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State and society in communist Czechoslovakia

  1. Krakovský, Roman, 1976- State and society in communist Czechoslovakia : transforming the everyday from World War II to the fall of the Berlin Wall / Roman Krakovský. -- Paperback edition first published by Bloomsbury Academic. -- London ; New York ; Oxford ; New Delhi ; Sydney : Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. -- (International library of twentieth century history ; volume 104). -- Z francouzštiny přeložila Jennifer Higgins. -- Původně předloženo jako autorova disertace (PhD)--Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2012. -- Anotace: "Using a unique analytical model based on an amalgam of anthropology, sociology, history and extensive archival research, award-winning scholar Roman Krakovsky here considers the Czechoslovakian attempt to 'reinvent the world' - 'time' and 'space' included - in this all-encompassing way. Ranging from WWII to the fall of the Berlin Wall, his innovative analysis variously considers the impact of Stakhanovism, the impossible-to-achieve production targets intended to assert socialism's future potential; the attempt to replace Sunday's Christian attributes with socialist ones; and the profound changes brought about to the public and private spheres, including the culture of informing and the ways this was circumvented. Across a wide range of case studies Krakovsky demonstrates both the far-reaching extent of the communist vision and the inherent flaws and contradictions that gradually destabilised it. This in-depth perspective is vital reading for all scholars of twentieth century history and politics." --Cover. -- ISBN : 978-0-7556-0013-7 (brožováno). Higgins, Jennifer, 1978-. Université de Paris IV: Paris-Sorbonne. *2International library of twentieth century history ; volume 1040 společenský život * politický život * komunismus * Československo * 40. léta 20. století * 2. polovina 20. století

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