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Journal: Young Scientist (Vol.7, No. 2)

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Page : 389-392

Keywords : everyday life; the Soviet system; totalitarianism; life; propaganda; family and everyday traditions; social and everyday sphere;

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The article presents an analysis of the special coexistence of a personality in the family life of a Soviet man with a state component. The issues of the life of the Ukrainian family are analyzed. The author distinguishes the works of Soviet and domestic historians by showing socio-political conditions characteristic of the historical science of these periods. The main achievements in the study of the problem and the planned issues that require further scientific research are described. A separate component of the article is the consideration of the particularities of studying private life as an element of the history of everyday life. The renewal of the economic and social structure of Soviet society, that is industrialization, urbanization, secularization of consciousness, emancipation of women and children, conditioned these changes. In addition, wars and social catastrophes have deeply deformed the already difficult and not always consistent process of modernizing the family with a lot of contradictions. Different groups and sections of the population of the USSR were at different stages of transition from the traditional type of family. The post-transition families of the urban population, especially the big cities, were very different, and the patriarchal peasant family was barely affected by changes (not to mention the remarkable regional difference). Between them there was a large number of intermediate, transitional models. One of the brightest indicators of the differences between them was the birth rate. True, he did not exist in isolation, but was in a rather close correlation with other qualitative and quantitative characteristics: the way of life, the type of intra-family relations, the composition and size of the family, the stability of marriage, etc.

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