of Baltic Studies. – Vol. 49, № 3. – P. 305 – 331. 
  8. Fabrykant, M. Dynamics of National Pride Attitudes in Post-Soviet Russia, 1996–2015 / M.Fabrykant, V.Magun // Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity. – 2019. – Vol. 47, № 1. – P. 20-37. 
  9. Fabrykant, M. Russian-speaking Belarusian Nationalism: An Ethnolinguistic Identity Without a Language? / M. Fabrykant // Europe-Asia Studies. – 2019. – Vol. 71, № 1. – P. 117- 136.
  10. Fabrykant M. Weber’s Nationalism vs. Weberian Methodological Individualism: Implications for Contemporary Social Theory / M. Fabrykant // Changing societies and personalities. Vol. 3. No. 2. P. 124-138.

Other articles

  1. Fabrykant, M. Understanding of Globalization in Narratives of National Identity: the Case of Belarus / M. Fabrykant // Societal And Political Psychology International Review. – 2010. – № 2. –55 – 63.
  2. Fabrykant, M. Macrosocial roots of ethnonationalist revival: modes of narration and value configurations / M. Fabrykant // Narratives of Ethnic Identity, Migration and Politics. The Multidisciplinary Perspective / Eds. M. Banaś, M. Dzięglewski. – Kraków: Księgarnia akademicka, 2013. – P. 48 – 62.
  3. Fabrykant, M. Clash of Ideologies? The Nationalist Challenge to Contemporary Russian Liberalism / M. Fabrykant // The Ideology and Politics Journal. – 2013. – Vol. 2, № 4. – P. 61 – 77.
  4. Fabrykant, M. Value of (Expla) nation: Testing Modernist Theories of Nationalism / M. Fabrykant // Journal of Siberian Federal University. – 2014. – Vol. 1, № 7. – P. 152 – 168.
  5. Fabrykant, M. Why Nations Sell: Reproduction of Everyday Nationhood through Advertising in Russia and Belarus / M. Fabrykant// Informal Nationalism After Communism: The Everyday Construction of Post-Socialist Identities. – L.: IB Tauris, 2018. –  83 – 103.
  6. Fabrykant, M. The Invention of Transition: Perestroika in Belarusian History Textbooks / M. Fabrykant, A. Dudchik // When the Future Came: The Collapse of the USSR and the Emergence of National Memory in Post-Soviet History Textbooks / Li Bennich-Björkman, Sergiy Kurbatov (eds.). Ibidem Press, 2019. - P. 91-136.