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- 2015-2017 – Master: Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences, M.A. in Sociology
- 2015-2017 – Master: University of Manchester (Joint program with Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences), M.A. in Sociology
- 2011-2015 – Bachelor: National Research University – Higher School of Economics. Faculty: Sociology
- Family studies
- Methodology of social sciences
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Goleva Mariia. 2019. "Tipologia dei percorsi che portano alla famiglia numerosa: il caso delle grandi famiglie nella Russia contemporanea." La bellezza della famiglia in Italia e in Russia: problemi e soluzioni, 84-93, ISBN 978-88-98080-30-4. Pharus Editore Librario. Livorno, Italia.
Goleva Mariia. 2019. "Social Meaning of Time in a Family with Children (a Case Study of Large Families)." Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes, 3, 239-260.
Goleva Mariia. 2019. "The Effects of Social Network on Fertility: The Case of Large Families in Russia." Journal of Economic Sociology, vol. 20, no 3, 136-163, doi: 10.17323/1726-3247-2019-3-136-163.
Goleva Mariia. 2019. "The Social Meaning of Time in Family with Children: The Case of Russian Large Families." Paper presented at Paper presented at the 14th Conference of the European Sociological Association. August 20-23, 2019. Abstract book. ISBN 978-2-9569087-0-8: 342.
Moscatelli Matteo, Pavlyutkin Ivan, Goleva Mariia, Carra Elisabetta. 2019. "In Search of Relational Reflexivity at the Early Years of Marriage. A Comparative Study on Family Formation in Moscow and Milan." Paper presented at Paper presented at the 14th Conference of the European Sociological Association. August 20-23, 2019. Abstract book, ISBN 978-2-9569087-0-8: 310.
Pavlyutkin Ivan, Goleva Mariia. 2017. "Where do Large Families Come From? Determinants of Large Families’ formation in Russian cities." Paper presented at Paper presented at 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association "(Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities". Abstract book, ISSN 2522-2562. 29 August - 1 September, 2017. 391-392.