Soviet studies in sociology

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Social Sciences Today Editorial Board, USSR Academy of Sciences , Moscow
Sociology -- Soviet Union., Sociology -- Research -- Soviet Union., Sociology -- Study and teaching -- Soviet U
SeriesProblems of the contemporary world -- no. 74
ContributionsRutkevich, M. N.
The Physical Object
Pagination195 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL21918696M

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Professionals, Power and Solidarity: A Critical Sociology of Soviet-Type Society (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies)Cited by: Soviet studies in sociology. Moscow: "Social Sciences Today" Editorial Board, USSR Academy of Sciences, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All.

Book Description. In this set sociologists, including Rudolph Schlesinger, discuss the key social institutions and issues of Soviet society.

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These are important texts for any Soviet Studies course, and cover wide-ranging topics such as Chekhov, Education, the Family, Youth, Psychology, Legal Theory in the former USSR, as well as such social institutions as the Soviet Administration and Soviet.

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The core of the paper is an analysis of the meaning of sociology in the USSR, as defined by the participants and outsiders alike. The review is based on the study of programmatic statements, the. Soviet sociology is resolving numerous problems of theoretical and practical importance.

The study of the social structure of developed socialist society illuminates ways of overcoming class differences, defines the position and activities of the working class, peasantry, and intelligentsia, and clarifies interclass and intra-class differences.

COMMUNICATIONS PAUL PICCONE Soviet Sociology and Its Apologist John Fraser's article on " Soviet Sociology and Its Critics " in the Winter issue of Studies in Comparative Communism cannot be allowed to stand unchallenged. d serve no useful purpose to enter into an argument over the indefensible claims that the proletariat in Russia actively participates in social.

Soviet Studies × Close Overlay A title history is the publication history of a journal and includes a listing of the family of related journals. The most common relationship is to a previous and/or continuing title, where a journal continues publishing with a change to its official title.

Other common relationships include a journal that is a. Kelly appears to be one of the seminal scholars in the field of Soviet childhood studies, as she has authored numerous books and articles on the topic.

This text is especially useful as it provides the reader with a broader scope of inquiry, beginning in tsarist Russia and ending with the collapse of the Soviet Union, lending to a useful.

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OCLC Number: Notes: Selected articles translated from Russian. Description: xvi, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: About some problems of historiographical studies / A.M. Sakharov --Some aspects of the history of colonialism and neo-colonialism in Soviet historiography / N.A. Khalfin and A.S. Avetian --About theory and methodology of history of international relations / A.H.

Narochnitski. Those with an interest in environmental justice, sustainability, history, sociology, social movements, anthropology, politics, economics, or the development of the former Soviet Union will find this an intriguing book filled with disquieting empirical evidence and writers from a diverse array of disciplines and specializations.

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Soviet and Communist studies is the field of historical studies of the Soviet Union and other Communist states, as well as of communist parties, such as the Communist Party USA, that existed or still exist in some form in many countries, inside or outside the former Soviet is a field rife with conflict and controversy.

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Inthe English philosopher Herbert Spencer published The Study of Sociology, the first book with the term “sociology” in the title. Spencer rejected much of Comte’s philosophy as well as Marx’s theory of class struggle and his support of communism.

Instead, he favored a form of government that allowed market forces to control. (Berkeley, ); reprinted in Alexander Dallin and Gail Lapidus, eds., The Soviet System in Crisis: A Reader of Western and Soviet Views (Boulder, San Francisco, Oxford: Westview Press) "The Uses of Theory, Concepts and Comparison in Historical Sociology," Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol.

22, no. 2 (April). Suppressed research in the Soviet Union refers to scientific fields which were banned in the Soviet Union. All humanities and social sciences were additionally tested for strict accordance with historical tests were alleged to serve as a cover for political suppression of scientists who engaged in research labeled as "idealistic" or "bourgeois".

This book, a philosophical consideration of Soviet socialism, is not meant simply to revisit the communist past; its aim, rather, is to witness certain zones where capitalism’s domination is resisted—the zones of countercapitalist critique, civil society agencies, and theoretical provisions of emancipation or progress—and to inquire to what extent those zones are in fact permeated by.

Sociology is part of a larger branch of the social sciences that attempts to understand how humans interact in groups (ranging from small families to entire nations).

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Sociology. A large part of the most impressive results of scholarship in the field of Soviet studies is scattered in journals not readily accessible except to the student working at a major library.

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Closely intertwined in history and memory, pogroms and blood libels were and are considered central to the Jewish experience in late Tsarist Russia, the only country on earth with large scale anti-Jewish.

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Starting after the Second World War and taking the story through to the Brezhnev era, Yoram Gorlizki and Oleg Khlevniuk's Substate Dictatorship: Networks, Loyalty, and Institutional Change in the Soviet Union (Yale University Press, ) charts the strategies of Soviet regional leaders, paying particular attention to the forging and evolution of local trust networks.

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Few people are more respected or better positioned to speak on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan than M. Hassan Kakar. A professor at Kabul University and scholar of Afghanistan affairs at the time of the coup d'état, Kakar vividly describes the events surrounding the Soviet invasion in and the encounter between the military superpower and the poorly armed Afghans.AMSCI ICON NAVIGATION: Navigation Menu Search Help Log In, Register My AmSci Select Options (not present on all pages) ; Click "American Scientist" to access home page.