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2016 | 6 |
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Kobiety radzieckiego samizdatu we współczesnej kulturze rosyjskiej - skomplikowane drogi feministek drugiej fali

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The article aims to reconstruct the history of women who created female Soviet samizdat Woman and Russia and magazine Maria. They are examples of  a postsoviet woman who needs to find a place for herself in the new Russian reality after  the fall  of the Eastern Block. Despite her experience in dissident activity she cannot find her place in the new women`s movement in Russia. The Russian women’s movement in 90’s had two main sources: women organizations originating from the Soviet times and the Russian feminist research institutes, which were cooperating with Western feminist organizations. Despite big popularity of women`s organization in the beginning nowadays Russia has got a problem with poor social and political activity of Russian women.  The author of the article indicates several reasons for such a situation.
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The article aims to reconstruct the history of women who created female Soviet samizdat Woman and Russia and magazine Maria. They are examples of  a postsoviet woman who needs to find a place for herself in the new Russian reality after  the fall  of the Eastern Block. Despite her experience in dissident activity she cannot find her place in the new women`s movement in Russia. The Russian women’s movement in 90’s had two main sources: women organizations originating from the Soviet times and the Russian feminist research institutes, which were cooperating with Western feminist organizations. Despite big popularity of women`s organization in the beginning nowadays Russia has got a problem with poor social and political activity of Russian women.  The author of the article indicates several reasons for such a situation.
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6
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2016
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2018-09-22
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_kw_2016_6_10
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