Большевистское проектирование "нового человека" в раннесоветский период: теоретические основы, политико-идеологические приоритеты, эволюция подходов

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Статья посвящена анализу теоретических предпосылок и политико-идеологических приоритетов большевистского проектирования «нового человека» в раннесоветский период. Показаны марксистские истоки идей большевистского проектирования, их трансформация в трудах В.И. Ленина и других лидеров коммунистической партии и советского государства. Обозначены основные механизмы и инструменты конструирования нового человека, практики социальной мобилизации, приобщения к политической культуре большевизма. Подчеркивается роль наследия Первой мировой войны в институализации большевиками практик социального инжиниринга, принуждения и насилия как методов создания «нового человеческого материала». Показаны разногласия в среде большевистского руководства в трактовке путей формирования «нового человека», охарактеризован гендерный аспект проблемы. Выделены два этапа в большевистском проектировании «нового человека» в раннесоветский период (1917-1920-е гг.; конец 1920-х - середина 1930-х гг.), показаны факторы и направленность его эволюции.

Переведенное названиеБольшевистское проектирование "нового человека" в раннесоветский период: теоретические основы, политико-идеологические приоритеты, эволюция подходов
ЯзыкАнглийский
Страницы67-84
Число страниц17
ЖурналВестник Российского университета дружбы народов. Серия: История России
Том18
Номер выпуска1
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2019

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1920s
Soviet Period
1930s
New Woman
Bolshevism
Coercion
Person
Engineers
Institutionalization
Moral Character
Communist Party
Way of Life
World War I
Communist
Builders
Mobilization
Political Culture

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