No 1 (2014)

ARTICLES
WESTERN SIBERIA SALT INDUSTRY IN WORKS OF G.F. MILLER AND HIS FOLLOWERS IN 18 TH CENTURY
Gefke N.A.
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Historical studies of Western Siberia salt industry began in the 18 th century. Different facts connected with the salt production and supply firstly appeared in the works of G.F. Miller and later in the books of I.E. Fisher and M.D. Chulkov. The article considers the issues raised by the scientists and defines the succession level in the Russian-language publications of the 18 th and 20 th centuries.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):5-16
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FOREIGN POLICY OF NICHOLAS I IN ASSESSMENTS OF DOMESTIC CONSERVATIVES OF MID-XIX TH CENTURY
Linkova E.V.
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The article analyses Russian conservatives’ various assessments of the mid-XIX th century foreign policy during the reign of Nicholas I. The author also examines the problem of the perception of Nicholas I’s personality and work in the views of conservative thinkers in Russia due to the changes in the foreign policy of the country caused by the transformation of Russia’s role in the international arena.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):17-24
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USSR ETHNIC POLICY IN PRE-WAR PERIOD (1938-1941)
Sinitsyn F.L.
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In the article the author analyses the main aspects of the Soviet ethnic policy course during the period preceding the Great Patriotic War (1938-1941): strengthening of the Russian ethnic factor, formation of the ‘Soviet patriotism’concept, propaganda of ‘the friendship of peoples’, as well as the conjugation of the new directions of the ethnic policy and ‘the proletarian internationalism’. The author shows that the ethnic policy implemented during the mentioned period laid the basis for moral mobilizing of the Soviet people during the war, though this policy was not brought to the conclusion.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):25-34
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STATE AND PROSPECTS OF HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS DEVELOPMENT IN MODERN RUSSIA
Kozmenko V.M., Tsai V.I.
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The article considers the significance of the historical education and upbringing in the establishment of the historical consciousness of Russian young people. The authors show the most effective trends of its formation in the Russian Federation. There are analysed the key principles of the historical education in schools and institutes of the country and the prospects of the historical consciousness formation of young people at the present stage of our society.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):35-41
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SOME ASPECTS OF AGRICULTURAL REFORMS IN 1990S - EARLY 2000S (THE CASE OF WESTERN SIBERIA)
Philippova O.D., Melnikov S.M.
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The article analyses the financial and economic situation in Western Siberia agricultural industry in the 1990s - early 2000s. The authors consider the key factors which caused the crisis in the agricultural sector of the region in the process of its drastic reforming at that time.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):42-52
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PECULIARITIES OF POPULATION MIGRATION IN POST-SOVIET SPACE: THE CASE OF KAZAKHSTAN
Absattarov R.B.
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The article analyses the peculiarities and problems of Kazakhstan people’s migration in the context of the post-Soviet space. Great attention is paid to the insufficiently studied aspects and controversial issues of the migration processes during the Soviet Union period (the case of Kazakhstan).
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):53-63
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KHAZAR MISSION OF CONSTANTINE THE PHILOSOPHER: ON POSSIBILITY OF CYRIL AND METHODIUS’ PREACHING AMONG EAST SLAVS
Chernykh E.A.
Abstract
In Russian and foreign historiography there is often raised the question of the timing of Christianity adoption by Eastern Slavs and the possible missionary activity of Cyril and Methodius among Eastern Slavs. The author collected and analysed available evidence of preaching of brothers from Salonika, and convincingly showed that the Christianization of Rus could have happened in 861, during their so-called «Khazar mission».
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):64-74
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«IT IS THE WEST WHO TAUGHT IT TO US»: FORMATION OF RUSSIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA STUDIES IN TSARIST RUSSIA
Vladimirsky I.
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The article analyses main stages in the development of Russian national encyclopedias. The way to first Russian encyclopedias coincided with the development of Russian intellectual elite and struggle with foreign influence and spirit within Russian academia. First Russian encyclopedias tried to copy the structure and the content of the famous foreign encyclopedias such as British Britannica, German Brockhaus and French Encyclopedie. First Russian national Brockhaus-Efron encyclopedia was published at the end of the 19 th century and immediately became the national bestseller.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):75-86
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«SOCIAL WORK - TO ALL TEACHERS...»: ON SOCIAL AND SPIRITUAL ROLE OF TEACHERS IN SOUTHERN URALS IN POST-WAR DECADES
Almaev R.Z.
