Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Sociology and Corrections
This paper examines the change from the Soviet Period to Transition Period, as reported through the experiences of those who grew up there, as well as from American tourists who have traveled there. Five semi-structured interviews were been conducted. They were transcribed and analyzed inductively to understand (a) differences in life experiences across cultures, (b) how change in government effects a person's life story and (c) the importance of social traditions. Findings focus on the transformation of economic conditions from the point before the transition to independent republics after the transition. Findings focus on technological expansion and traditions and customs surrounding alcohol consumption.
Early Education in Russia and the USA: 2008 Conference Proceedings
Maas, K., Sandell, E.J., & Boyd, E. (2009). Life Stories Between the Former Soviet Union and the United States. In O. V. Klypa and E. J. Sandell (Eds.), Early Education in Russia and the USA: 2008 Conference Proceedings (pp. 52-55). Magadan, Russia: North-Eastern State University.
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