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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikolay Andreshko
Soviet Woman in the Formation of the New Soviet Life (1920–1930)
History
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
In domestic and foreign historiography, there has been significant discussion about the genesis of the socio-political role of soviet women of 1920s. The problem is considered to be mainly in the institutional context: researchers have focused primarily on issues related to the work of women's party organizations (women's departments), the activities of socially active women's groups (social activists, delegates, communists) and they are practically disclosed for now.

On the other hand, the number of researches on the socio-cultural appearance and daily life of the Soviet woman of the 1920s, in our opinion, is still not enough. Ideas about the women's "everyday world", the early stage of the evolution of the social and family status of Soviet women, the forms of regulation of everyday life and control of the private sphere have been largely neglected. It requires clarification.

This study seeks to explore more fully the impact of the modernization policies of the Soviet state and their attempts to reform the human self on social-cultural image and daily life of a Soviet townswoman during the period of the 1920s.

The basis for this study are women's journals, which were published in the 20-ies of XX century in USSR, the legislative acts of the 20s of XX century and works of the Bolsheviks and Marxists about women issue.

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