Controlling Soviet labour

experimental change from Brezhnev to Gorbachev by Bob Arnot

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe in Armonk, N.Y

Written in English
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Places:

  • Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union.

Subjects:

  • Labor supply -- Soviet Union.,
  • Manpower policy -- Soviet Union.,
  • Soviet Union -- Economic conditions -- 1975-1985.

Edition Notes

StatementBob Arnot.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD5796 .A76 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 305 p. ;
Number of Pages305
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2402095M
ISBN 100873324706
LC Control Number87032364

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International Publishers, New York, First Edition. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good with wear to lower corner. A VERY RARE Title in HC/ Rating: % positive. “The Soviet Union detained him, prevented him from going home and exploited his labor,” Shin said about her father, who, according to Russian records, worked at a logging site at least until.   America was having trouble in staying the course against Japan, let alone positioning itself to contain and control the Soviet Union in a postwar world. Only .   “The Soviet Union detained him, prevented him from going home and exploited his labor,” Shin said about her father, who, according to Russian records, worked at a logging site at least until the end of “(The Russian government) should at least find and send back his remains.”.

  The book combines a biography of Nixon with a portrait of the nation. convinced that the United States was falling hopelessly behind the Soviet . Letters From Labor Camp: Dying Messages From A 'Traitorous' Mother In Soviet Exile A mother, a daughter, a mystic -- letters of desperation span the globe and echo across three generations August.   “The Soviet Union detained him, prevented him from going home and exploited his labor,” Shin said about her father, who, according to Russian .   Jung Gwang-il was a year-old married father of two when a truck delivered him late one night to hell on earth. “When we got there, I saw people who didn’t even look human, they looked like.

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1st Edition Published on June 1, by Routledge With a growing population, deteriorating economic conditions, and an unstable imperial centre, Soviet Central Controlling Soviet Labour - 1st Edition - Arnot - Routledge Book.

Controlling Soviet Labour Experimental Change from Brezhnev to Gorbachev. Authors: Arnot, Bob Free PreviewBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Controlling Soviet Labour Experimental Change from Brezhnev to Gorbachev.

Authors (view affiliations) Alternative Attempts to Assert Control Over the Labour Process. Bob Arnot. Pages Conclusions. Bob Arnot. Pages Back Matter.

Pages PDF. About this book. Keywords. economic growth economic policy employment. Controlling Soviet Labour Experimental Change from Brezhnev to Gorbachev by Bob Arnot. Published by Palgrave by: The Dissemination of the Shchekino Experiment and the Logic Controlling Soviet labour book Soviet Planning -- 9 Alternative Attempts to Assert Control over the Labour Process -- The Introduction of the Zlobin Brigade System in the Construction Industry -- Problems in the Generalisation of the Zlobin System: The Kaluga and Orel Variants -- The Extension of the Brigade System to Industry -- Experimental Attempts to Solve.

Controlling Soviet labour. [Bob Arnot] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create This book includes chapters on marital customs, the care of children, communal decision making, social prestige and values, and the "second" economy in Central.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arnot, Bob. Controlling Soviet labour. Basingstoke: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The control of the Soviet government stretched long and far. Literature, being one of the most powerful forms of conversing ideas, was under the close watchful eye of censors.

While some books were edited, some were completely banned. Here are ten works that were banned in the Soviet Union. Education and censorship were strictly controlled and played an important role in part of Stalin’s key features of control.

Books were rewritten, censored and. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Forced labor was used extensively in the Soviet Union as a means of controlling Soviet citizens and foreigners.

Forced labor also provided manpower for government projects and for reconstruction after the war. Joseph Stalin ruled the Soviet Union between andeffectively as a dictator.

Within the first ten years of his period of rule, Stalin introduced significant change to the Soviet Union in areas of policy such as, industrialization, agriculture, education and culture.

Despite the fact that some positive implications were perceived within the nation and soviet society regarding the. If you can read just one book on this list, then make it Red Plenty, by Francis Spufford. If you can read only two, make your second pick Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis, by Ludwig von Mises.

Alienation and the Soviet Economy: The Collapse of the Socialist Era, by Paul Craig Roberts, foreword by Aaron B. Wildavsky. This book examines the transformation of Soviet labour ideology during the last decade of the USSR, and its critical relationship to the collapse of the Soviet state.

The author focuses on regime attempts to revive Soviet economic performance on the basis of increased labour productivity, and shows how their failure had unforeseen and. DOI link for Soviet Economy and the War bound with Soviet Planning and Labour. Soviet Economy and the War bound with Soviet Planning and Labour book.

