Goehrke, Carsten Russischer Alltag 02. Auf dem Weg in die Moderne Goehrke: Russ. Alltag 2/Auf dem Weg

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ISBN(s) 9783034005845
Einbandart Einband - fest (Hardcover)
Seitenanzahl 547
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik
Kurztitel Goehrke, Carsten: Russischer Alltag 02. Auf dem Weg in die Moderne
Warengruppe HC/Sachbücher/Geschichte/Neuzeit bis 1918
ISBN-10 3034005849
Länge 249 mm
Breite 170 mm
Höhe 34 mm
Gewicht 1358 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Chronos Verlag
Untertitel Eine Geschichte in neun Zeitbildern vom Frühmittelalter bis zur Gegenwart
Inhaltsverzeichnis Fünftes Zeitbild - Die gespaltene Gesellschaft: Russischer Alltag unter der Herrschaft Kaiserin Katharinas II. (1762-1796)
Die ländliche Welt als Gefäss traditionalen Lebens in einer sich wandelnden Umgebung
Das häusliche Umfeld
Das Strassendorf
Die bäuerlichen Lebenswelten
Zum Lebensstandard: Verelendung des leibeigenen Bauerntums?
Leibeigenschaft und Mentalität
Eine neue Spezies: Die Fabrikbauern
Die städtische Welt als Schaubühne des Neuen
Die Wandlungen des äusseren Erscheinungsbildes
Lebenswelten der Stadtgesellschaft
Freuden und Leiden des Alltags
Der Adel - Brückenkopf der abendländischen Kultur?
Bevölkerungsanteil, Schichtung und Struktur
Landsitz und Stadthaus
Zwischen Kartenspiel und Buchlektüre: Die Spannweite adliger Lebensart
Vorstellungswelten und Selbstbild des Adels
Zur Kaste erstarrt: Die Geistlichkeit
Der Staat als Priestermacher
Fjodor Karpinksi - der Alltag eines Stadtpriesters
Zwischen Tisch und Bank
Rückblick: Gespaltene Gesellschaft - getrennte Lebens- und Vorstellungswelten?

Sechstes Zeitbild - Gespaltene Gesellschaft und Modernisierung: Russische Alltagswelten 1880 bis 1914
Die ländliche Welt zwischen Wandel und Beharrung
Das häusliche Umfeld
Dorf und Dorfgemeinschaft: Der Mir in der Modernisierungsfalle?
Zwischen Defensive und Offensive: Mir und Aussenwelt
Die Welt aus der Sicht der 'kleinen Leute'
Moloch Stadt
Nicht Stadt, nicht Dorf - die Industriesiedlung
Die Ungleichmässigkeit der Modernisierung in den Städten
'Laboratorium der Moderne' und Vorhof der Hölle - die Hauptstadt St. Petersburg
Moskau - konservierte Tradition und wirtschaftlicher Aufbruch
Beschaulichkeit und Tradition - Alltag in der Provinzstadt
Alltag im Rückblick: Tradition und Moderne als Prozess fortschreitender Überlappung

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