4 edition of Women in contemporary Russia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Vitalina Koval.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1665.15 .W655 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||95020447|
Organizing women in contemporary Russia: engendering transition / by: Sperling, Valerie. Published: () Women in Russia and Ukraine / Published: () Gender, generation and identity in contemporary Russia / Published: (). Economic Rights. Women make % of the employed population in Russia. The greatest proportion of working women are in public health service (85%), education (81%), credit and finance (78%), information and accounting services (75%), whilst the lowest share is in the construction industry (22%). As in Soviet times, the majority of working women are trapped in low-wage areas, such as medicine.
Women in Revolutionary Russia is a valuable resource for students of Russian history. It gives a new interpretation of the period and draws on previously unpublished documents. It also contains questions which address the problems of using and interpreting evidence. About Russian Women Writers. The beginning of the 21 st century in Russian literature can be characterized by the title of Elena Chizhova’s award winning novel, Time of Women (Время женщин). The arrival of a new generation of talented female writers created a literary phenomenon influencing the contemporary literary landscape in Russia.
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This book offers the first comprehensive analysis of the contemporary Russian women's movement and of the social, political, economic, historical, and international contexts that surround it. Valerie Sperling paints a vivid portrait of the women's movement's formation and development, paying particular attention to the key challenges facing a social movement in post-communist society.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Ch. Demographic and Ethno-Cultural Characteristics of Russia's Women / L. Drobizheva and L. Ostapenko --Ch. and Work in Russia / V.
Koval --Ch. 's Attitudes Toward Economic Reforms and the Market Economy / L. Rzhanitsyna --Ch. Women and Legal Rights in Russia.
Book Description. Investigating the genesis of the prosecuted "crimes" and implied sins of the female performing group Pussy Riot, the most famous Russian feminist collective to date, the essays in Transgressive Women in Modern Russian and East European Cultures: From the Bad to Blasphemous examine what constitutes bad social and political behavior for women in Russia, Poland, and the.
Chapters focusing on contemporary Russia discuss abortion, pornography, sexual minorities, young women's lifestyles, the impact of economic reform on women and the development of the women's movement.
This book will be of interest to students and specialists in Russian, Ukrainian and women's studies, as well as to historians, political. Discover the best Russian History in Best Sellers.
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Investigating the genesis of the prosecuted "crimes" and implied sins of the female performing group Pussy Riot,the most famous Russian feminist collective to date, the essays in Transgressive Women in Modern Russian and East European Cultures: From the Bad to Blasphemous examine what constitutes bad social and political behavior for women in Russia, Poland, and the.
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Investigating the genesis of the prosecuted "crimes" and implied sins of the female performing group Pussy Riot, the most famous Russian feminist collective to date, the essays in Transgressive Women in Modern Russian and East European Cultures: From the Bad to Blasphemous examine what constitutes bad social and political behavior for women in Russia, Poland, and the Price: $ Top 10 books about the Russian Revolution A century after the Bolsheviks seized power for communism, Tariq Ali chooses some of the best books.
Women's Activism in Contemporary Russia [Linda Racioppi]. Through in-depth interviews with activists, the authors provide a broad and thorough introduction to the emerging women's movement and women's organizations in Russia.
The focus is on the deve. The Time of Women is considered to be a groundbreaking work in contemporary Russian opened the era of female writers who are now reclaiming the literary scene for themselves. The Time of Women tells a story of three generations of women who tell the difficult history of Soviet and Tsarist Russia filtered through their own experience, which is a truly revolutionary project in Author: Marta Wiejak.
Gender, Generation and Identity in Contemporary Russia book. Gender, Generation and Identity in Contemporary Russia. DOI link for Gender, Generation and Identity in Contemporary Russia Love, sex and marriage—the female mirror: value orientations of young women in Russia.
By Mariia Kotovskaia and Natal’ia Shalygina. World War I. Women served in the Russian armed forces in small numbers in the early stages of the war, but their numbers increased after heavy Russian losses such as at the Battle of Tannenberg and Masurian Lakes and a need for increased manpower.
One such recruit was Maria Bochkareva who served with the 25th Reserve Battalion of the Russian Army. After the abdication of Nicholas II of Russia. Currently, she is writing a book on the image of Mary in modern and contemporary Russia. Recent publications include contributions to volume six of A People’s History of Christianity (); Sacred Stories: Religion and Spirituality in Modern Russia () and Letters from Heaven: Popular Religion in Russia and the Ukraine ().
Russian women dress nicely to find a husband, while Russian men act chivalrously in order to find a wife. The most shocking part of Russian gender roles for Americans is the idea that love always outweighs work. That means that the majority of Russian women devote their efforts to finding a husband, and then caring for their children.
Bella Akhmadulina (–), poet, short story writer, translator; Anna Akhmatova (–), acclaimed poet, author of Requiem; Elizaveta Akhmatova (–), "Leila" published a journal for 30 years with translations of English and French writers; Elena Akselrod (born ), Belarus-born Russian poet, translator; Ogdo Aksyonova (–), poet, short story writer, founder.
Book Description. The s witnessed the ascendency of Russian women in multiple spheres of artistic creation, including literature, film, and painting.
This volume may thus be said to engage not only women's artistic production but, indeed, the best and most colourful of recent Russian culture.
The narrator of Back to Moscow, my debut novel, finds himself in Moscow, working—or pretending to work—on a PhD about Russian literary navigates his way among the real women he encounters by recalling lessons he has learned reading the Russian classics.
Except that, as he soon finds out, Russia is no longer the country described by Tolstoy or Chekhov. of Russian women to keep pace as women's history has extended its boundaries, honed its methods, and matured.
For example, despite a substantial outpouring of books and articles, we still know very little about the lives and experiences of "ordinary" Russian women-the lives activist women rejected and revolutionaries aimed to transform.2 As yet.16 Organizing women in contemporary Russia A brief history of the contemporary Russian women’s movement Early Soviet history is hardly devoid of dedicated women activists.
After the revolution, Alexandra Kollontai and other female Bolsheviks conducted organizational work among women, with the .Women -- who are 53 percent of the Russian population -- have a unique role to play in humanizing, developing, and improving the new nation's policies. Our book's introduction sets the stage for examining women's roles in politics and society in contemporary Russia.