Social Capital and Social Cohesion in Post-Soviet Russia
This work shows that the collapse of socialist employment and social service systems - and of the USSR itself - has had profoundly damaging effects, manifested in dislocation and homelessness, ethnic strife, family breakdown, declining life expectancy, and soaring rates of violence and crime.
- Paperback | 344 pages
- 147.8 x 233.2 x 22.6mm | 467.21g
- 21 Aug 2003
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- M.E. Sharpe
- Armonk, United States
- tables, figures, index
Table of contents
This survey of the changes in education and socialization in the former USSR examines the institutions that are shaping the first post-Soviet generation. Chapters provide reports on such questions as diversification and the development of independent schools, curriculum reform and democratization.