Ukrainian Soviet Family: Formative stages

Keywords: household, Soviet system, everyday life, marriage, ideology.

Abstract

The purpose of the article: is to determine the peculiarities of the formation of family policy of the Soviet government and the co-existence of private and public in the household of Ukrainian families during the existence of the Soviet system. Research methods: comparative method, method of analogy, analysis and synthesis method, method induction and deduction were used in the course of the research. The results of the research. A comparative analysis of the peculiarities of the existence of Soviet families at different stages of the Soviet period was conducted. The parallels were drawn between the traditional Ukrainian family in the pre-revolutionary period and family innovations in the Soviet period. Practical implication. A generalized description of the position of the Ukrainians as a common element of the Soviet people under the Soviet system is provided. Value/Originality. The role of statistics alongside memories for a better reflection of the daily life of the Ukrainian Soviet family under the conditions of double standards of Soviet society is shown for the first time.

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Author Biographies

Oksana Gumeniuk, Rivne State Humanities University, Ukraine.

Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of History of Ukraine of the Faculty of History and Sociology of Rivne State Humanities University, Ukraine.

Yevhen Durnov, Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.

Doctor of Law, Professor, Deputy Head of Personnel Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.

Olena Shkuratenko, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of History of State and Law of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Tetiana Kumeda, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Candidate of Art History, Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Law and Legal Logic of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

Roman Savytskyi, Scientific Institute of Public Law, Ukraine.

Candidate of Legal Sciences, Senior Reseacher of the Scientific Institute of Public Law, Ukraine.

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Published
2021-04-12
How to Cite
Gumeniuk, O., Durnov, Y., Shkuratenko, O., Kumeda, T., & Savytskyi, R. (2021). Ukrainian Soviet Family: Formative stages. Amazonia Investiga, 10(38), 188-196. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2021.38.02.18
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