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Reсeption of Western Theories of Historical Science in Russian Periodical and Serial Publications (1988 – 2002)

ФИО студента: Andrej Likhaczkij

Руководитель: Irina M. Savelieva

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of History

Программа: Master

Год защиты: 2014

<p align="center"><strong>Summary.</strong></p><p>The main purpose of this work is research on reception`s models in three almanacs &ldquo;Odysseus&rdquo;, &ldquo;Casus&rdquo;, and THESIS in the period from 1988 to 2002. Author allocated three reception models, with the help of theories of cultural transfer and combined text-based analysis with co-reference analysis.</p><p>The process of reception of western ideas in the almanac &ldquo;Odysseus&rdquo; can be expanded into three parts. The first period lasted from 1989 until 1992. The second time interval can be characterized like transitive. He lasted from 1993 until 1997. Next period begun in 1998 and ended at 2002. In the first period authors of articles in the &ldquo;Odysseus&rdquo; provided original methods of the scientific research. The impact of western theories was local. The situation changed nearly year 2002, when the most of scholars, begun to use specific western terms and theories in their work.</p><p>Another model of reception was invented in the almanac &ldquo;Casus&rdquo;. Authors of articles in this almanac invented own original theory under the impact of western ideas of historical science. Western theory served Russian scholars only as a starting point.</p><p>The almanac`s THESIS main goal was a translation of the western theory in the community of Russian historians. Editorial board of these almanac invented new types of selection materials for publishing.</p>

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