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Natalia Dobrosmyslova
Representations about Mothers and Fathers in the Soviet Public Discourse in 1968-1991 (on Materials of Special Female Editions "Working Woman", "Peasant")
2019
This study attempts to analyze and identify images of mother and father formed in 1968-1991 in the Soviet magazines "Peasant Woman" and "Worker" and reconstruct the dynamics of their changes during the given period. For this purpose, through an analysis of the academic literature key historically and socially significant topics regarding mother and father were determined; an analysis of the reflection of key topics in these periodicals was carried out. The findings were used to identify basic characteristics of the images of the mother and father in these journals; methodological recommendations were developed on this topic for teaching history at school.

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