2 edition of family in Soviet Russia found in the catalog.
family in Soviet Russia
H. Kent Geiger
Bibliography: p. -346.
|Statement||by H. Kent Geiger.|
|Series||Russian Research Center studies,, 56|
|LC Classifications||HQ637 .G37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 381 p.|
|Number of Pages||381|
|LC Control Number||68015637|
The Family Legislation and the Norms of International Law If an international treaty of the Russian Federation lays down other rules than those stipulated by the family legislation, the rules of the international treaty shall be applied. Chapter 2. Exercising and Safeguarding Family Rights Article 7. Exercising Family Rights and Discharging. WOMEN IN RUSSIA AND THE SOVIET UNION BARBARA ALPERN ENGEL When the women's movement revived in the West in the late s, it sparked a resurgence of interest in women in Russia and the Soviet Union. There was a rich and illuminating vein of "contribution" history to be mined. During the nineteenth century, women were both more numerous.
For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of World War II In , Soviet geologists prospecting in the wilds of Siberia discovered a family . In , the famous Soviet and Russian film director, Eldar Ryazanov, made a film about the writer that was titled, Andersen: life without love. Also, a .
Neighbours. Friends. Even your closest loved ones. In Stalin's Russia, everyone was an informer. And as a chilling new book reveals, one word from a resentful child was enough to send you to the. If non-fiction also counts, you may check: Igor Dedkov, Diary – Unfortunately it’s in Russian only - you may find it here 1 | Ридли, and try luck with google translate. As the title says it’s an actual diary that the author kept and which.
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A Mennonite Family in Tsarist Russia and the Soviet Union, (Tsarist and Soviet Mennonite Studies) Paperback – Septem by David G. Rempel (Author) › Visit Amazon's David G. Rempel Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search Cited by: 4.
Created in by the acclaimed Soviet children’s writer Nikolay Nosov, this book tells a story of one boy’s transformation from an underachiever into an A student. The simplistic plot, in fact, mirrored the catastrophic situation in Soviet schools, caused family in Soviet Russia book WWII and the fact that millions of children missed up to six grades of n: Warren Nutter’s The Strange World of Ivan Ivanov (originally published in ) is an examination in comparative terms of the economic life of an ordinary individual and their family in the Soviet system as compared to the US.
It is an eye opening comparison, and one that anyone hoping to understand the impact of communism on the lives of those who have the misfortune of having to live. The nuclear family will continue to be dismantled; rights will be destroyed, and the American dream will fade into the historical dustbin.
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The subtitle of this book is “The Surreal Heart of the new Russia,” and that sums up the tone and focus of this book perfectly.
It describes the strangest, the wildest, and the most bizarre aspects of Russia at the beginning of the post-Soviet era.
The view of the Soviet family as the basic social unit in society evolved from revolutionary to conservative; the government of the Soviet union first attempted to weaken the family and then to strengthen it.
According to the law "Principles of Legislation on Marriage and the Family of the USSR and the Union Republics", parents are "to raise their children in the spirit of the Moral Code.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Geiger, H. Kent. Family in Soviet Russia. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Small Comrades: Revolutionizing Childhood in Soviet Russia, (New York and London: Routledge Falmer, ).
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