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Humanitarian sciences in Siberia

2003 year, number 2

1.
Writers of the patriarch circle in the ideological polemics of the end of the XVIIth century.

Panich, T.V.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 3-6

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In her article, T.V.Panich attracts the reader's attention to the theme of participation of writers of the patriarch circle in the ideological struggle of the last decades of the XVIIth century. She does this, basing on the manuscript sources created by representatives of the writer's alignment: the anti-Roman collected articles "The Shield of Faith", as well as the polemic works of Evfimiy Chudovskiy



2.
Trade of the towns in the Irkutsk Province in the end of the XVIIIth

Shakherov, V.P.
Pages: 7-12

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The author of this article carries out an analysis of the economic development of towns of Eastern Siberia in the second half of the XVIIIth



3.
Decembrist A.N. Muravyov and aboriginals of northern regions of the Ob' River Basin.

Bochanova, T.A.
Siberian University Potrebkooperazie
Pages: 12-15

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The article is devoted to one of the most vivid and insufficiently known pages of the history of the state service of exiled Decembrists in Siberia



4.
On the reasons of crisis of the butter manufacturing co-operative system in Siberia, in the conditions of the New Economic Policy (NEP).

Nikolaev, A.A.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 20-24

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In this publication, the reasons of the crisis of the Siberian butter manufacturing in the conditions of the New Economic Policy are revealed. The main of these reasons were caused by the State economic policy, the absence of investments and the worn-out material and technical basis, the administration in co-operative building and the loss at peasantry of the material interest in handing over milk to milky plants. The slump in demand for the butter manufacturing and the appearance of mould in export lots were indicative of the great crisis of this branch. However, in the conditions of NEP, the butter manufacturing had not been re-established, and the crisis of the branch was perceived by the governing body as incapacity of the sale and supply forms of co-operation.



5.
The initial stage of formation of the system of control of the culture in Siberia (the first half of the 1920s).

Avd'ukov, N.V.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 24-28

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In this publication, the actual problems of formation of the phenomenon of "controlled culture" in the USSR of the first half of the 1920s is examined on the example of the activities of the bodies which exercised control of the culture. The author offers his own division into periods of the history of formation of the system of control of the culture on the territory of the Siberian Region, and he also carries out an analysis of the control bodies' competence and plenary powers, as well as the existed potential and real opportunities for formation of regional cultural policy.



6.
Discussions on methods of anti-church propaganda in the middle of the 1920s in Russia.

Zhizhkov, V.V.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 28-32

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The author examines a new aspect in the history of anti-religious struggle in Russia. He makes an attempt to reconstruct two different points of view which were given in the anti-religious campaigns. An analysis of antagonism of two leaders of the anti-religious propaganda, in the middle of the 1920s



7.
Practice of criminal and administrative prosecution of believers in Western Siberia of the 1960s.

Soskovets, L.I.
Tomsk State University
Pages: 36-40

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In the article, the tendency of toughening of the Soviet criminal and administrative legislation in respect of believers, in the 1960s, is analysed. The author notes that there was a deliberate policy in respect of a series of denominations



8.
The role of social factor in the spatial developing of the East of Russia.

Yefimkin, M.M.
Novosibirsk State University of railway transport
Pages: 41-44

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The author traces the key stages of migrations of the Russian population to the East. He considers such large-scale migrations of population to be the most important geopolitical potential of the development and modern State of Russia. In the article, much attention is paid to the role of social factor in spatial developing of the East of Russia, as well as to characteristic tendencies of such migrations during the passed centuries and especially the decades of the second half of the XXth century.



9.
The socio-demographical processes in the Novosibirsk Region in the 1990s.

Bukin, S.S., Chernov D.V.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 45-48

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The article is devoted to a new and actual theme which has not yet become a subject of scientific research in historiography. The tendencies investigated on the example of Novosibirsk have not only the local meaning but they are also typical for the other eastern regions of our State. The new materials obtained in the local directing bodies and the Regional Statistics Committee are introduced into scientific turn. The authors carry out a complex analysis of the main socio-demographical consequences of the market reforms which took place in Russia, in the last decade of the XXth century. The dynamics of birth-rate and death-rate, the migratory movement of population and changes in its living standard are investigated.



10.
Correlation of the imperial principles and those of regionalism in the Russian legislation.

Dameshek, I.L.
Irkutsk State Pedagogical University
Pages: 53-55

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The Russian Empire was a multinational State, and at different stages of the existence, It pursued not the same politics to the national regions and the outlying districts. The author of this article carries out an analysis of some aspects of such imperial policy with respect to the outlying districts.



11.
The activities of industrial works of arms in the Novosibirsk Region, in the years of the Great Patriotic War.

Savitskiy, I.M.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 85-89

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This publication is devoted to a specific theme



12.
Repatriation of the Soviet population from China into the USSR in 1947

Ablazhey, N.N.
Institute of History SD RAS, Novosibirsk
Pages: 90-92

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This article continues the theme of repatriation represented in the last year's issue (2) of "The Humanities in Siberia" and throws light upon one of the stages of intergovernmental migration between the USSR and China. The work is based on the material of funds of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Department of Repatriation. The author examines the activities of the special Department deputed by the Soviet Government to solve the problem of repatriation of the Soviet population from countries of Europe and Asia, according to the Treaty concluded after the end of the World War II. The number of the Soviet people transferred from China and their placing on the territory of Ural, Siberia and the Far East are determined.