3 edition of Soviet law and Soviet society found in the catalog.
Soviet law and Soviet society
George Constantine Guins
|Statement||George C. Guins.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 457 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||457|
|LC Control Number||79001604|
"This book is an unconventional reappraisal of Soviet law: a field that is ripe for re-evaluation, now that it is clear of Cold War cobwebs and is, as this book shows, surprisingly topical and newly compelling. Scott Newton argues here that the Soviet order was a work of law. Drawing on a wide range of sources - including Russian-language Soviet statues and regulations, jurisprudence and legal. Dezinformatsia: Active Measures in Soviet Strategy (and a later edition published as Dezinformatsia: The Strategy of Soviet Disinformation) is a non-fiction book about disinformation and information warfare used by the KGB during the Soviet Union period, as part of their active measures tactics. The book was co-authored by Richard H. Shultz, professor of international politics at Tufts.
Soviet law and Soviet society: ethical foundations of the Soviet structure, mechanism of the planned economy, duties and rights of peasants and workers, rulers and toilers, the family and the state, Soviet justice, national minorities and their autonomy, the people's democracies and the Soviet . Khrushchev's Thaw opened the Soviet society to a degree that allowed some foreign movies, books, art and music. Some previously banned writers and composers, such as Anna Akhmatova and Mikhail Zoshchenko, among others, were brought back to public life, as the official Soviet .
Soviet law and Soviet society; ethical foundations of the Soviet structure; mechanism of the planned economy; duties and rights of peasants and workers; rulers and toilers; the family and the state; Soviet justice; national minorities and their autonomy; the people's democracies and the Soviet . Their work moves the field of Soviet history several large steps forward." --Slavic Review. Lenin's New Economic Policy of the s, although a relatively free and open potential alternative to Soviet communism, was also a time of extreme tension, as Russian society and culture were rocked by the forces of resistance and s: 1.
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Soviet Law and Soviet Society Ethical Foundations of the Soviet Structure. Mechanism of the Planned Economy. Duties and Rights of Peasants and Workers. Rulers and Toilers. The Family and the State. Soviet Justice. National Minorities and Their Autonomy. The People’s Democracies and the Soviet Pattern for a United World.
OCLC Number: Notes: "Illini book." Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Soviet law and United States-Soviet relations / Demitri B. Shimkin --Soviet procedures in civil decisions: a changing balance between public and civic systems of public order / Dennis M.
O'Connor --They answer (to) Pravda / Bernard A. Ramundo --Plan and contract performance in Soviet law / Dietrich A. Loeber. Soviet concept of law. Soviet law was rooted in pre-revolutionary Russian law and -revolutionary influences included Byzantine law, Mongol law, Russian Orthodox Canon law, and Western n law was mostly absent until the judicial reform of Alexander II infive decades before the revolution.
Despite this, the supremacy of law and Soviet law and Soviet society book before the law. This is the first treatise on Russia's new legal system, as it emerged from the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The first part of the book analyses in detail the political and economic origins of. It was published by Grabar at the dawn of the Soviet era and is a kind of anthology of all international law concerning Russia from Soviet Population Policy: Conflicts and Constraints focuses on the study of population policy in the USSR.
The text looks at the problems identified with population, including migration, depopulation of rural areas, and rapid urbanization. The book starts by outlining the development of Soviet census, considering its purposes and methods involved.
Her first book Empire of Nations: Ethnographic Knowledge and the Making of the Soviet Union (Cornell UP, ) received the Herbert Baxter Adams, Wayne S. Vucinich, and Council for European Studies book prizes. She specializes in Russian and Soviet History, Modern European History, Comparative Empires, Russian-American Engagement, and the.
This book examines the social and cultural impact of the 'thaw' in Cold War relations, decision-making and policy formation in the Soviet Union under Nikita Khrushchev. It highlights the fact that many of the reform initiatives generally associated with Khrushchev personally, and with his period of office more generally, often had their roots in the Stalin period both in their content and in.
Title Soviet legal theory: its social background and development / by Rudolf Schlesinger. Author Schlesinger, Rudolf., author. Edition Second edition. Description 1 online resource (xiii, pages).
: Writings on Soviet Law and Soviet International Law: A Bibliography of Books and Articles Published since in Languages Other than East European (): William E Butler: Books. Law begins with the following definition, in italics: "Soviet Socialist Criminal Law is the combination of norms promulgated by the Socialist state defining what actions are crimes and what punishments may be applied for their commission." ALL-UNIoN INSTITUTE OF JURIDICAL SCIENCE, CRIMINAL LAW, GENERAL PAlr 3 () (in Russian).
Soviet law, also called socialist law, law developed in Russia after the communist seizure of power in and imposed throughout the Soviet Union in the s. After World War II, the Soviet legal model also was imposed on Soviet-dominated regimes in eastern and centralruling communist parties in China, Cuba, North Korea, and Vietnam adopted variations of Soviet law.
She was a founding member of the Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry. Inshe returned with her family to Israel and has been active in various spheres of Israeli Society since. Books That Inspired The Soviet Union The Communist Manifesto: A Modern Edition (Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels) The Communist Manifesto is probably one of the books that has impacted the world the most.
The book is an introduction to Marxism, an ideology that inspired Lenin to lead the masses to rise up against the ruling elite and try to work for a fairer society for the working classes. Death and Redemption offers a fundamental reinterpretation of the role of the Gulag--the Soviet Union's vast system of forced-labor camps, internal exile, and prisons--in Soviet society.
Soviet authorities undoubtedly had the means to exterminate all the prisoners who passed through the Gulag, but unlike the Nazis they did not conceive of their concentration camps as instruments of s: 2.
This book makes a substantial selection of such outstanding work easily available. At the same time it seeks to meet another need, that for a single source in which the student or reader can find a thorough and reliable picture of Soviet society as a whole.
This book is intended for historians and the general public who are interested in scientific-technical revolution. Show less Soviet and East European Law and the Scientific-Technical Revolution discusses the various perceptions and understandings of the scientific technical revolution (STR) and its effect on the legal systems of the USSR and.
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The view of the Soviet family as the basic social unit in society evolved from revolutionary to conservative; the government of the Soviet Union first attempted to weaken the family and then to strengthen it.
According to the law "Principles of Legislation on Marriage and the Family of the USSR and the Union Republics", parents are "to raise their children in the spirit of the Moral Code.
Jordan’s book represents a major contribution to the study of Russian legal institutions, as well as post-Soviet Russian politics. As such, the book should be of interest to Russian specialists as well as a broader audience interested in comparative law and the development of civil society.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Alekseev, S.S.
(Sergeĭ Sergeevich). Law and legal culture in Soviet society. Moskva: Progress Publishers, ©"From the earliest years of the Soviet regime, deliberate transformation of the role of women in economic, political, and family life aimed at incorporating female mobilization into a larger strategy of national development.
Addressing a neglected problem in the literature on modernization, the author brings an interdisciplinary approach to the analysis of the motivations, mechanisms, and.