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Protection of motherhood and childhood in the soviet union
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At head of title: People"s commissariat of health of the R. S. F. S. R. State research institute for the protection of motherhood and infancy. Dr. Esther Conus.
|Statement||translated by Vera Fediaevsky.|
|Contributions||Fedı͡aevskaı͡a, Vera Mı̄khaı̆lovna, 1875- tr., Moscow (Russia). Gosudarstvennyı̆ nauchnyı̆ ı̄nstı̄tut okhrany materı̄nstva ı̄ mladenchestva.|
|LC Classifications||HV782.A6 K6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||117,  p., 1 l. incl. illus., plans, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||34004607|
Semashko (–) and his role in the creation of the state system for the protection of motherhood and infancy in our country. His contribution into attracting and engaging all persons concerned about the protection of maternal and child health, and the development of preventive care and dispensary observation, which is. Born in Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, to Joseph Stalin and his second wife Nadezhda Alliluyeva on Febru , Svetlana missed her parents for her entire childhood. As it was a norm with the high ranking Russian families, she rarely saw her parents and was mostly looked after by a nanny.
 itself, four times as large as the total number of places in day care facilities in the United States. The issue of the recency of data is, therefore, not one of niggling pedantry. The West finds it hard to grasp the pace of change in the Soviet Union, and has been taught to regard it as frozen in patterns established a generation and more ago. Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (born Ioseb Besarionis dzе Djugashvili; 18 December [O.S. 6 December] – 5 March ) was a Georgian revolutionary and Soviet politician who led the Soviet Union from the mids until as the general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (–) and premier of the Soviet Union (–).Battles/wars: Allied Intervention in the Russian .
“The Praesidium of the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. has issued an edict on increasing state aid to expectant mothers, mothers of large families and unmarried mothers; the protection of motherhood and childhood; and institution of the honorary title of Mother Heroine, the Order of Glory of Motherhood and the Motherhood Medal. Countrywide, one Soviet couple divorced for every four marriages in the first half of —about 50 percent more than in the United States, more than times the rate in Germany, and 48 times.
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The nursing mother is entitled to a half-hour in every four hours to Protection of Motherhood and Childhood in the Soviet Union. This official publication describes the attitude taken by the Soviet Union toward women and children and the practical methods employed in their education, protection and work.
The following titles of chapters illustrate the contents of the book: I, Women and Children in Prerevolutionary Russia; II.
Title ; Protection of Motherhood and Childhood in the Soviet Union, Date ; ; Identifier ; ; Type ; text ; Source ; American Left Ephemera Collection. In no country in the world does woman, as a mother and a citizen who bears the great and responsible duty of giving birth to and bringing up citizens, enjoy the same respect and protection from the law as in the USSR.
(Halberstadt had left the Soviet Union with his mother and her parents inwhen he was ) Vassily turned out to be intermittently candid but mostly evasive.
protection of motherhood and childhood in the soviet union paperback – 1 jan. by Esther Conus (Author)Author: Esther Conus.
Roughly ten million children were victims of political repression in the Soviet Union during the Stalinist era. As the sons and daughters of Soviet citizens considered by the regime to be dangerous to the political order, these children lost parents, siblings, homes, educational and work opportunities, and, in many cases, their physical health.
Children in the Soviet Union held a special place in the hearts of citizens and the Party. They represented not only the innocence of youth, but also the promise of the socialist future; in order for the international Marxist Revolution to succeed, the youth had to be treated well and educated politically.
the two eras - Soviet and post-Soviet Russia - was somewhat different in each case. Voprosy materinstva i mladenchestvawas a mouthpiece for state policy with regard to motherhood and infancy, and I treat it as such in this chapter. The discussion of this journal is thus a study of state policy and its official representation.