By Maurice Dobb. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 22 March. Explore Real-time Labor Guide. You use a labor guide every day – whether it’s a book, computer program, or just what’s in your head from past jobs.

Sometimes those times are way off the mark. Our labor guide is accurate, inexpensive, and takes lots of factors into account like experience with the job, specialty tools needed, and vehicle.

Books. Background Information: Kirschenbaum, Lisa. Small Comrades: Revolutionizing Childhood in Soviet Russia, (New York and London: Routledge Falmer, ).

In this book, Kirschenbaum traces the institution of kindergarten in the Soviet Union, and uses early childhood education as a lens to understand the Bolshevik ideological. On 20 Decemberthe government introduced labor books which workers were required to present to new employers upon being hired.

Eight days later, on 28 December, another decree reasserted the penalties of the November law on absenteeism and placed new restrictions on workers who wanted to leave their jobs voluntarily. Donald Filtzer's new book is the first study of industry and labour during Late Stalinism, covering the entire post-war period from to Stalin's death.

Donald Filtzer has uncovered a wealth of previously inaccessible archive material and analyses it to show that the post-war period was one of 'political victory and historical defeat'.

The system of Soviet control: "Organization of communist parties was everywhere hierarchical, there being an organization for the state as a as a whole, several intermediate bodies at provincial and county levels, and primary organizations at the bottom.

Each level sent representatives to the next higher level. Soviet Trade Unions: Their Place in Soviet Labour Policy. Isaac Deutscher Chapter II: Trade Unions and the Revolution.

The effect of the revolution which took place in February was in one way similar to that of the revolution of the newly-won political freedom favoured the. The receptivity of the masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, but their power of forgetting is enormous.

In consequence of these facts, all effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand by your slogan.

More detailed light is shed on coercion in the Soviet economy by the second book under review, The Economics of Forced Labor. This book results from collaboration between the editors, Gregory and Valery Lazarev, and several Russian scholars; there are also contributions by another American, a Britisher, and a German, so the cast of characters.

Soviet soldiers hoist the red flag over the Reichstag in May the mass rapes by Red Army officers and soldiers committed against young Soviet women who had been deported for forced labour.

Russia - Russia - The Civil War and War Communism (–21): One side can start a war, but it takes two to end one. The Bolsheviks found that this principle applied to themselves after October, when they expected to disengage quickly from World War I. Of the three points of their effective slogan—“Peace, land, and bread”—the first proved to be the most difficult to realize.

A system of forced-labour camps was first inaugurated by a Soviet decree of Apand underwent a series of administrative and organizational changes in the s, ending with the founding of the Gulag in under the control of the secret police, OGPU (later, the NKVD and the KGB).The Gulag had a total inmate population of aboutin the late s, when it underwent an.

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The Jewish Role in the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia's Early Soviet Regime. Assessing the Grim Legacy of Soviet Communism.

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Page 18 Thomas Ladenburg, copyright,[email protected] Chapter 5 Methods of Controlling Slaves frican-Americans were not naturally born slaves In their native land, they had been proud, free. Trade unions in the Soviet Union, headed by the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions (VTsSPS), had a complex relationship with industrial management, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and the Soviet government, given that the Soviet Union was ideologically supposed to be a state in which the members of the working class ruled the country and managed themselves.

Stalin didn’t have Photoshop—but that didn’t keep him from wiping the traces of his enemies from the history books. Even the famous photo of Soviet soldiers raising their flag after the. The issue of labor discipline lay at the very heart of the antagonistic relationship between the Soviet elite and its work force.

That "discipline" was slack in Soviet factories has long been noted by Western and Soviet commentators alike: high labor turnover; absenteeism, closely tied to heavy drinking on and off the job; and, more importantly, a highly irregular pace of work, with periods of.I.

Our Knowledge Before Glasnost. T he forced-labour system was developed on a mass scale in the early s, and expanded remorselessly until Stalin’s death in At first the Soviet press gave it a certain amount of publicity—albeit very selective.

In –33 the construction of the White Sea canal by prison labour was extolled as a practical demonstration of the way in which a. Throughout its history, the Soviet Union had strict drug control, which became more repressive over time. This was the opposite of the trends in the West.

Soviet policies focused on criminalization of drug use and did not do much with drug rehabilitation or addiction recovery. But it did result in essentially drug-free neighborhoods.