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Young people in post-communist Russia and Eastern Europe /
edited by James Riordan, Christopher Williams, Igor Ilynsky.
imprint
Aldershot, Hants ; Brookfield, Vt. : Dartmouth, c1995.
description
xvi, 215 p.
ISBN
1855216728
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imprint
Aldershot, Hants ; Brookfield, Vt. : Dartmouth, c1995.
isbn
1855216728
general note
Essays presented at a conference on "The problems facing contemporary Russian and Eastern Europe youth" at the Institute of Youth Studies, Moscow, in late November 1993.
catalogue key
1382622
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
General and Comparative Problems
The status and development of youth in post-Soviet society
"Respectable fears" versus "moral panics": Youth as a social problem in Russia and Britain
Proto-democracy or proto-authoritarianism? Young people and the variants of post-totalitarian development
Russia and the C.I.S.: State youth policy in Russia today
Russian youth in a transient society
The rise and fall of a youth elite in Russia
The spiritual and cultural values of young people in post-Totalitarian state
The value orientations of Belorus youth
Eastern Europe: Young people between war and peace in the former Yugoslavia
Xenophobia and ethnocentricity in the former German Democratic Republic
Youth and society in Slovakia
Youth beliefs and values in Bulgaria
Conclusions: Prioritising youth in Russia: An investment for the future
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
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