Nationalism and Ideology in Teaching Russian History: A New Federal Concept and a Survey of Teachers
This paper examined growing trends of nationalism and patriotic ideology as represented in Russian history education. Authors performed a survey of history teachers (n = 113) to determine their perspectives on paradigm shifts in the discipline and the impact of a compulsory patriotism-centered curriculum upon history education in the Russian Federation. The study was conducted during a time of prominent political and military activity in Russia, and revealed that the majority of survey participants favored a shift from that of post-perestroika, democracy-based history to a more ideological, grand narrative of national history.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2015
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