Get this from a library. Protection of motherhood and childhood in the Soviet Union. [Esther Conus; Vera Mı̄khaı̆lovna Fedı︠a︡evskaı︠a︡; Moscow (Russia). Gosudarstvennyı̆ nauchnyı̆ ı̄nstı̄tut okhrany materı̄nstva ı̄ mladenchestva.]. Protection of Women and Children in Soviet Russia.
Protection of Women and Children in Soviet Russia. Van de Velde, states in his book, As one of the doctors in the maternity hospital which is connected with the Institute for Protection of Motherhood and Childhood in Moscow told me, "The question is one of the most difficult with.
The next document outlines soviet law in respect to state aid to women with children in Russia was not alone in granting medals for motherhood in the interwar period; the governments of Germany, Italy, and France did so as well.
RIGHTS AND DUITIES OF File Size: KB. Other than that, this was a somewhat interesting, very well-researched book about what it was like to live in the Soviet Union in the s. The book covered topics such as food shortages, family life, the class system, etc/5.
" of the first actions of the Institute for the Protection of Motherhood and Childhood was to found factory nurseries for the pre kindergarten child -- places where the mother could leave her children on the way to work in the morning and receive them back again in the evening.
Mother Heroine (Russian: мать-героиня, Mat'-geroinya) was an honorary title in the Soviet Union awarded for bearing and raising a large family. The state's intent was not only to honor such large families but also to increase financial assistance for pregnant women, mothers of large families, and single mothers, Awarded for: Raising 10 or more children.
Protection of Women and Children in Soviet Russia. CHAPTER 3 by making clothing, etc., and by learning at her local Museum of Mother and Child, Trade Union meetings, creche meetings, etc., those points of medical and physical hygiene which are necessary to her and her husband in order that they be intelligent parents.
for marriage in. The view of the Soviet family as the basic social unit in society evolved from revolutionary to conservative; the government of the Soviet Union first attempted to weaken the family and then to strengthen it.
According to the law "Principles of Legislation on Marriage and the Family of the USSR and the Union Republics", parents are "to raise their children in the spirit of the Moral Code of the Builder of Communism.
On the draft of a law “On the Protection of Motherhood and Childhood” was published in Soviet newspapers with an appeal for public discussion of its contents. The draft included measures aimed at “combating light-minded attitudes towards the family and family obligations,” tightening restrictions on divorce, and increasing the prestige of mothers of many children.
The three stories in this book are well written yet at the same time repulsive. It's a dog eat dog world. Children are seen as a burden, not as a source of joy.
Family members are to be taken advantage of, or as obstacles. Chronically short of food, pickled cucumbers, a can of sardines and a potato or two is seen as a good meal/5(29). Chapter I. Soviet Laws on the Rights of Women and for the Protection of the Woman Worker 4 II.
General Results of the Development of Women’s Work in the Soviet Union 11 III. Woman as a Skilled Worker 25 IV. Women in Collectivisation 37 V. Woman in the Intellectual Professions and in Administrative Work 49 VI.
Likbez (Russian: ликбе́з, Russian pronunciation: [lʲɪɡˈbʲɛs]; from a Russian abbreviation for "likvidatsiya bezgramotnosti", ликвида́ция безгра́мотности, [lʲɪkvʲɪˈdatsɨjə bʲɪzˈɡramətnəsʲtʲɪ], meaning "elimination of illiteracy") was a campaign of eradication of illiteracy in Soviet Russia and Soviet Union in the s and s.
The goal of this paper is to evaluate the extent to which Stalin has used the ideology of communism to promote feminism in Soviet Union in the s and early s. In order to do so, this paper focuses on one of the central notions of Stalin’s domestic policies, the “New Soviet Woman.” This concept stresses on two major elements, industrial productivity Author: Caimiao Liu.The Family in Soviet Russia.
Magazine article. By: Sidney Webb Date: April Source: Webb, Sidney. "The Family in Soviet Russia."Current History. (April ): About the Author: Sidney Webb (–) was a British aristocrat who supported Socialism and the Soviet Union's shift from monarchy to a communist state.
Webb served as a member of Parliament .