A evolução do ensino superior na década de 1920 do século XX na Rússia

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.6.16131

Palavras-chave:

Comportamento social, Educação, Anomia social, Comunismo de guerra, A nova política econômica (nep)

Resumo

No período das transformações sociais globais, é importante ver a sua perspectiva, o desfecho a que essas mudanças conduzem. Para se debruçar sobre essa questão, convém voltar-se para a história, construindo assim uma retrospectiva definitiva daqueles processos sociais ocorridos na sociedade em determinado momento, o que ajudará a compreender o sentido geral do desenvolvimento da educação em sociedade. Para tanto, usando a metodologia da evolução do ensino superior, nos voltamos para o período da história da Rússia de 1917 a 1927 - o período da Revolução, a Guerra Civil, o período concomitante do comunismo de guerra e o período subsequente da Nova Política Econômica (NEP). É este período que pode ser caracterizado como o período de anomia social na sociedade russa, quando o antigo sistema de educação foi demolido e um novo sistema soviético foi criado para substituí-lo. Como resultado de tal retrospectiva histórica, foi mostrado que as aspirações utópicas dos líderes soviéticos levaram a consequências destrutivas, mas a sociedade, apesar desses cataclismos sociais, ainda demonstrou a capacidade de viver em harmonia e retornar a um sistema universal e educacional.

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Biografia do Autor

Aleksey A. Oschepkov, Dimitrovgrad Engineering-Technological Institute, Dimitrovgrad – Russia

PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Department of Humanities.

Evgeniya O. Rueva, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (Moscow University), Moscow – Russia

PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Department of State Law and Criminal Law Disciplines.

Andrey A. Aryamov, The Russian State University of Justice, Moscow – Russia

Doctor of Law, Professor of the Department of Criminal Law.

Anna K. Zebnitskaya, Vladimir State University named after Alexander and Nikolay Stoletovs, Vladimir – Russia

PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Law Disciplines.

Tatyana Y. Novikova, Russian State University of Justice (Crimean Branch), Simferopol – Russia

PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Law.

Artem V. Rudenko, Russian State University of Justice (Crimean Branch), Simferopol – Russia

PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Administrative and Financial Law.

Viktor P. Bodaevsky, Russian State University of Justice (Crimean Branch), Feodosiya – Russia

PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Criminal Law.

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Publicado

30/12/2021

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OSCHEPKOV, A. A.; RUEVA, E. O.; ARYAMOV, A. A.; ZEBNITSKAYA, A. K.; NOVIKOVA, T. Y.; RUDENKO, A. V.; BODAEVSKY, V. P. A evolução do ensino superior na década de 1920 do século XX na Rússia. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. esp.6, p. 3704–3716, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.6.16131. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/16131. Acesso em: 26 set. 2023.