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Structures sociales en Russie, cellules et réseaux

Yefimov, Vladimir (2001): Structures sociales en Russie, cellules et réseaux. Published in: Du socialisme à l'économie de marché. Errances de la transition No. Nouveaux Cahiers de l’IUED, Collection Enjeux, N° 12 (2001): pp. 29-52.

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Russian companies heirs of Soviet enterprises are not Western-style companies, a significant difference is that they represent the basic structures of social life in the USSR : cells. The Soviet cellular system itself has deep roots in the history of Russia. The principal social structure of pre-revolutionary Russia was the rural community. In the late 1950s, Soviet society began to move away from the classic model. Cells gradually lose their exclusive role in the functioning of society. New structures begin to appear: networks. In this paper, I try to analyze the evolution of these two basic social structures in Russia to explain the realities of changes in this country, including trends to its criminalization.

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