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Record #186423:

Surviving the Gulag: the social and cultural legacies of Stalin's forced labour system in Kolyma / John Round.

Title: Surviving the Gulag: the social and cultural legacies of Stalin's forced labour system in Kolyma / John Round.
Author(s): Round, John.
Date: 2007.
In: Ymer. (2007.), Vol. 2007 (2007)
Abstract: Explores lives of former deportees and migrants who have settled in Russia's Bering region. Examines how region was created through use of terror during Soviet period. Considers current problems facing region and how individuals manage to survive such harsh conditions. Study is based on four months of fieldwork in Magadan interviewing settlers and camp survivors.
Notes:

Ymer. Vol. 2007 :43-64 (2007).

Keywords: 331.578 -- Employment, forced labour systems.
3-058.56 -- Prisoners. Convicts. Exiles.
314.72 -- Migration, internal.
J -- Social sciences.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.2) -- Russian Far East.
(*531.26) -- Magadanskaya Oblast'.
SPRI record no.: 186423

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