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The Moulding of Ukraine

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ISBN: 9789639241251 9786155211645 Year: Language: English
Publisher: Central European University Press
Subject: Political Science
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With the disintegration of the Soviet Union, a number of new states were created that had little or no claim to any previous existence. Ukraine is one of the countries that faced not only political, social and economic transformation, but also state formation and the redefinition of national identity. This book uses Ukraine as a case study in trying to trace the key moments of decision making in the course of creating a new state while shedding the legacies of ""Soviet-type"" statehood. The Mo...

Der Russische Interdiskurs und seine Entwicklung

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Book Series: Slavistische Beitraege ISBN: 9783876907802 Year: Pages: 621 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: History
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The present work is an empirical analysis of Soviet Socialist and Russian textbooks. Its aim is to reconstruct essential parts of the Soviet and Russian interdisciplinary discourse. It should be found out how the Soviet and Russian interdisciplinary content is structured and how it is socialized in textbooks. The underlying problem of the work as a whole is the question of the possibilities of describing and explaining the culture-specific language or culturally marked communication which generally occurs in cultures and the mechanisms of their functioning. It is therefore about the explanation of the phenomenon of "culture-specific communication", which is known from everyday experience, which becomes particularly obvious, for example, if one does not feel understood in a foreign culture or can not understand the behavior of others, precisely because it is " culturally specific "is different from what is taken for granted and" normal "in one's own culture.

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