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dc.contributor.authorAmbartsumyan, K. R.-
dc.contributor.authorАмбарцумян, К. Р.-
dc.date.accessioned2022-01-14T12:55:38Z-
dc.date.available2022-01-14T12:55:38Z-
dc.date.issued2021-
dc.identifier.citationAmbartsumyan, K. R. New woman as a project of soviet social engineering in the 1920s: the experience of the north caucasus region // VOPROSY ISTORII. - 2021. - Volume 11. - Issue 2. - Page 154-163. - DOI10.31166/VoprosyIstorii202111Statyi41ru
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/18584-
dc.description.abstractIn the article, the author addresses the problem of Soviet social engineering and explores the theory and practice of the formation of a new gender identity. The study was based on the theoretical construction of K. Popper, however, with certain reservations in connection with Soviet social practice. The author believes that the utopian model can be used as an explanatory scheme for the Bolshevik policy of forming a "new man", but with amendments. The amendment is in that the authorities did not achieve a 100% result, while the elements of Sovietness were introduced into the identity of the new generation, which were intertwined and adapted to the elements of the old self-identification.ru
dc.language.isoruru
dc.publisherVOPROSY ISTORIIru
dc.relation.ispartofseriesVoprosy Istorii-
dc.subjectSocial engineeringru
dc.subjectNew Soviet womanru
dc.subjectNew manru
dc.subjectNorth Caucasusru
dc.subjectGender identityru
dc.subjectSoviet social policyru
dc.titleNew woman as a project of soviet social engineering in the 1920s: the experience of the north caucasus regionru
dc.typeСтатьяru
vkr.instГуманитарный институтru
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