Russian Peasant Schools: Officialdom, Village Culture, and Popular Pedagogy, 1861-1914

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University of California Press, 1 янв. 1990 г. - Всего страниц: 652
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00 This pioneering study of primary schools in the Russian countryside during the late tsarist period examines the contribution of education to the transition to modernity. The author links social, institutional,and cultural history, thus providing a multi-dimensional description of the village response to pressures of the modern world. This pioneering study of primary schools in the Russian countryside during the late tsarist period examines the contribution of education to the transition to modernity. The author links social, institutional,and cultural history, thus providing a multi-dimensional description of the village response to pressures of the modern world.
 

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Introduction
1
Russian Schools Before the Great Reforms
19
The Great Reforms and the Zemstvos
50
Who Built the Schools? Zemstvo and Peasant
70
Average Outlays on Education in Zemstvo
94
The Transformation of Elite Attitudes
97
Zemstvo Inspector and Local
120
MNP School Inspectorate 1911
134
Percentage of SchoolAge Children
293
Number of Children Denied Admission to First Grade
302
Age Distribution of Rural Pupils 1880 and 1911
308
Rhythm and Intensity
315
School Closings Moscow Province 19131914
321
Causes of Absenteeism Moscow District 18911895
327
Effectiveness of Schooling 1894 and 1911
333
Years Spent in School by Dropouts 1911
339

Wretched Imitations? The Church Parish Schools
155
Teachers and Professional Adequacy
179
Feminization of Teaching Profession in Rural Schools
186
Marital Status of Rural Teachers in Sixty European
192
Teachers Educational Backgrounds
203
Number of Schools at Which Teachers
209
Teachers in Village Society
215
Yearly Salaries of Zemstvo Teachers 1894
216
Peasant Pedagogy
251
The Expansion of Schooling
283
Percentage of SchoolAge Children Enrolled in Primary
285
Number and Percentage of Pupils Repeating a Grade
348
Child Labor and the Schools
352
The Cognitive Results of Schooling
389
Moral Education and the Impact
419
Beyond Primary School
438
Conclusion
471
Instruction in Russian Primary Schools
483
Structure of the Russian School System
489
Bibliography
591
Index
629
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Ben Eklof is Associate Professor of History at Indiana University in Bloomington.

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