Russia's Missing Middle Class: The Professions in Russian History
This work describes the emergence of the professions in late tsarist Russia and their struggle for autonomy from the aristocratic state. It also examines the ways in which the Russian professions both resembled and differed from their Western counterparts.
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Reflections on Russian Professions
The Engineering Profession in Tsarist Russia
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Russia's Missing Middle Class: The Professions in Russian History: The ...
Harley D. Balzer
Begrænset visning - 2016
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