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  • 1
    ISBN: 9781138046924
    Language: English
    Pages: xiii, 196 Seiten , 25 cm
    Series Statement: Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe 28
    Series Statement: Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe
    DDC: 305.40947084
    Keywords: Women Economic conditions ; Women Economic conditions ; Families ; Families ; Women's rights ; Women's rights ; Soviet Union History 1939-1945 ; Europe, Eastern History 1918-1945 ; Europe, Eastern History 1945-1989
    Abstract: Introduction -- Women's experiences of 1937 : everyday legacies of the purges and the great terror in the Soviet Union -- Victims and collective trauma : surviving mass repression and living through the Soviet period -- Women's experiences of repression in Czechoslovakia, 1948-1968 -- Women's experiences of 1956 : student protesters and partisans in Romania
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781138933453
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (270 p)
    Series Statement: Routledge Approaches to History
    Parallel Title: Print version The Soviet Past in the Post-Socialist Present : Methodology and Ethics in Russian, Baltic and Central European Oral History and Memory Studies
    DDC: 306.0947
    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: This collection examines practical and ethical issues inherent in the application of oral history and memory studies to research about the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe since the collapse of the Soviet bloc. Case studies highlight the importance of ethical good practice, including the reflexive interrogation of the interviewer and researcher, and aspects of gender and national identity. Researchers use oral history to analyze present-day recollections of the Soviet past, thereby extending our understanding beyond archival records, official rhetoric and popular mythology. Oral history explore
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Glossary; Acknowledgements; Introductions; From Interview to Life Story: Methodology and Ethics in Oral History; Silence in Biographical Accounts and Life Stories: The Ethical Aspects of Interpretation; Part I Russia; 1 Interview with Anastasia Posadskaya: May 1995; 2 Women's Everyday Life in Soviet Russia: Collecting Stories, Dealing with Silences and Exploring Nostalgia; 3 Interview as Conversation: Agency and Self-Construction in a Russian Rural Woman's Story of Courtship and Marriage; Part II Baltic States
    Description / Table of Contents: 4 The Paradoxes of Family Life Trajectories in Soviet and Post-Soviet Life Strategies5 Research Ethics in Soviet Memory Studies; 6 "Not Much Love Lost between Me and My Husband": Love in Estonian Women's Life-Stories of the Soviet Period; 7 History, the Remembered Past and Master Narratives: The Latvian Case; 8 Recycling Archival Sources and Oral History: The Nationalization of Private Housing in Soviet Latvia; 9 Three (Un)Successful Cases of the Application of Oral History Methods; Part III East-Central Europe
    Description / Table of Contents: 10 Self-Sacrificing Motherhood: Reconciling Traumatic Life Experiences of Hungarian Collectivisation11 "We Had to Become Criminals to Survive Under Communism!": Testimonies of Petty Criminality and Everyday Morality in Late Socialist Central Europe; 12 Female Voices of Post-War Forced Displacement; Contributors; Bibliography; Index
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9781350136090
    Language: English
    Pages: 214 Seiten
    Series Statement: Library of modern Russia
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Leinarte, Dalia Family and the state in Soviet Lithuania
    DDC: 306.85094793
    Keywords: Family policy History 20th century ; Families History 20th century ; Women Social conditions 20th century ; Lithuania Social conditions 1945-1991 ; Lithuania Politics and government 1945-1991
    Abstract: "If the home remained a safe space for families during the Soviet occupation of Lithuania, why is it that the memories of women's domestic lives in Soviet Lithuania are so fragmented? In Family and the State in Soviet Lithuania, Dalia Leinarte deftly challenges the commonplace 'kitchen culture' idea that the home was a site of silent resistance where traditional Lithuanian values continued to be nurtured. Instead, this fascinating book reveals how the totalitarian state gradually abolished the private lives of Lithuanian families altogether. Based on over 100 interviews and an array of archival sources, this book analyses how family policy formed the everyday life of men and women and considers how the internalisation of Soviet ideology took place in the private sphere. From a well-developed after-school activity program for children to strict rules regarding the working hours of men and women, ultimately the family could not remain isolated from the regime. Family and the State in Soviet Lithuania is the first book to explore family policy in the Soviet Baltic states and is therefore a vital resource for scholars of Soviet and gender history"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 4
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    Amsterdam : Editions Rodopi | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9789042030633
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (228 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    Series Statement: On the Boundary of Two Worlds: Identity, Freedom, & Moral Imagination in the Baltics
    DDC: 305.42/094793
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1945-1970 ; Frau ; Alltag ; Litauen ; Interview
    Abstract: For millions of people, the Soviet experience meant not only living through the torment of Stalinism and the GULAG, the unbelievable destiny of men and women during the 1917 Revolution, civil war, and the Second World War, or those breathtaking, gigantic.
