Abstract

The book discusses the formation and evolution of early Soviet society in the context of the social engineering theory, which sheds a new light on Soviet history in 1917–1936. ‘Socialist building' is seen as an experience of constructing an ‘ideal' society, based on utopian communist ideas. This book is meant for professional historians and for readers interested in the twentiethcentury Russian history.
Translated title of the contributionEarly Soviet Society as a Social Project, 1917–1930s
Original languageRussian
Place of PublicationЕкатеринбург
PublisherИздательство Уральского университета
Number of pages468
VolumeЧасть 1. Страна Советов: пространство, власть, экономика
ISBN (Print)978-5-7996-2467-5, 978-5-7996-2468-2 (Часть 1)
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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