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    [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] : Academic Studies Press
    ISBN: 9781644698891
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource
    Keywords: Literature: history & criticism ; History of other lands
    Abstract: In Making Martyrs: The Language of Sacrifice in Russian Culture from Stalin to Putin, Yuliya Minkova examines the language of canonization and vilification in Soviet and post-Soviet media, official literature, and popular culture. She argues that early Soviet narratives constructed stories of national heroes and villains alike as examples of uncovering a person's "true self." The official culture used such stories to encourage heroic self-fashioningamong Soviet youth and as a means of self-policing and censure. Later Soviet narratives maintained this sacrificial imagery in order to assert the continued hold of Soviet ideology on society, while post-Soviet discourses of victimhood appeal to nationalist nostalgia. Sacrificial mythology continues to maintain a persistent hold in contemporary culture, as evidenced most recently by the Russian intelligentsia's fascination with the former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the Russian media coverage of the war in Ukraine, laws against US adoption of Russian children and against the alleged propaganda of homosexuality aimed at minors, renewed national pride in wartime heroes, and the current usage of the words "sacred victim" in public discourse. In examining these various cases, the book traces the trajectory of sacrificial language from individual identity construction to its later function of lending personality and authority to the Soviet and post-Soviet state
    Note: Russian
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    Title: Создавая мучеников : Языковые особенности жертвенного сюжета в русской культуре от Сталина до Путина
    ISBN: 9781644698891
    Language: Russian
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1925- ; Political culture ; Political culture ; Heroes Mythology ; Heroes Mythology ; Idealism Social aspects ; Idealism Social aspects ; Politische Kultur ; Held ; Massenkultur ; Märtyrer ; Soviet Union Intellectual life ; Russia (Federation) Intellectual life ; Russland ; Sowjetunion ; Sowjetunion ; Russland ; Massenkultur ; Politische Kultur ; Märtyrer ; Held ; Geschichte 1925-
    Note: In kyrillischer Schrift
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
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    ISBN: 9781580469142
    Language: English
    Pages: 237 Seiten
    Series Statement: Rochester studies in East and Central Europe v. 20
    DDC: 947.084
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1925- ; Massenkultur ; Politische Kultur ; Märtyrer ; Held ; Sowjetunion ; Russland
    Note: Bibliografie Seite 211-228
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    Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press
    ISBN: 9781787442160
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (237 Seiten)
    Series Statement: Rochester studies in East and Central Europe v. 20
    Series Statement: Rochester studies in East and Central Europe
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 947.84
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1925- ; Political culture / Russia (Federation) ; Idealism / Social aspects / Russia (Federation) ; Idealism / Social aspects / Soviet Union ; Heroes / Mythology / Russia (Federation) ; Heroes / Mythology / Soviet Union ; Political culture / Soviet Union ; Politische Kultur ; Held ; Massenkultur ; Märtyrer ; Soviet Union / Intellectual life ; Russia (Federation) / Intellectual life ; Russland ; Sowjetunion ; Sowjetunion ; Russland ; Massenkultur ; Politische Kultur ; Märtyrer ; Held ; Geschichte 1925-
    Abstract: Examines the ideology of sacrifice in Soviet and post-Soviet culture, analyzing a range of fictional and real-life figures who became part of a pantheon of heroes 'primarily because of their victimhood.'
    Note: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 28 May 2021) , Werewolves, vampires, and the "sacred wo/men" of Soviet discourse in Pravda and beyond in the 1930s and 1940s -- Drawing borders in the sky: pirates and damsels in distress of aerial hijackings in Soviet press, literature, and film -- Our man in Chile, or Victor Jara's posthumous life in Soviet media and popular culture -- Fathers, sons, and the imperial spirit: the wartime homo sacer's competitive victimhood -- Robber baron or dissident intellectual: the businessman hero at the crossroads of history -- Conclusion
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    ISBN: 9781787442160
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (247 pages)
    Series Statement: Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe v. 20
    Series Statement: Rochester Studies in East and Central Europe
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Minkova, Yuliya Making Martyrs : The Language of Sacrifice in Russian Culture from Stalin to Putin
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    Keywords: Geschichte 1925- ; Heroes-Mythology-Russia (Federation) ; Heroes-Mythology-Soviet Union ; Idealism-Social aspects-Russia (Federation) ; Idealism-Social aspects-Soviet Union ; Political culture-Russia (Federation) ; Political culture-Soviet Union ; Russia (Federation)-Intellectual life ; Soviet Union-Intellectual life ; Politische Kultur ; Held ; Massenkultur ; Märtyrer ; Russland ; Sowjetunion ; Sowjetunion ; Russland ; Massenkultur ; Politische Kultur ; Märtyrer ; Held ; Geschichte 1925-
    Abstract: Examines the ideology of sacrifice in Soviet and post-Soviet culture, analyzing a range of fictional and real-life figures who became part of a pantheon of "heroes" primarily because of their victimhood
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