«Three bubenshiks, two transelists, two bunchuk»: Transformation of culture Everyday life of South Russia Cossack village in 1930s

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The cultural and everyday life transformation and development of Cossack villages in the south of Russia in conditions of collective farm building over 1930s are analyzed. The negative impact of forced collectivization on Cossack daily routine is revealed. The positive trends dominating in the sphere of cultural and everyday life of Don, Kuban and Terek Cossacks are elicited and considered as a result of organizational and economic strengthening of the collective farm system taking place in late 1930s.

A P Skorik

South-Russia State Technical University(Novocherkassk Polytechnical Institute)

Кафедра теории государства и права и отечественной истории; Южно-Российский государственный технический университет(Новочеркасский политехнический институт); South-Russia State Technical University(Novocherkassk Polytechnical Institute)

T A Samsonenko

Sochi State University of Tourism and Health Resort Business

Кафедра туризма и курортного дела; Сочинский государственный университет туризма и курортного дела; Sochi State University of Tourism and Health Resort Business

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