2 edition of Social sciences in the Soviet Baltic Republics. found in the catalog.
Social sciences in the Soviet Baltic Republics.
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Applying the diagnosis. The "anti-Soviet" political behavior of some individuals — being outspoken in their opposition to the authorities, demonstrating for reform, and writing critical books — were defined simultaneously as criminal acts (e.g., a violation of Articles 70 or ), symptoms of mental illness (e.g., "delusion of reformism"), and susceptible to a ready-made diagnosis (e.g. Downloadable! A citizens' peace movement emerged in the Soviet Baltic republics in January , when about 23 Lithuanians, Estonians, and Latvians signed an antiwar declaration in the wake of Soviet military in volvement in Afghanistan. The concern for peace was intertwined with, but distinct from, concerns for national autonomy, civil rights, and ecology.
The Sovietization of the Baltic states refers to the sovietization of all spheres of life in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania when they were under control of the Soviet first period deals with the occupation from June to July when the German occupation began. The second period covers when the Soviet forces pushed the German out, until when . The book examines the formation and evolution of Moscow's «Baltic politics» in the years Using a large collective of newly available archival materials from different sources, the monograph presents the substance of Moscow's Sovietization policy, the methods used to carry it out, the mechanisms used to monitor the implementation of this policy, the reaction of the local Cited by: 4.
With all the obvious problems of the post-Soviet transition—hyperinflation, declining standards of living, ethnic conflict, political uncertainty, and the like—it may seem that the needs of the social and behavioral sciences would not rank high on the list of priorities. But strong social. The Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which had been independent between the two world wars, were annexed by the Kremlin in June of , during the dramatic days when Paris fell to the Germans, and became republics of the Soviet Union. In thus reversing the course of modern Baltic history, Moscow separated the Baltic countries not only from Cited by: 3.
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Social sciences in the Soviet Baltic Republics. Moscow: "Social Sciences Today" Editorial Board, USSR Academy of Sciences, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A Drīzulis; J Macevičius; Juhan Kahk; Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR. Scholars' Guide to Humanities and Social Sciences in the Soviet Union and the Baltic States: The Academies of Sciences of Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, Moldova, the Transcaucasian and Central Asian Republics and Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
ISBN | Quantity. Scholars' Guide to Humanities and Social Sciences in the Soviet Union and the Baltic States: The Academies of Sciences of Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, (Studies of Central Asia and the Caucasus) [Tigran Martirosyan, Silvia Maretti, S.
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R.C. Stuart, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Study of the Soviet Union was a difficult task. Scholars were required to learn the Russian and possibly other languages. Moreover, access to all source materials was difficult, and for economists, much effort was required to assemble and to utilize even minimal amounts of data, so critical for even.
In this book, Stefan Hedlund and Kristian Gerner provide a riveting account of the self-destruction of the Soviet empire, examining the role of the Baltic states in this process of destruction. They discuss how the three Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania struggled successfully to gain their freedom, and how the policies pursued Cited by: COVID Resources.
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From Soviet Republics to EU Member States addresses the legal and political challenges surrounding the EU accession of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Based upon a profound analysis of the Baltic States’ historic development and international legal status, this book examines the gradual development of bilateral relations between the EU and each of the Baltic by: The Republics of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or Union Republics (Russian: Сою́зные Респу́блики, tr.
Soyúznye Respúbliki) were the ethnically based proto-states of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). For most of its history, the USSR was a highly centralized state; the decentralization reforms during the era of Perestroika ("Restructuring") and Category: Federated state.
Lithuania: Pioneering Women’s and Gender Studies in the Post-Soviet Baltic Republics. Introduction. Gender equality is one of the key elements of European Union policy. Lithuanian citizens as members of the European Union should perceive gender equality as an important stimulus to social change and progress.
Soviet Social Science: The Challenge for the American Academic Community, Summary of a Meeting () Chapter: Social Science in the Soviet Union: Current Conditions and Trends. The Emergence of an Eu Policy towards the Baltic Sea Region: Characteristics and Limitations Chapter Six.
Explaining the Development of Ec/eu-baltic Relations: Internal and External Factors. Christman, Ruth C., ed. Soviet Science. Baltimore: National Science Foundation, The State of Soviet Science. This book is a compilation of essay that discuss the different aspects of science disciplines in the USSR.
While the majority of the topics is on natural sciences, Soviet philosophy and psychology studies are also discussed. Rychtařková, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Eastern Europe will cover Central Europe, Southeastern Europe, the Baltic States, and Western CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States—formerly the Soviet Union).At the beginning of the twentieth century, infant and child mortality was high in Eastern Europe as compared with.
The book is a compilation of short stories (each chapter a dozen pages or so) about the author's first-hand experiences in the Gorbachev's Soviet Union. From Baltic to Sakhalin and from coal miners to Gorbachev himself, from Stalin to Yeltsin and from Solzhenitsyn to Sakharov, the book paints the picture of the monolith's fall.5/5(5).
/ Social and Behavioral Sciences All Articles in Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies Follow Faceted Search full-text articles. Page 1 of and the concessionist policy towards nationalist movements in the Baltic republics. Through a content analysis of primary sources including meeting minutes, diaries, newspaper sources and interviews.
Nearly three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, early hopes for the integration of the post-Soviet states into a Europe whole and free seem to have been decisively dashed. Europe itself is in the midst of a multifaceted crisis that threatens the considerable gains of the post-war liberal European experiment.
“My book is really about giving agency to those European actors and not just treat them as targets of great power pressure.” Schulze’s interest in Russian speakers in the country’s ‘near abroad,’ the now independent former Soviet republics, further developed after she earned a grant to travel to the Baltic states for research.
Soviet Union, in full Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), Russian Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik or Sovetsky Soyuz, former northern Eurasian empire (/22–) stretching from the Baltic and Black seas to the Pacific Ocean and, in its final years, consisting of 15 Soviet Socialist Republics (S.S.R.’s): Armenia.
KGB Surveillance in the Soviet Baltic Republics: at the University of Chicago in and specializes in the political and social history of the USSR after World War II.
His first book. While it has not led to conflict of the sort seen in the other Baltic republics or parts of the former Soviet Union, it has nonetheless contributed to social difficulties and unrest, particularly in the period leading up to and immediately following the restoration of independence.
Terry D. / Nationalism in post-soviet Lithuania: New Cited by: 4. This open access book analyzes the formation and later socio-spatial trajectories of large housing estates in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Providing historical and socioeconomic context, it explains the Baltic vision on urbanization compared to other socialist and capitalist cities in .In the Soviet Union signed agreements with Nazi Germany whereby the Germans recognized the Baltic region as part of the Soviet sphere.
In Soviet troops overran the three republics, and the USSR annexed them as constituent republics. Soviet historians called the process a simultaneous social revolution in each republic.The Baltic Question and the Collapse of the Soviet Union.
Una Bergmane is a Baltic Sea Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia and a London School of Economics Fellow in Cold War History. She holds a PhD from Sciences Po Paris with highest distinction.