Post-Soviet Women: From the Baltic to Central Asia ePub download
by Mary Buckley
- ISBN: 0521563208
- ISBN13: 978-0521563208
- ePub: 1199 kb | FB2: 1375 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 13, 1997)
- Pages: 336
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 381
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Post-Soviet Women book. How have women's lives changed in the republics of the former Soviet Union since the fall of the USSR?
Post-Soviet Women book. How have women's lives changed in the republics of the former Soviet Union since the fall of the USSR? This is the first book systematically to examine changes and continuities across these states, focusing on women and work, social roles and women in politics. Drawing on interviews with women in factories, on farms and with women streetsellers, politicians and activists, How have women's lives changed in the republics of the former Soviet Union since the fall of the USSR?
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From the Baltic to Central Asia. This book is a significant contribution and will be widely read by those interested in post-Soviet politics, gender studies and comparative politics and social studies. Chris Corrin Source: Political Studies.
Post-Soviet Women 2ed: F. .has been added to your Basket. Chris Corrin, Political Studies. This volume is the first to to take a systematic look at the position of women in the post-Soviet states of the former USSR. See all Product description.
Cambridge University Press, 13 Tem 1997 - 316 sayfa
Cambridge University Press, 13 Tem 1997 - 316 sayfa. De volgende bijdragen zijn opgenomen: Victims and agents: gender in post-Soviet states, door Mary Buckley; Do Russian women want to work?, door Sarah Ashwin en Elain Bowers; Rural women and the impact of economic change, door Sue Bridger; Women and the culture of entrepreneurship, door Marta Bruno; Images of an ideal woman: perceptions of Russian womanhood through the media, education and.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. Women’s Political Activism in Russia: The Case of Samara. Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2004. Rabinowitch, Alexander.
New York: Columbia, 2006. Adaptation of the Soviet Women’s Committee: Deputies’ Voices from ‘Women of Russia. -. Women in the Soviet Countryside: Women’s Roles in Rural Development in the Soviet Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. New York: Columbia, 2006. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. Mobilizing Soviet Peasants: Heroines and Heroes of Stalin’s Fields.
Buckley, Mary (1997). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Lipovskaya has acted as chairperson of the St Petersburg Centre for Gender Issues since 1992. She has worked as a journalist and interpreter. Buckley, Mary (1997).
Post-Soviet Women: From the Baltic to Central Asia. SLAVIC REV. Azade-Ayse Rorlich. Christmas décor: Between tradition and modernity. The ethnographic details of the book represent post-Soviet urban realities on the ground where various forms of belonging clash and kinship ties are reinforced within social safety networks. Theoretically, it challenges the existing theories of identity and identification which often considered the relations between ‘We and Them’ taking the ‘We’ for granted.