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The Profession of the late Soviet Period in the Gender Dimension: (the case of Perm Oil Sector)

Student: Anna Chaschukhina

Supervisor: Anna S. Kimerling

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

For a long time, the woman was out of the field of view of researchers. The main historical narrative ignored her participation in the life of the state and society, making her activities invisible. However, recently the situation is beginning to change. This work is intended to supplement the knowledge about the history of women. It attempts to study the professional activities of women in the late Soviet period in one of the industries - the Perm oil industry - in several directions. First, on the basis of the theory of identity, theories of social and gender construction, the female narrative about the profession is studied. Secondly, within the framework of semiotic analysis and social phenomenology, her visual and verbal appearance, transmitted by Soviet periodicals, is considered.

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