The Soviet nationality reader : the disintegration in context

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The Soviet nationality reader : the disintegration in context

edited by Rachel Denber

Westview Press, 1992

  • : hard
  • : pbk

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"Published in cooperation with the Nationalities and Siberian Studies Program, W. Averell Harriman Institute for Advanced Study of the Soviet Union, Columbia University"--Added t.p

Includes bibliographical references

内容説明・目次

巻冊次

: hard ISBN 9780813310268

内容説明

Setting the context for the crisis threatening to fragment the USSR, this reader presents essays by Western scholars who have helped to shape the debates within the field of Soviet nationality studies. Focusing first on the historical development of the multi-ethnic state, the discussions then turn to specific problem areas, including political stability, language policy, federalism, elites and nationalism, evaluating how they have contributed to the current crisis. An introductory essay by the editor analyzes opposing perspectives in each field of debate. Written for use as a textbook in college or graduate courses on Soviet nationality problems or Soviet domestic politics, this anthology of several decades of study is intended to appeal to students and professors alike.

目次

  • Part 1 History and ideology: the Soviet prototype, Walker Connor
  • the establishment of the Union of Soviet Socialist republics, Richard Pipes
  • what's in a nation?, Grey Hodnett
  • when the "prison of peoples" was opened, Hlne Carre d'Encausse. Part 2 Federalism: the evolution of the Soviet federal system, Gregory Gleason
  • the debate over Soviet federalism, G. Hodnett
  • Soviet federalism and ethnic mobilization, Philip G. Roeder. Part 3 Elites and ethnic stratification: cadres policy in nationality areas - recruitment of CPSU first and second secretaries in non-Russian republics of the USSR, John H. Miller
  • ethnicity, the personnel weapon and neo-imperial integration - Ukrainian and RSFSR provincial officials compared, Mark Beissinger
  • Muslim cadres and soviet political development - reflections from a comparative perspective, Stephen L. Burg
  • the ethnic scene in the Soviet Union - the view of dictatorship, John Armstrong. Part 4 Economy: nationalities and the Soviet economy, Gertrude E. Schroeder
  • half full or half empty? the debate over Soviet regional equality, Donna Bahry and Carol Nechemais
  • the evolution of Soviet fiscal federalism, D. Bahry
  • who gets hired for what?, Nancy Lubin. Part 5 Language: language, culture, religion and national awareness, John Dunlop
  • Soviet language planning, Jonathon Poole
  • equality and efficiency in Soviet bilingual education policy, 1934-1980, Barbara A. Anderson and Brian D. Silver. Part 6 Nationalism and nationalist movements: the dialectics of nationalism in the USSR, Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone
  • ethnonationalsim and political stability - the Soviet case, Gail Warshofsky Lapidus
  • Lithuanian national policies, V. Stanley Vardys
  • nationalism and democracy in Gorbachev's Soviet Union - the case of Karabagh, Ronald Szporluk. Part 7 Coping with the nationalities crisis: ethnic politics in the Soviet Union, Paul Goble
  • the sobering of Gorbachev - nationality, restructuring and the West, Alexander J. Motyl
  • Soviet federalism, Stephan Kux
  • sovietology in one country, or comparative nationalities studies, A. Motyl.
巻冊次

: pbk ISBN 9780813310275

内容説明

Setting the context for the crisis that has fragmented the former USSR, this reader presents key essays by notable Western scholars who have shaped the debates within the field of Soviet nationality studies. Focusing first on the historical development of the Soviet multiethnic state, the discussions then turn to specific problem areas, including federalism, elites, economy, language policy, and nationalism. An introductory essay by the editor discusses how the works in teh book contribute to our understanding of the current disintegration and analyzes opposing perspectives in the debates. Intended for use as a textbook in undergraduate or graduate courses on Soviet nationality problems or Soviet and post-Soviet domestic politics, this anthology will be valuable for students and professors alike.

目次

  • Part 1 History and ideology: the Soviet prototype, Walker Connor
  • the establishment of the Union of Soviet Socialist republics, Richard Pipes
  • what's in a nation?, Grey Hodnett
  • when the "prison of peoples" was opened, Hlne Carre d'Encausse. Part 2 Federalism: the evolution of the Soviet federal system, Gregory Gleason
  • the debate over Soviet federalism, G. Hodnett
  • Soviet federalism and ethnic mobilization, Philip G. Roeder. Part 3 Elites and ethnic stratification: cadres policy in nationality areas - recruitment of CPSU first and second secretaries in non-Russian republics of the USSR, John H. Miller
  • ethnicity, the personnel weapon and neo-imperial integration - Ukrainian and RSFSR provincial officials compared, Mark Beissinger
  • Muslim cadres and soviet political development - reflections from a comparative perspective, Stephen L. Burg
  • the ethnic scene in the Soviet Union - the view of dictatorship, John Armstrong. Part 4 Economy: nationalities and the Soviet economy, Gertrude E. Schroeder
  • half full or half empty? the debate over Soviet regional equality, Donna Bahry and Carol Nechemais
  • the evolution of Soviet fiscal federalism, D. Bahry
  • who gets hired for what?, Nancy Lubin. Part 5 Language: language, culture, religion and national awareness, John Dunlop
  • Soviet language planning, Jonathon Poole
  • equality and efficiency in Soviet bilingual education policy, 1934-1980, Barbara A. Anderson and Brian D. Silver. Part 6 Nationalism and nationalist movements: the dialectics of nationalism in the USSR, Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone
  • ethnonationalsim and political stability - the Soviet case, Gail Warshofsky Lapidus
  • Lithuanian national policies, V. Stanley Vardys
  • nationalism and democracy in Gorbachev's Soviet Union - the case of Karabagh, Ronald Szporluk. Part 7 Coping with the nationalities crisis: ethnic politics in the Soviet Union, Paul Goble
  • the sobering of Gorbachev - nationality, restructuring and the West, Alexander J. Motyl
  • Soviet federalism, Stephan Kux
  • sovietology in one country, or comparative nationalities studies, A. Motyl.

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