“I Would Like to Be a Caring Mother”: Family Values in Russia*
The question of upbringing and values education in the Russian family is linked with a broader problem concerning what the Russians call the ‘woman question’ or the gender issue in a Russian Motherland (rodina). Contrary to the perceptions of many in the West, Russia remained, even after 70 years of the communist system which officially guaranteed full equality to women, largely dominated by a traditional patriarchy.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Australian Catholic University
Publication date: January 1, 1994
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