Citizenry preserving as a factor of social policy in the conditions of the Russian statehood consolidation
The article is devoted to citizenry preserving as one of the key purposes of social policy in the conditions of the Russian statehood consolidation. The author believes that this policy should have correctly formulated purposes, to be adequate to the developed conditions of life activity and to reflect objectively the requirements of social development. Basing on the results of the study the conclusion is drawn that definition of the idea of citizenry preserving as the main objective of social policy of the Russian state gives a systematic and sense-making character to the social policy as a whole, it contributes to sustainable development of the Russian society in the 21st century.
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Semenova I. Citizenry preserving as a factor of social policy in the conditions of the Russian statehood consolidation [Electronic resource] // Oeconomia et Jus. – 2018. – №2. P. 49-54. – URL: http://oecomia-et-jus.ru/en/single/2018/2/6/.