1 edition of Man, state, and society in the Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Man, state, and society in the Soviet Union
|Statement||edited by Joseph L. Nogee.|
|Series||Man, state, and society|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||599|
The culture of the Soviet Union passed through several stages during the Soviet Union's year existence. It was contributed to by people of various nationalities from every single one of fifteen union republics, although a slight majority of them were Russians. The Soviet state supported cultural institutions, but also carried out strict censorship. “I can positively state that the Soviet Union will not be beaten by the United States in the race for a human being to go to the moon,” said .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nogee, Joseph L. Man, state, and society in the Soviet Union. New York, Praeger  (OCoLC) This book presents a comprehensive re-examination of the cinemas of the Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe during the communist era.
It argues that, since the end of communism in these countries, film scholars are able to view these cinemas in a different way, no longer bound by an outlook relying on binary Cold War by: 4.
This is the first book to analyse the relationship between the Soviet state and society from the October Revolution of to the revolution under Stalin of the late s and early s.
Professor Lewis Siegelbaum examines the ways in which the promise of a new society made by the Revolution informed the thinking of those who had Author: Lewis H.
Siegelbaum. State case studies explore key aspects of Khrushchev's period of office, including the introduction of the Communist Party Programme and popular responses to it, housing policy, the opening up of the Soviet Union to the West during the youth festival, public consultation campaigns and policy implementation in education and family Cited by: Books That Inspired The Soviet Union The Communist Manifesto: A Modern Edition (Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels) The Communist Manifesto is probably one of the books that has impacted the world the most.
The book is an introduction to Marxism, an ideology that inspired Lenin to lead the masses to rise up against the ruling elite and try to work for a fairer society.
How One Man Masterminded the Soviet Drive Beat America to the Moon. "Fascinating packed with technical and historical detail for the space expert and enthusiast alike Great stuff!"-New Scientist "In this exceptional book, James Harford pieces together a most compelling and well-written tale Must reading."-Space by: The First Socialist Society does not get mired in political pandering or revisionist history that all too often clouds the discussion of communism.
The sheer complexity of the revolution and the very real toll it took on the founders of the revolutionist state during a time of war shed light on why the Soviet Union came to be such a brutal by: The First Socialist Society is the compelling and often tragic history of what Soviet citizens lived through from totold with great sympathy and perception.
Tracing the evolution of the Soviet political system from its origins inGeoffrey Hosking shows how power has rarely been transmitted outside a tightly knit ruling elite and explains the forms of contact that have Reviews: 1. SOVIET MAN.
For many years, the term novy sovetsky chelovek in Soviet Marxism-Leninism was usually translated into English as "the new Soviet man.". A translation that would be more faithful to the meaning of the original Russian would be "the new Soviet person," because the word chelovek is completely neutral with regard to gender.
The hope. Robert Robinson was an excellent man, it is admirable of how he managed to survive the brutal conditions of being an average Soviet citizen, which was caused by other (egoistic) citizens, who caused the union to fail.
I recommend this book to anyone interested in the studies of: The Soviet Union, Russian Culture, Russian History, Racism Cited by: 9. The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union (Routledge Sources in History) Among his books are Russian Politics and Society () and Soviet Politics in Perspective (), both published by Routledge.
Reviewed in the United States on Febru Verified by: The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from to and was the largest country in the world.
Nominally a union of multiple national Soviet republics, in practice its government and economy were highly was a one-party state governed by the Communist Party, Capital and largest city: Moscow. After overthrowing the centuries-old Romanov monarchy, Russia emerged from a civil war in as the newly formed Soviet Union.
The world’s first Marxist-Communist state would become one of the. The Best Vasily Grossman Books, recommended by Maxim D Shrayer. The Soviet writer bore witness to the horrors of Russia’s World War Two and the Shoah — and deserves a place in literary history, says scholar Maxim D Shrayer.
He recommends the best books by and about Vasily Grossman. A catalogue of corruption in the Soviet Union, the book would not make any Kremlin best-seller list, and Simis was quickly stripped of his academic degree and fired from a prestige.
This text explores the constitution of gender identity in the Soviet system and examines the implications of the collapse of communism for the gender roles of both men and women. It addresses the important questions raised by the rise and fall of the Soviet experiment in transforming gender relations.
On the basis of qualitative research, the contributors analyse both the state. In this book, Kirschenbaum traces the institution of kindergarten in the Soviet Union, and uses early childhood education as a lens to understand the Bolshevik ideological revolution.
She analyzes how the Communist Party attempted to reconcile economic constraints with the urgent need to educate children on the principles of socialism. Ina man named E. Proskuriakova outlined the characteristics of books that were considered “harmful” to the Soviet Union.
On this list was: Failure to promote the worker’s class consciousness and willingness to work hard, religious propaganda, pro-tsarist ideas, opposition to revolutionary class struggle, and promoting national. "The First Socialist Society" is one of the best popular histories of the Soviet Union in English.
In it, English Historian of Russian History Geoffrey Hosking explores not just the names, dates and events that comprised Soviet history, but told the story of the Soviet people in ways that are compelling and personal/5.Soviet Union genre: new releases and popular books, including Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine, by Anne Applebaum, Defectors by Joseph Kanon.
Sheila Fitzpatricks Everyday Stalinism, like many of her works, is concerned with the experiences of society under the Soviet regime rather than the state, but here she takes her research a step further and seeks to uncover what everyday life was like for the urban Soviet citizen in the s/5.