3 edition of Soviet geographical studies. found in the catalog.
Soviet geographical studies.
|Series||Problems of the contemporary world ;, no. 39|
|Contributions||Nat͡s︡ionalʹnyĭ komitet sovetskikh geografov.|
|LC Classifications||G62 .S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||287 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||77371574|
C. D. Harris, who reviewed the works of the Soviet geographers on urban studies, reported that the Soviet urban geography, during the s, became highly ‘model-based’ as it involved the application of sophisticated quantitative techniques, followed by the development and testing of theories and models through hypothetic-deductive methods. The book will be of interest to scholars and students in the areas of racism and ethnicity studies. "What an important and much-needed addition to the growing, but still grossly insufficient, body of work on Soviet racial thinking and its impact on Soviet and post-Soviet by: 4.
The online publications platform for Regional Studies Association members. Search in: Journal Soviet Geography [The article is based on the author's book Geograficheskaya sreda i biologiya cheloveka (Geographical Environment and Human Biology), published in Moscow in ] Article Metrics Views 3. Education in the Soviet Union was guaranteed as a constitutional right to all people provided through state schools and education system which emerged after the establishment of the Soviet Union in became internationally renowned for its successes in eradicating illiteracy and cultivating a highly educated population.
Beyond State Crisis? Africa and Post-Colonial Eurasia in Comparative Perspective studies sub-Saharan Africa and the former Soviet Union, two regions beset by the breakdown of states suffering from extreme official corruption, organized crime extending into warlordism, the disintegration of human services and economic institutions, and the . The eighth book, The Cold War after Stalin’s Death: A Missed Opportunity for Peace? edited by Kenneth A. Osgood and Klaus Larres, was inspired in part by a series of three articles published by Mark Kramer in the Journal of Cold War Studies in , which underscored how quickly and dramatically Soviet foreign policy changed after Stalin’s death in March
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Soviet geographical studies. [Nat︠s︡ionalʹnyĭ komitet sovetskikh geografov.;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nat︠s︡ionalʹnyĭ komitet sovetskikh geografov. OCLC Number: developing countries --Soviet geographical studies and current problems of the third world --Urbanisation in the USA --Soviet literature on.
The seminar focuses on tendencies in the development of contemporary trends and methods of scientific geographical studies in Soviet Union and Great Britain. Organized into 16 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the contemporary. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Geographical studies on the Soviet Union.
Chicago, Ill.: Dept. of Geography, University of Chicago, ABSTRACT This is an attempt to portray some of the more important currents of thought and personalities associated with the progress of geography in pre‐Soviet Russia, with the chief aims of 1) indicating some of the roots of present Soviet geographical thinking, and 2) placing the Russian contribution as an integral yet distinctive part of Cited by: The Russian Geographical Society (Russian: Ру́сское географи́ческое о́бщество «РГО») (RGO) is a learned society based in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
It promotes exploration and geography with research programs in fields including oceanography and ethnography. A Geography of the Soviet Union, Third Edition presents the significant geographical elements of the contemporary U.S.S.R.
This book explores the human, economic, and political conditions and problems posed by the various geographical features. Organized into 11 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the comparison of the relative.
The post-Soviet states, also known as the former Soviet Union, the former Soviet Republics and in Russia as the near abroad (Russian: бли́жнее зарубе́жье, romanized: blizhneye zarubezhye), are the 15 sovereign states that emerged and re-emerged from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics following its breakup inwith Russia being the primary de facto internationally.
Over the course of the past thrity years the Soviet Union has expanded significantly both the geographical range of its involvement with developing countries, and the intensity of its political, military and economic activities.
Moreover the USSR has increasingly acted in consort with 'allies' such as Cuba and the countries of Eastern Europe. The online publications platform for Regional Studies Association members.
Soviet Geography. Search in: RSA members should log in here for free article access Report on the 19Th International Geographical Congress and the 10Th General Assembly of the International Geographical Union and the Participation of Soviet Geographers.
The Transformation of Urban Space in Post-Soviet Russia (BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies Book 30) - Kindle edition by Brade, Isolde, Axenov, Konstantin, Bondarchuk, Evgenij. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Manufacturer: Routledge. Request PDF | The Soviet Union and the Horn of Africa during the Cold War: Between Ideology and Pragmatism.
By Radoslav R. Yordanov. The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series. Lanham, MD: Lexington. Because of its geographical location, central Asia has been a cultural crossroads since the dawn of history.
The great ancient civilizations of China, Iran, India and the Turkic peoples of the northern steppes have all shaped its historical development. During 70 years of Soviet rule, however, serious attempts were made to suppress aspects of local culture, including religion.
The First British-Soviet Geographical Seminar contains the scientific reports prepared by the participants of First British-Soviet Geographical Seminar held in Great Britain on MayThe seminar focuses on tendencies in the development of contemporary trends and methods of scientific geographical studies in Soviet Union and Great Britain.
Book Description. In the Soviet empire collapsed, at a stroke throwing the certainties of the Cold War world into flux. Yet despite the dramatic end of this 'last empire', the idea of empire is still alive and well, its language and concepts feeding into public debate and academic research.
This book dissects—from both philosophical and empirical viewpoints—the peculiar developmental challenges, geopolitical contexts, and dystopic stalemates that post-Soviet societies face during their transition to new political and cultural orders.
geographical studies of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Jonathan Oldfield*, David Matless** and Adam Swain** This paper explores the origins of British geographical studies of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, in particular the ways in.
Soviet and Muslim The Institutionalization of Islam in Central Asia Eren Tasar Religion and Global Politics. The first book to describe Islam as an organically evolving faith that acquired an important political niche in Central Asia, despite Soviet pressure.
Book Description. Nation-building as a process is never complete and issues related to identity, nation, state and regime-building are recurrent in the post-Soviet region. This comparative, inter-disciplinary volume explores how nation-building tools. Encountering Soviet geography: oral histories of British geographical studies of the USSR and Eastern Europe – Article (PDF Available) in Social &.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHY IN PRE-SOVIET RUSSIA DAVID J. HOOSON University of California, Berkeley ABSTRACT. This is an attempt to portray some of the more important currents of thought and personalities associated with the progress of geography in pre-Soviet Russia, with the chief aims of 1) indicating some of the roots of present Soviet geo.
Studies in East European Thought (SEET) provides a forum for impartial scholarly discussion of philosophical thought and intellectual history of East and Central Europe, Russia, as well as post-Soviet states. SEET offers a venue for philosophical dialogue in a .This book is the first of its kind that brings together human geography and the sociology of punishment to explore the relationship between distance and punishment in con-temporary Russia.
Using established penological and geographical theories, the book presents in-depth empirical research to show how the experiences of women prisoners are shaped by the .The range of themes and the geographical spread of the book are impressive, as is the use of empirical material in many of the chapters.
It is an excellent source for academics and students alike in the field of Soviet and post-Soviet identity studies and it also has great relevance in a comparative sense beyond the region.'.