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  • 5
    ISBN: 1350254894 , 9781350254893 , 9781350136090
    Language: English
    Pages: 214 Seiten , 24 cm
    Edition: Paperback edition
    Series Statement: Library of modern Russia
    DDC: 306.85094793
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    Keywords: 1900-1999 ; Family policy History 20th century ; Families History 20th century ; Women Social conditions 20th century ; Families ; Family policy ; Politics and government ; Social conditions ; Women - Social conditions ; History ; Lithuania Social conditions 1945-1991 ; Lithuania Politics and government 1945-1991 ; Lithuania ; Litauen ; Sozialismus ; Familienpolitik ; Familie ; Familienrecht ; Geschichte 1945-1991
    Abstract: If the home remained a safe space for families during the Soviet occupation of Lithuania, why is it that the memories of women's domestic lives in Soviet Lithuania are so fragmented? In Family and the State in Soviet Lithuania, Dalia Leinarte deftly challenges the commonplace 'kitchen culture' idea that the home was a site of silent resistance where traditional Lithuanian values continued to be nurtured. Instead, this fascinating book reveals how the totalitarian state gradually abolished the private lives of Lithuanian families altogether. Based on over 100 interviews and an array of archival sources, this book analyses how family policy formed the everyday life of men and women and considers how the internalisation of Soviet ideology took place in the private sphere. From a well-developed after-school activity program for children to strict rules regarding the working hours of men and women, ultimately the family could not remain isolated from the regime.
    Note: Quellen- und Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 199-210 , Enthält ein Register
    URL: Cover
    URL: Cover
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9786098120899
    Language: Lithuanian
    Pages: 294 Seiten , Illustrationen
    DDC: 306.0947930904
    Keywords: Geschichte 1944-1991 ; Familie ; Familienpolitik ; Eheschließung ; Ehescheidung ; Sozialer Wandel ; Litauen ; Sowjetunion
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis Seite 283-292
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  • 7
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    Online Resource
    London [England] : Bloomsbury | London [England] : Bloomsbury Publishing
    ISBN: 9781350136120
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (256 pages)
    Edition: First edition
    Series Statement: Library of modern Russia
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    DDC: 306.85094793
    Keywords: Family policy / Lithuania / History / 20th century ; Families / Lithuania / History / 20th century ; Women / Lithuania / Social conditions / 20th century ; History ; Lithuania / Social conditions / 1945-1991 ; Lithuania / Politics and government / 1945-1991 ; Electronic books ; Electronic books ; Electronic books
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Also published in print , Mode of access: World Wide Web
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  • 8
    ISBN: 9781138933453
    Language: English
    Pages: xii, 257 Seiten , Illustration , 24 cm
    Edition: First published
    Series Statement: Routledge approaches to history 14
    Series Statement: Routledge approaches to history
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als The Soviet past in the post-socialist present
    DDC: 306.0947
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    Keywords: Communism Social aspects ; Historiography ; Communism Social aspects ; Historiography ; Communism Social aspects ; Historiography ; Oral history Methodology ; Oral history Moral and ethical aspects ; Memory Study and teaching ; Methodology ; Memory Study and teaching ; Moral and ethical aspects ; Baltic States Social conditions 20th century ; Historiography ; Europe, Central Social conditions 20th century ; Historiography ; Russia (Federation) Social conditions 20th century ; Historiography ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Russland ; Oral history ; Kollektives Gedächtnis ; Baltikum ; Oral history ; Kollektives Gedächtnis ; Ostmitteleuropa ; Oral history ; Kollektives Gedächtnis
