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Soviet Youth
Some Achievements and problems





ISBN 9780415868747
Published September 25, 2013 by Routledge
264 Pages

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First published in 1998. This is Volume VII, the final of eight in the Sociology of the Soviet Union series. Collated in 1957, this is a collection of translated excerpts from the Soviet Press on the achievements and problems of the youth in the USSR. These pieces have been chosen to illustrate the most salient features in the overall picture of Soviet youth obtained from readings in the various Soviet materials, supplemented by introductions in order to provide the necessary perspective.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Pre-School Period; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Organising Kindergartens in the Collective Farms of the Leningrad Province, V. A. Ivanova; Chapter 3 The Work of a Collective Farm Kindergarten with the Family and the Public, E. I. Kruglova; Chapter 4 Pre-School Education in the City of Kuibyshev 1A city of some 400,000 inhabitants., V. D. Zotova; Chapter 5 About Cinderella Again, E. Yachnik; Part 2 School Age; Chapter 6 Introduction; Chapter 7 1. Work; Chapter 8 Into the Fifth Form, D. Novoplyansky; Chapter 9 School and Life, K. Lesnichy; Chapter 10 In One School Family Again, F. V. Vigdorova; Chapter 11 The Strength of the Community, V. Lyalin; Chapter 12 It is Your Concern, V. Benderova; Chapter 13 It Concerns the Whole Community, I. G. Tkachenko; Chapter 14 Parents and Extra-Curricular School Activities, I. Marenko; Chapter 15 When a Club Takes the Initiative, T. Kormilitsyna; Chapter 16 Help for Schools from Leningrad Enterprises, A ‘Trud’ CORRESPONDENT; Chapter 17 Choosing a Career, V. Kochetov; Chapter 18 Leisure; Chapter 19 Vova Sees a Film, S. Veselov; Chapter 20 Film Shows for Children, Yu. Filanovsky; Chapter 21 Do not Pass by, Comrade!, L. Panteleyev; Chapter 22 In a House Management, N. Anikin; Chapter 23 A District House of Pioneers, Yu. Novozhenov; Chapter 24 Pioneers Spend the Summer in the City, A. Filippov; Chapter 25 A Mother’s Story, S. Semyonova; Part 3 Young Worker and Student; Chapter 26 Introduction; Chapter 27 The Path to Knowledge, V. Kozlov; Chapter 28 Students’ Research, Z. Roginsky, V. Michurin; Chapter 29 The Student and His House, L. Likhodeyev, V. Mikhailov; Chapter 30 Pupils’ Reading, I. Makarova; Chapter 31 Letter from a Trade School, V. Chachin, A. Yudintseva; Chapter 32 Why must Shukhov have a Signet Ring?, I. Pikarevich; Chapter 33 The ‘Fashion Fiends’, G. Gogoberidze; Chapter 34 Summer Recreation for Young Workers; Chapter 35 A Quarrel; Chapter 36 The Evil Eye, I. Shatunovsky; Chapter 37 The Youngest, S. Narinyani; Chapter 38 Meeting, Leonid Volynsky; Chapter 39 On the Virgin Lands, V. Leonenko; Part 4 Marriage and After; Chapter 40 Introduction; Chapter 41 Where to Get Married, V. Dykhovichny, M. Slobodskoi; Chapter 42 A Komsomol Should be Principled; Chapter 43 The Noble Work of the Mother, I. Tyurin; Chapter 44 The Housewife, A. Fadeyev; Chapter 45 It is Her Right, E. Maximova; Chapter 46 Appendix to a Membership Report, S. Narinyani; Chapter 47 The Woman in the Yashmak, Tashkent Zulfia; Chapter 48 Dursun Annaeva’s Children, Ivan Gorelov;

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Dorothea L. Meek