Social change in Soviet Russia.


Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1968.

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Subjects Changement social.
Social conditions
Soviet Union -- Social conditions.
Soviet Union.
Sowjetunion.
Sozialer Wandel.
URSS -- Conditions sociales.
Series Russian Research Center studies ; 57.
Description xviii, 475 pages 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Collection of 21 essays and research reports by the author reprinted from various sources.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 437-442).
Contents Social change in Soviet Russia -- The challenge of a stable Russia -- Fifty years of the Soviet revolution -- The totalitarian mystique: some impressions of the dynamics of totalitarian society -- Images of class relations among former Soviet citizens -- Modal personality and adjustment to the Soviet sociopolitical system -- Social stratification in the modernization of Russia -- Social stratification and mobility in the Soviet Union -- National comparisons of occupational prestige -- Multidimensional ratings of occupations -- Family and church in postwar U.S.S.R. -- Social change and social character: the role of parental mediation -- Soviet nationality policy in perspective -- Developments in Soviet mass communications -- Critical letters to the Soviet press -- Communist propaganda and counterpropaganda -- The Soviet characterization of the voice of America -- The Soviet response to the voice of America: a case study in propaganda warfare -- The Soviet social system: model for Asia? -- Russia and the United States: a problem in comparative sociology -- Models and issues in the analysis of Soviet society.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)252850
(OCoLC)ocm00252850
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Inkeles, Alex, 1920-
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