Russia's Missing Middle Class: The Professions in Russian History

Harley D. Balzer
M.E. Sharpe, 1996 - 330 sider
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A history of the Russian professional communities prior to 1917 prefaces the contemporary changes being experienced in the country as it rejoins the global community. The 10 scholarly essays underline the disappearance of the professional class in Russian society and examine the fields of engineering, medicine, psychiatry, education, and law. Paper edition (unseen), $29.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Reflections on Russian Professions
The Engineering Profession in Tsarist Russia
Politics and Medical Professionalization After 1905
Professionalism and Politics The Russian Feldsher Movement 18911918
Professionalization and Radicalization Russian Psychiatrists Respond to 1905
Professional Activism and Association Among Russian Teachers 18641905
Professionalism Among University Professors
The Transfer of Legal Technology and Culture Law Professionals in Tsarist Russia
The Limits of Professionalization Russian Governors at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
Professionalism in the Ministerial Bureaucracy on the Eve of the February Revolution of 1917
Conclusion The Missing Middle Class

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