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The article deals with the distinctive features of Soviet teachers in post-war decades as a specific social and professional group. On the material of the Southern Urals the author considers the factors that influenced the social activity of teachers. Special attention is paid to the social and demographic characteristics, spiritual aspect, and social prestige of a teacher’s profession.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):87-99
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COMPETENCE AS CRITERION OF STUDENTS TRAINING EFFICIENCY IN RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES
Sinyutin S.S., Borisov V.A.
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The article analyzes the substance of the notions “competence” and “competency”. The authors draw the conclusion that professional competence is a multifactorial phenomenon. Great role in its formation is played by value guidelines, personal characteristics as well as integrative factors of culture. The article gives the assessment of the place, role and significance of the course of History of Russia in the development of students’ general cultural competences. The authors reveal the problems that arise in the process of teaching students of non-humanitarian faculties of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):100-105
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GENERAL M.G. СHERNYAEV: PERSONALITY AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF MILITARY CAMPAIGN ON RUSSIA’S CONQUEST OF TURKESTAN
Brezhneva S.N.
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This article is devoted to General M. G. Chernyaev, whose leadership talent and organizing skills played an important role in annexation of Turkestan to Russia. The problem of such a personality appearance in certain conditions is considered on the basis of Сhernyaev's personal files. The author comes to the conclusion that Сhernyaev's merits can be explained not only by character features, but also by specificity of a certain historical setting.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):106-117
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GUINEAN-SOVIET RELATIONS IN THE 1 ST REPUBLIC PERIOD (1958-1984)
Razmyslov S.S.
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The article is devoted to the history of the Guinean-Soviet relations in the period of Ahmed Secou Toure’s presidency. Guinea and the USSR fought for Africa’s liberation from colonialism and imperialism, and the Guinean leader was an initiator of the integration processes in Africa. The author proves that the character of the bilateral relations was under strong influence of the Guinean leader’s controversial personality as well as the attempts to balance between the capitalist and socialist poles in the Cold War. As a result Guinea became estranged from the Soviet Union and restored the relationships with its former parent state, France, and other Western countries.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):118-126
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M.S. GORBACHEV’S FOREIGN POLICY IN ASSESSMENTS OF FRENCH PRINTED PRESS
Veter O.V.
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This article is devoted to the analysis of M.S.Gorbachev’s foregn policy key aspects during perestroika on the basis of French printed press. The author shows their assessments of the USSR foreign policy course in 1985-1991, their evolution and changes. There are shown the main trends and views of French journalists. The author considers the image of the USSR foreign policy, formed in the French printed press.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):127-134
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PATRIOTIC EDUCATION OF STUDENTS (ON EXAMPLE OF HEROIC TRADITIONS OF CITIES OF MILITARY GLORY)
Sinyutin S.S.
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The article is devoted to the issue of establishing the honorary titles “Hero-city” in the USSR and “City of military glory” in the Russian Federation. The author analyzes the experience of holding the lyceum “Cities of military glory report” in the course of teaching History of Russia at non-humanitarian faculties of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. There are given the author’s methodological recommendations and students’ opinions.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):135-141
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DISSERTATION COUNCIL D 212.303.03 IN PEOPLES’ FRIENDSHIP UNIVERSITY OF RUSSIA IN 2ST HALF OF 2013
Koz'menko V.M., Kryazheva-Kartseva E.V.
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RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):142-146
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POLISH AND RUSSIAN ARTISTS AND ARCHITECTS IN ART COLONIES BROAD AND IN POLITICAL EMIGRATION. 1815-1990. Resume of First Polish-Russian Symposium. Poland, Torun, June 27-28th, 2013
Obukhova-Zelin'skaya I.V., Levoshko S.S.
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RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):147-152
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RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2014;(1):153-155
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