Social-historical memory about soviet the pas: empiric research
AbstractThe article deals with the results of empirical research on the sociohistorical memory of the Soviet past in representatives of different regions of Ukraine.Despite the collapse of the USSR, the Soviet past interest in zalyschayetsya. We analyze how these events are perceived by modern youth, what’s the difference between social memory of groups of people who grew up in the Soviet Union, and young people who grew up in an independent Ukraine. It is important identifying features of social memory among its various business vehicles, especially among representatives of different generations. Undoubtedly, a huge influence on the formation of the attitude to the soviet past in young people provide modern communication channels.In the West, Centre and East Ukraine there are differences in the mentality of the population. These differences apply to komomeratyvnu component mentality. According to the hypothesis of the study, sociohistorical memory of people of different regions of the soviet past is seen differently. These differences and became subject of empirical research.Also considered komomeratyvni properties attitude to the soviet past in the population of different regions of the country and the most general description of the memory of the soviet past, namely the degree of interest of the population of different regions to the past.
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