Dr. Viktoriia Muliavka
Tel.: 0951-863 2662
Class inequality, protest participation, labor protection, post-socialist transformations, comparative research, and data analysis.
2023: Ph.D., Sociology, Graduate School for Social Research, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Dissertation Project – Regional Gap in Protest Participation between Working Classes in Central Eastern and Western Europe: Class Composition, Social Redistribution, and Mobilization Capacity
Supervisors - Professor Jan Kubik, Dr. Kateřina Vráblíková
2018: M.A., Economy and Society (with merit), Lancaster University, Graduate School for Social Research
2015: B.A., Sociology (with honours), National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Muliavka, V. (2018). Political Participation and Institutional Trust of Young Adults in Ukraine: Matching Conditions of Economic Grievance and Political Mobilization with European Social Survey Fieldwork Periods, 2004-2012. ASK. Research and Methods, 1(27
“Educational Inequality by Type of Residence and Type of Educational Institution.” 2015, Scientific notes of NaUKMA. Sociological Sciences, 174 (1), 9-20, in Ukrainian. With Svitlana Oksamytna.
“Restrictions in Preparation for Independent Testing for Children from Rural Areas.” 2015, Sociology: theory, methods, marketing, 1, 116-131, in Russian. With Anastasiia Riabchuk.
“Year after the election: How Ukrainian cities have changed. Analytical note on the implementation of the provisions of the code of transparent authority.” 2021, Transparency International Ukraine, in Ukrainian. With Bogdan Balyuk, Taras Sluchik, and Oleksandr Solontai.
“Poland.” (2020), In: De Moor, J., Uba, K., Wahlström, M., Wennerhag, M., & De Vydt, M. Protest for a future II: Composition, mobilization and motives of the participants in Fridays For Future climate protests on 20-27 September, 2019, in 19 cities around
“Poland.” (2019), In: Wahlström, M., Sommer, M., Kocyba, P., De Vydt, M., De Moor, J., Davies, S., ... & Buzogany, A. (2019). Protest for a future: Composition, mobilization and motives of the participants in Fridays For Future climate protests on 15 Marc
“New Technologies and Global Inequality.” 2017, In O. Kravchuk (eds.). Future without Capitalism: the Current Crisis and Alternatives to Market Economy. Kyiv: Center for Social and Labor Research, pp. 58-72, in Ukrainian.
“Will Education Save the World?.” 2017, In O. Kravchuk (eds.). Future without Capitalism: the Current Crisis and Alternatives to Market Economy. Kyiv: Center for Social and Labor Research, pp. 58-72, in Ukrainian.
“Comparison of Methods of Regulation and Flexibility in the Labor Market of Ukraine.” 2016, In O. Kravchuk (eds.). Alternative Mechanisms for the Socio-economic Development of Ukraine. Kyiv: Center for Social and Labor Research, pp. 116-119, in Ukrainian. With Andrii Gladun.
The Class Gap in Protest Participation. The comparative case of Central Eastern and Western Europe. Monograph accepted for publishing by Routledge (expected to be published in November 2023).
Building a Progressive Europe: The Different Faces of a European Universal Basic Income.
Monograph accepted for publishing by Rowman & Littlefield (expected to be published in September 2023). With Dominik Afscharian, Marius Ostrowski, and Lukáš Siegel.
"Social Sustainability and European Basic Income – Hopes and Pitfalls." The book chapter was accepted for publishing by Lit. In U. Schachtschneider and B. Neumärker (eds.) Social Sustainability and Basic Income. With Dominik Afscharian, Marius Ostrowski, and Lukáš Siegel.
"Opposition Parties in Defence of Democracy: Changing Discourse of Civic Platform and Civic Coalition in Poland in 2001-2020." Article manuscript. With Agnieszka Kwiatkowska and Hubert Plisiecki.
“Open data of Ukrainian cities: analysis of publication of sets in 5 important areas.” 2021. ? Access to the truth, in Ukrainian. With Bogdan Balyuk.
“How to study social movements in Central and Eastern Europe.” 2020. Commons: Journal of Social Criticism, in Ukrainian.