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Retraction note

Ret­rac­ted ar­tic­le April 28, 2018

Gurenkova O.V. ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGE OF ECONOMIC STRATIFICATION OF MODERN RUSSIAN SOCIETY. Russian Journal of Humanities. 2011. V. 5, №1. P. 11-19.

This ar­tic­le by O.V. Gurenkova has be­en ret­rac­ted (i.e. withdrawn from the press) by the edi­tor with per­mis­si­on of the pub­lis­her. The re­ason for the ar­tic­le ret­rac­ti­on is constitutes plagiarism (Bogomolova T.Yu., Tapilina B.C. Economic stratification of the population in the 90s. Sociological Studies. 2001. №6. P. 32-43)