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Disabled People in the USSR during the Late Stalin Era

Student: Mariya Budyakova

Supervisor: Anna S. Kimerling

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This course work is dedicated to a study of the problems of disabled people in the late Stalin era. The post-war time acquired great importance in the further development of the country. During this anomie period new norms and anomalies were born, which subsequently determined the attitude of society to many issues, including those with disabilities. Nevertheless, despite the key role of this period in the development of public thought and public policy, these years remain little explored and rethought. For this reason, the study of the problems of disabled people in the era of late Stalinism is extremely urgent.

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