6 edition of Home, school and leisure in theSoviet Union found in the catalog.
by Allen & Unwin in London
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Jenny Brine, Maureen Perrie, Andrew Sutton.|
|Contributions||Brine, Jenny., Perrie, Maureen., Sutton, Andrew.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
Physical Education in the Soviet Union is presented through radio, television, books, newspapers, magazines, movies, songs, celebrations, and the arts - opera, ballet, sculpture, paintings. Teaching and learning in Soviet schools is planned with the intention of inculcating responsibility to the collective. This. I read this book out of novelty, as a person who grew up with Soviet food in the last days of the Soviet Union. And while the historical anecdotes are amusing, and recipes are informative, the book comes up short on describing an authentic Soviet experience, being written through the lens of people who seem to never have left the relative comfort of Moscow and its environs/5.
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Toronto Public Library. Publication date Note "This volume is dedicated to the memory of Geoffrey Russell Barker, " ISBN Labour and Leisure in the Soviet Union: The Conflict between Public and Private Decision-Making in a Planned Economy 1st ed.
Edition by William Moskoff (Author) › Visit Amazon's William Moskoff Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 9. the University of Birmingham^ Home School and Leisure in the Soviet Union comprises a collection of essays written by some of Barker's colleagues and postgraduate students.
The title is broad and vague; the content is correspondingly wide-ranging and amorphous. The headings for the book's three divisions echo and only barely. If you are curious and want to read any, here are recommended books about the Soviet Union for children.
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Leisure. Pages Moskoff, William. Book Title Labour and Leisure in the Soviet Union Book SubtitleBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Labour and Leisure in the Soviet Union The Conflict between Public and Private Decision-Making in a Planned Economy. About this book. Keywords. labour Soviet Union Union Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) Authors and affiliations.
Heitlinger, A. ()Women and State Socialism: Sex Inequality in the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia, London: Macmillan. Google Scholar Holt, A. () “Domestic Labour and Soviet Society”, in Brine, J. et al. (eds), Home School, and Leisure in the Soviet Union, London: George, Allen and by: 4.
4 Jenny Brine, "Reading as a Leisure Pursuit in the USSR," in Home, School and Leisure in the Soviet Union, ed. Jenny Brine, Maureen Perrie, and Andrew Sutton (Boston: George Allen and Unwin, ), pp. 5 Gregory Walker, "Readerships in the USSR: Some Evidence from Post-War Studies," Oxford Slavonic Papers, n.s.
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