Russia after communism

editors, Rick Fawn and Stephen White

Russia's transition from communism holds great significance not only for itself but also for the wider world. This collection of essays examines the spectrum of Russia's transition since 1991 - considering not only the pattern of events but also what the changes have meant for Russians themselves.

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  • Correcting the incorrigible? Russia's relations with the West over Chechnya, Rick Fawn
  • censorship in Russia, 1991 and 2001, Martin Dewhirst
  • ten years on, what do the Russians think?, Stephen White
  • a liberation from emancipation? changing discourses on women's employment in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, Rebecca Kay
  • Mujahedeen, Mafia, madmen - Russian perceptions of Chechens during the wars in Chechnya, 1994-96 and 1999-2001, John Russell
  • church and state in contemporary Russia - conflicting discourses, Edwin Bacon
  • developments in the Russian language in the post-Soviet period, Lara Ryazanova-Clarke
  • the Russia media in the 1990s, Laura Belin
  • the evolution of Russian foregin policy in the 1990s, Allen C. Lynch.

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書名 Russia after communism
著作者等 Fawn, Rick
White, Stephen
出版元 Frank Cass
刊行年月 2002
ページ数 188 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0714682586
NCID BA59362527
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス