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Selected studies of labour conditions in the Soviet Union.
|Contributions||United States. Department of Labor. Bureau of Labor Statistics., United States Information Service. Labour Information Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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In this book, Santosh Mehrotra presents a comprehensive study of this trading relationship and the transfer of technology from the Soviet Union.
He begins by outlining Indian economic strategy since the s and the role of Soviet and East European technical :// Soviet Workers and the Collapse of Perestroika: The Soviet Labour Process and Gorbachev's Reforms, (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies Book 93) - Kindle edition by Donald Filtzer.
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10 years ago the official censorship in the Soviet Union was ceased. I wonder if many of our citizens noticed this undoubtedly historical moment immediately, but for the libraries a new era began in its full sense with all necessary challenges, questions and :// For many in the Labour movement, a socialist foreign policy and sympathy for the Soviet Union also implied distrust of the United States and its attempt to create what the New Statesman called a capitalist “economic empire.” For the Labour movement as a whole, the story of these years can be summarized simply: the reluctant abandonment of This book discusses international migration in the newly independent states after the collapse of the Soviet Union, which involved millions of people.
Written by authors from 15 countries, it summarizes the population movement over the post-Soviet territories, both within the newly independent states and in other countries over the past 25 :// This book is ideal for students studying a key period of Soviet economic history.
It brings together and makes available the results of the latest research on Soviet industrialization, using a vast amount of primary evidence, and the methods of quantitative economic analysis.
Leading scholars in the field analyze the Soviet economy sector by sector, from agriculture to defense and technology ?id=jo6e_DgJE6QC. This book has been cited by the following publications. Beissinger utilizes data and case studies from across the USSR during its final years to elicit the shifting relationship between pre-existing structural conditions, institutional constraints, and event-generated influences in the nationalist explosions that brought about the collapse ().
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Soviet sociology was always under ideological pressure but it had a rich experience of studies of the Soviet social and professional structure. During the ’s Soviet sociology was based on ideas selected from the Parsonian version of sociological understanding of social :// InVladimir Bukovsky published his book Moskovsky Protsess (Moscow trial) containing an account of developing the punitive psychiatry based on documents that were being submitted to and considered by the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
The book was translated into English in under the During visits to the Soviet Union in the late s, American educationalist Thomas Woody observed this policy in action, visiting model nursery schools and kindergartens, including those at Stanislav Shatskii's Colony of the Cheerful Life Shatskii was a leading progressive pedagogue before the revolution, who later aligned his aims with Labour Camps in Shandong Province the countryside.
The local CCP in Shandong thus abandoned the prison much earlier than the Yan'an authorities, moving towards a system of labour camps which displayed many of the key hallmarks of the post laogai, based on "reform through labour" in economically This book discusses as well the historical geography of Soviet Union, tracing the stages by which so large an area has been brought within the frontiers of a single political unit.
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Women workers in the Soviet interwar economy: from 'protection' to 'equality'. [Melanie Ilič; University of Birmingham. Centre for Russian and East European Studies.] -- This book examines changes in official policy towards the introduction of protective labour legislation for women workers in the Soviet Union in the period.
Soviet Studies. Search in: Advanced search. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe On assessing the size of forced concentration camp labour in the Soviet Union, – S. G. Wheatcroft. Pages: Published online: 06 Nov Book notices. Pages: ?nav=tocList.Osakwe, The Participation of the Soviet Union in Universal International Organizations: A Political and Legal Analysis of Soviet Strategies and Aspirations inside the ILO, UNESCO and WHO (Leiden, ); M.
Downs, Study of Soviet Participation in the ILO with Emphasis on the Period – (Notre Dame University, IN, ); Hislop, United The ‘labour collective’ functioned as an internal labour market where ‘bad jobs’ became the social preserve of vulnerable workers.
The trade union welfare function contributed to sustain the workplace as a societal unit with normative tasks which transcended the