Political Socialization of Children in the USSR
Robert W. Clawson argues that the various Soviet leaderships from the revolution to the present have had little success in altering child-rearing practices in Russia through direct political programs. This is paradoxical given the prescriptions in Marxist doctrine for changing fundamentally the role of the family as a child-rearing unit and assigning to the state extensive responsibilities for shaping the attitudes of children.
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