Arctic and North

Russian woman in the rural Yakutia in the second half of the ХХ century

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Vinokurova L. I.

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Russian women of Yakutia in the rural areas of the second half of the XX century were a social group with a difficult complex structure. The separate interest is Russian women who came to work on a governmental contract. In daily life, they had to overcome the social and cultural challenges, including gender. Successful socialization of Russian women in the villages of Yakutia promoted general political factors, as well as regional ethno-cultural traditions.

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Vinokurova Lilia Innokentievna, Ph. D. in History, Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow of the Department of the Arctic Research of the Institute of the Humanities and the Indigenous Peo-ples of the North of the Siberian Branch of the RAS. E-mail: lilivin@mail.ru.

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social history, gender, Russian daily life, North, Yakutia

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