The Russian Concept of Work: Suffering, Drama, and Tradition in Pre- and Post-revolutionary Russia

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Praeger, 1995 - 166 من الصفحات

A fresh look at Russian society, this book examines Russian attitudes towards work, particularly with respect to cultural values, and socioeconomic and related political behavior. The book begins with a discussion of the historical development of the Russian perceptions of work as a complex process of negotiations between the Russian and his contemporary social institutions and practices. Examples from contemporary culture and the arts are used as a backdrop for the discussion. Using cultural history and works of art as a means to view a non-Western route to modernization, the author provides fresh, original insight into understanding the challenges of contemporary Russian society.

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Introduction
1
The Case against the Present
23
Tolstoy Bulgakov Berdyayev
35
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نبذة عن المؤلف (1995)

ANNA FELDMAN LEIBOVICH was born and raised in the former Soviet Union. She has worked as a teacher and translator in the United States and Israel and the former Soviet Union. She is currently codirector of the Intercultural Studies Project in the Multinational Institute of American Studies at New York University.

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