History, like any scientific discipline of social science, is influenced by ideology, state power, which inevitably leads to the conjuncture in research. The dependence of history on the policy of the state was manifested at all stages of the development of historical science, since the annalistic period. In modern science, this dependence is characterized as a «historical policy» of the state. The article deals with only one aspect of the «historical policy» of the modern Russian state - its impact on the teaching of history in universities. There are three stages in the implementation of the «historical policy» in modern Russia. It is argued that at different stages of the impact of internal and external factors on historical science and the teaching of history manifested to varying degrees. Already in the course of perestroika in our country began to apply different theories (approaches) to the explanation of the historical process. The article shows how Ural historians in the early 1990s proposed a new method of teaching history as a multi-conceptual history, according to which the unified theory of history was replaced by a set of several theories of history; the rules of multi-theoretical study were developed, which were embodied in a number of textbooks. Textbooks proclaim the principle of equal respect (tolerance) for different interpretations of Russian history. Examines the impact mnogokasatelnoy (tolerant) paradigm for the study of history in modern historical studies.
|Translated title of the contribution||"HISTORICAL POLICY" IN MODERN RUSSIA: THE SPREAD OF THE THEORY AND METHODS OF TEACHING MULTI-CONCEPTUAL (TOLERANT) HISTORY OF RUSSIA|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
- 10.00.00 STATE AND LAW. LEGAL SCIENCES
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