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Soviet culture and power

Katerina Clark

Soviet culture and power

a history in documents, 1917-1953

by Katerina Clark

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and culture -- Soviet Union -- Sources,
  • Power (Social sciences) -- Soviet Union -- Sources,
  • Communism and intellectuals -- Soviet Union -- Sources,
  • Communism and culture -- Soviet Union -- Sources,
  • Politics and literature -- Soviet Union -- Sources,
  • Soviet Union -- Cultural policy -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVlastʹ i khudozhestvennai︠a︡ intelligent︠s︡ii︠a︡.
    StatementKaterina Clark and Evgeny Dobrenko ; with Andrei Artizov and Oleg Naumov ; narrative, text preparation, and commentary by Katerina Clark and Evgeny Dobrenko ; documents compiled by Andrei Artizov and Oleg Naumov ; translated from the Russian by Marian Schwartz.
    GenreSources.
    SeriesAnnals of Communism
    ContributionsDobrenko, E. A., Artizov, Andreĭ., Naumov, Oleg V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDK266.4 .C575 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxx, 545 p. ;
    Number of Pages545
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16158789M
    ISBN 100300106467
    ISBN 109780300106466
    LC Control Number2006029355
    OCLC/WorldCa71275581


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Culture of the Soviet Union. During Stalin’s rule, Soviet culture was characterized by the rise and domination of the government-imposed style of socialist realism, with all other trends severely repressed.

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Babiracki argues that the Soviets involved in foreign cultural outreach tried to use "soft power" in order to Brand: The University of North Carolina Press. Soviet culture and power: a history in documents, [Katerina Clark; E A Dobrenko; Andreĭ Artizov; Oleg V Naumov] -- "Leaders of the Soviet Union, Stalin chief Soviet culture and power book them, well understood the power of art, and their response was to attempt to control and direct it in every way possible.

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Learn : Edwin S. Segal. "An invaluable book that makes available a huge fund of visual material from Soviet Russia and provides a rich contextualization of these images. Much larger in scope than a study of political posters, "Iconography of Power traces the remarkable evolution of Soviet culture."--Katerina Clark, author of "Petersburg, Crucible of Cultural Revolution/5(3).

Thank you, our Stalin, for a happy childhood." "Thank you, dear Marshal [Stalin], for our freedom, for our children's happiness, for life." Between the Russian Revolution and the Cold War, Soviet public culture was so dominated by the power of the state that slogans like these appeared routinely in newspapers, on posters, and in government proclamations.

The “culture of secrecy” provided advantages not only for Stalin personally but also for the Soviet regime as a whole. Although the USSR under Stalin was essentially a one-man dictatorship, the Communist Party Politburo and the broader (and therefore less useful as an instrument of power) Central Committee became Stalin-dominated.

(d) Toward colonial areas and backward or dependent peoples, Soviet policy, even on official plane, will be directed toward weakening of power and influence and contacts of advanced Western nations, on theory that in so far as this policy is successful, there will be created a vacuum which will favor Communist-Soviet penetration.

Soviet Military Power edition data. For the origin of the data see: John A. Roberts, The Validity of Soviet Military Power, AD-A, Concentrating on the formative years of the Cold War from tothis book reveals little-known Soviet efforts to build a postwar East European empire through culture.

The text argues that the Soviets involved in foreign cultural outreach tried to use “soft power” in order to galvanize broad support for the postwar order in the emerging Soviet bloc.