The Social Legacy of Communism

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Cambridge University Press, 1994年8月26日 - 404 頁
Whereas current work on the transition from communism in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union has emphasized the "polity" and the "economy", this book considers four basic areas: ethnic issues, deviance and health, social cleavages, and labor and elitism.

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Introduction The social legacies and the aftermath of communism
1
Making up for lost choice the shaping of ethnic identity in postSoviet states
31
From ethnicity to nationalism turmoil in the Russian miniempire
56
Ethnicity nationalism and the communist legacy in Eastern Europe
89
The social construction of deviance and the transition from communist rule
111
Crime and the collapse of the Soviet state
130
Drug abuse in Central and Eastern Europe
149
Postcommunist medicine morbidity mortality and the deteriorating health situation
178
The social legacy of communism women children and the feminization of poverty
252
The religious renaissance in the Soviet Union and its successor states
271
Elitism in postcommunist Russia some interim comments
309
Labor politics in postcommunist Russia a preliminary assessment
329
Unemployment in the former Soviet Union
354
Conclusion Reflections on the social legacy of communism
379
About the authors
386
Index
389

Health and mortality in Central and Eastern Europe retrospect and prospect
196
Communisms legacy and Russian youth
229

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