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Student
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Elena Khatimova
Post-Soviet Assessment of Ethnic Cleansing and Deportations of the Stalin Period in School Textbooks
2017
The research attempt on the material of school textbooks on Russian history to explore the post-Soviet period is complete and the information content of the presentation topics of deported peoples; to identify the nature of the correlation and presentation of historical policy.

Problems of repressed peoples are among the most acute, because hundreds of thousands of deported peoples, these historical events are relevant and conflict-until now.

The research traced the character of presentation themes of repressed peoples in textbooks of the first post-Soviet decade and the impact of political regulation on the presentation of the theme of repressed peoples in textbooks beginning of the XXI century.

In today's difficult conditions - in terms of information and ideological war - the course content of school history becomes a decisive factor in the ideological national security.

In the XXI century, there is a controlled process of formation of historical interpretations at national level. During this process, the state assumed responsibility for the education sector and has played an active role in it.

Subject deported peoples and their subsequent rehabilitation - it is tragic and has not turned page of our history. She deserves a closer relationship than the one that exists at the moment.

Peripherality those ethnic groups who have been deported, was the cause of a relatively weak public interest in understanding this tragedy.

Keywords: deportation of peoples, rehabilitation, school textbook, historical policy.

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