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Holmes, Larry E. (Larry Eugene), 1942-. How ordinary Russians experience their lives and world : a report of a, Larry E. Holmes ; with a foreword by Ben Eklof. Edwin Mellen Press, c2008. Foreword, Ben Eklof - Ch.
Holmes reveals a tangled and complex relationship of local, regional, and national agencies. In so doing, it departs from traditional models of Soviet power with their neatly drawn vertical and horizontal lines of command. It also demonstrates institutional and personal behavior simultaneously consistent with and at odds with a triumphalist wartime narrative.
Автор: Eklof Ben, Holmes Larry . Kaplan Vera Название: Educational Reform in Post-Soviet Russia: Legacies .
Описание: This volume consists of a collection of essays devoted to study of the most recent educational reform in Russia. In his first decree Boris Yeltsin proclaimed education a top priority of state policy. Yet the economic decline which accompanied the collapse of the Soviet Union dealt a crippling blow to reformist aspirations, and to the.
Most Russian elderly clinics house people who need entirely different . In early 2016, Russian officials approved an action plan to improve living conditions for older citizens.
Most Russian elderly clinics house people who need entirely different kinds of assistance: some people suffer from dementia, others have become temporarily disabled (for example, they can’t walk and need rehab), and others could be living on their own, if they hadn’t lost their homes. Older people are often left homeless thanks to fraudsters or rapacious relatives). In a report, titled International Experience in Creating Long-Term Care Systems, the foundation points out that people caring for elderly relatives more often quit their jobs, live near poverty, and stop paying taxes.