Article 6318

Title of the article

THE AGRARIAN POLICY OF THE AUCP(b)
IN THE 1930s – EARLY 1950s: CHOOSING A HISTORIOGRAPHICAL MODEL 

Authors

Sukhova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Doctor of historical sciences, professor, dean of the Faculty of History, Languages and Literature, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), E-mail: savtemp@yandex.ru 

Index UDK

93/99 (093.32) 

DOI

10.21685/2072-3024-2018-3-6 

Abstract

Background. The topicality of the study is determined by the social perception of the dramatic nature of the historical legacy of Stalinism and the contradictory nature of the organizational and economic forms establishment in the market economy in Russia at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries, that explain the constant interest in studying the content and results of the radical change in the Russian village economic structure in the 1930s – 1950s. The aim of the research is systematization and analysis of Russian historical explanatory models that characterize the key moments of the Bolsheviks’ agrarian policy in the conditions of accelerated industrialization in the USSR.
Materials and methods. The article analyzes the works of contemporary historians devoted to the study of the Bolsheviks’ agrarian policy. The methodology of the study is based on the principles of the systematic approach to considering the
history of the Soviet society.
Results. In the late XX – early XXI centuries the arrays of unpublished historical sources were introduced into scientific circulation, that were promoting the expansion of scientific searching in the study of agrarian policy, economy and social interaction practices in the soviet village since 1930s till early 1950s. Dozens of works of a generalizing nature were appearing. But a holistic, consistent explanatory model has not been created yet.
Conclusions. The leading explanatory models (strategies) of modern historiography are the development of questions on the formation of the political and economic system of Stalinism; the study of “quasi-social history of the village”; the analysis of social interaction, communication practices, mechanisms of the new identity construction through Bolshevist propaganda; the study of collectivization in the structure of more global social processes. Very promising research ways are the characteristic of the social nature of Stalinism, its conditionality by the soil paternalistic component of the peasant consciousness; the study of socio-political interaction practices, where the peasantry plays the role of an active self-organizing proncipple, a subject of new political reality construction; the analysis of the dynamics of everyday social practices, psychology and the Soviet village consciousness in the 1930s, during the great Patriotic war and in the postwar period. 

Key words

modern historiography, collectivization, the USSR, 1930s – early 1950s, concept of studying agrarian policy, historiographic analysis 

 

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