Generational differences in the Soviet Union (Dissertations on sociology) ePub download
by Alice S Rossi
- ISBN: 0405129904
- ISBN13: 978-0405129902
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Arno Press (1980)
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Rossi, Alice . Generational Differences in the Soviet Union (New York : Arno Press, 1980), 295–97. This was a dissertation, based on data from the Harvard Project and completed in 1957; it was later published in Arno Press's dissertation series. 11. Younger interviewees reportedly had a rebellious streak, and many were disillusioned over the difference between what they were taught about the Soviet system as children and what they experienced of it as adults
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