    Abstract: Introductions -- Introduction: From interview to life story : methodology and ethics in oral history / Melanie Ilic -- Introduction: Silence in biographical accounts and life stories : the ethical aspects of interpretation / Dalia Leinarte -- Part I. Russia -- Interview with Anastasia Posadskaya : May 1995 / Barbara Engel -- Women's everyday life in Soviet Russia : collecting stories, dealing with silences and exploring nostalgia / Yulia Gradskova -- Interview as conversation : agency and self-construction in a Russian rural woman's story of courtship and marriage / Laura J. Olson -- Part II. Baltic States -- The paradoxes of family life trajectories in Soviet and post-Soviet life strategies / Ingrida Geciene -- Research ethics in Soviet memory studies / Sigita Kraniauskiene and Laima Žilinskienė -- "Not much love lost between me and my husband" : love in Estonian women's life stories of the Soviet period / Leena Kurvet-Käosaar -- History, the remembered past and master narratives : the Latvian case / Andrejs Plakans -- Recycling archival sources and oral history : the nationalization of private housing in Soviet Latvia / Maija Runcis -- Three (un)successful cases of the application of oral history methods / Aurimas Švedas -- Part III. East Central Europe -- Self-sacrificing motherhood : reconciling traumatic life experiences of Hungarian collectivisation / Ildikó Asztalos-Morell -- "We had to become criminals to survive under communism!" : testimonies of petty criminality and everyday morality in late socialist Central Europe / Kelly Hignett -- Female voices of post-war forced displacement / Karolina Koziura and Olena Lytovka, with Melanie Ilic
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite [237]-251 , Introductions: From interview to life story : methodology and ethics in oral history , Silence in biographical accounts and life stories : the ethical aspects of interpretation , Part I. Russia ; Interview with Anastasia Posadskaya : May 1995 , Women's everyday life in Soviet Russia : collecting stories, dealing with silences and exploring nostalgia , Interview as conversation : agency and self-construction in a Russian rural woman's story of courtship and marriage , Part II. Baltic States ; The paradoxes of family life trajectories in Soviet and post-Soviet life strategies , Research ethics in Soviet memory studies , "Not much love lost between me and my husband" : love in Estonian women's life stories of the Soviet period , History, the remembered past and master narratives : the Latvian case , Recycling archival sources and oral history : the nationalization of private housing in Soviet Latvia , Three (un)successful cases of the application of oral history methods , Part III. East Central Europe ; Self-sacrificing motherhood : reconciling traumatic life experiences of Hungarian collectivisation , "We had to become criminals to survive under communism!" : testimonies of petty criminality and everyday morality in late socialist Central Europe , Female voices of post-war forced displacement
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  • 9
    ISBN: 9786155053597
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (338 p.)
    Edition: 2022
    DDC: 306.850947
    Abstract: Takes a comparative perspective on family life and childhood in the past half century in Russia and Eastern Europe, highlighting similarities and differences. Focuses on the problematic domains of the institutions and laws devised to cope with family difficulties, and discusses the social strains created by the transition from communist to post-communist national systems. In addition to the substantial historic analysis, actual challenges are also discussed. The essays examine the changing gender roles, alterations in legal systems, the burdens faced by married and unmarried women who are mothers, the contrasts between government rhteoric and the implementation of policies toward marriage, children and parenthood. By addressing the specifics of welfare politics under the Communist rule and the directions of their transformation in 1990-2000s, this book contributes to the understanding of social institutions and family policies in these countries and the problems of dealing with the socialist past that this region face.
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  • 10
    ISBN: 9789042030626 , 9042030623
    Language: English
    Pages: VI, 234 S. , Ill. , 15x23x1 cm
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Aarelaid-Tart, Aili Adopting and remembering Soviet reality. - Amsterdam [u.a.] : Ed. Rodopi. - 2010 [Rezension]
    Series Statement: On the boundary of two worlds: identity, freedom, and moral imagination in the Baltics 24
    Series Statement: On the boundary of two worlds
    DDC: 900.947930904
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1945-1970 ; Frau ; Alltag ; Litauen ; Interview ; Erlebnisbericht ; Interview ; Erlebnisbericht
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