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NEW STRUCTURES NEW CURRICULUMS
Plans to Reform Russian Higher Education
Diversification in Russian Education
Clever Children and Curriculum Reform The Progress of Differentiation in Soviet and Russian State Schooling
The Independent Schools of St Petersburg Diversification of Schooling in Postcommunist Russia
History Education and Historiography in Soviet and PostSoviet Russia
Reform in History and Social Studies Education in Russian Secondary Schools
Reforming Medical Education in Russia
Educating Russia for a Free Press
Issues in Teacher Education
EDUCATION AND SOCIAL ISSUES
Confronting Sexuality in School and Society
After Graduation What? The Value of an Education in the New Order
The Labor Market and Education in the PostSoviet Era
Education for Management in a New Economy
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第 115 頁 - Research for this article was supported in part by a grant from the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), with funds provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities...
第 264 頁 - To be sure, thirst has to be quenched. But would a normal person normally lie down in the gutter and drink from a puddle? Or even from a glass whose edge has been greased by many lips?
第 264 頁 - ... ears when I heard that. The first state of proletarian dictatorship is battling with the counter-revolutionaries of the whole world. The situation in Germany itself calls for the greatest unity of all proletarian revolutionary forces, so that they can repel the counter-revolution which is pushing on. But active Communist women are busy discussing sex problems and the forms of marriage — "past, present and future".
第 264 頁 - I was also told that sex problems are a favourite subject in your youth organisations too, and that there are hardly enough lecturers on this subject. This nonsense is especially dangerous and damaging to the youth movement. It can easily lead to sexual excesses, to overstimulation of sex life and to wasted health and strength of young people.
第 264 頁 - ... new sex life' of young people — and frequently of the adults too — seems to me purely bourgeois and simply an extension of the good old bourgeois brothel. All this has nothing in common with free love as we Communists understand it. No doubt you have heard about the famous theory that in communist society satisfying sexual desire and the craving for love is as simple and trivial as 'drinking a glass of water.
第 139 頁 - Unleashing the Energy of History, Mentioning the Unmentionable, and Restructuring Soviet Historical Awareness: Moscow, 1987," Australian Slavonic and East European Studies 1, no.
第 115 頁 - Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the US Department of State. None of these organizations is responsible for the views expressed.
第 264 頁 - ... Clara, is even worse. I have been told that at the evenings arranged for reading and discussion with working women, sex and marriage problems come first. They are said to be the main objects of interest in your political instruction and educational work. I could not believe my ears when I heard that. The first state of proletarian dictatorship is battling with the counter-revolutionaries of the whole world. The situation in Germany itself calls for the greatest unity of all proletarian revolutionary...
第 71 頁 - ... that excessive creation of credit and liquidity contributes nothing to the long-run growth of our productive potential and much to costly shorter-term fluctuations. Moreover, it promotes inflation, impairing the economy's longer-term potential output. Our objective has never been to contain inflation as an end in itself, but rather as a precondition for the highest possible long-run growth of output and income -- the ultimate goal of macroeconomic policy.