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Examples of references:
1. In the text: [10, p. 81] reference: 10. NA Berdyaev The sense of history. Mysl, 1990. 175 p.
2. In the text [Bakhtin, 2003, p. 18] reference: MM Bakhtin A formal method in literary scholarship: a critical introduction to social poetics. M. Maze, 2003. 192 p.
3. In the text [Tselishchev, Part 1, p. 17] reference: Tselishchev VV The philosophy of mathematics. Novosibirsk: Publishing House of the NSU, 2002. Ch 1-2.
Entries in the references must be made in accordance with GOST R 7.0.5-2008 and can be used to describe the bibliographic references section.

Examples of references:

1. Proffer K. The Silver Age of Russian Culture. Michigan Un., 1975; Boult G. The Silver Age: Russian Art of the Early 20th Century and the "World of Art Group". Calif. Un., 1979.
2. Jean Cassou Encyclopedia symbolism. Moscow, 1998; Payman A History of Russian Symbolism. M., 1998.
3. The history of Russian literature. The twentieth century: the Silver Age. Moscow, 1995.
4. See Sternin GY Artistic life of Russia 1900-1910's. M., 1988, His own. Artistic life of Russia in the early twentieth century. Moscow, 1976; Neklyudova MG Tradition and innovation in the Russian art of the late XIX - early XX century. Moscow, 1991.
5. GARF. F. 130. Op. 6. D. 305. L. 32-35.
6. See: V. Rudnev Dictionary culture of the twentieth century. M., 1997, Cultural Studies. The twentieth century. Dictionary. SPb., 1997, Jean Cassou Encyclopedia symbolism. Moscow, 1998; VG Vlasov Styles in art: Dictionary. The 3 tons SPb., 1995; The Cambridge History of Russian Literature. Camb. Univ. Press, 1992, etc.
7. Miliukov PN Living Pushkin. Moscow, 1997.
8. Oqup NA Contemporaries: Memoirs. Paris, 1961.
9. Ronen O. Silver Age as the intent and fiction. M., 2000.
10. News. 1909. Number 1.
11. Ibid.
12. Dirin AI Russian troops right to freedom of association / / Military Law: an online journal. 2007. URL: http://www.voennoepravo.ru/node/2149 (date accessed: 19.09.2007).
13. ES Markarian Key problems of the theory of cultural traditions / / Soviet Ethnography. 1981. Number 2. Pp. 78-96.

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UDC 347.92

Ivanova Olga Vladimirovna

PhD in Social Science, Assistant Professor of the Civil Law Department, Moscow State Social University

Legal status of a juvenile in the Russian Federation

Summary

The paper contemplates specifications of the national legislation regulating the legal status of juveniles. Basing upon the undertaken study the author deduces that a juvenile's legal status is a multisectoral institution, including the principles, which specify rights, freedoms and responsibilities of a person under 18 years old, the topics of multifaceted nature.

Keywords: specifications of Russia’s legislation, legal status of a juvenile, child, children, infants, juveniles, youth.

Family Code of the Russian Federation (hereinafter - RF IC) [1] in the art. 54 determines that a child is a person under 18 years of age. The concept of "children" is used as the plural form of the word "child" [2, p. 163]. The term "youth" is interpreted in different ways. As a rule, young people recognize the social and age group between 14 and 30 years (the age classification of the United Nations - 14-25 years old) [3, p. 28].

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References

1. Family Code of the Russian Federation of December 29, 1995 № 223-FZ (as amended on 30.11.2011 № 363-FZ) / / Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation. 1996. Number 1. Art. 16, official portal of legal information. URL: http://www.pravo.gov.ru (date accessed: 01.12.2011).
2. Ozhegov S.I., Shvedova N.U. Dictionary of Russian language. M., 1998.
3. Rostovskaya Т.К., Rostovskaya I.V. On the development of the system of protection of minors and young people / / juvenile justice. 2010. Number 3.