TITLE

ІДЕЙНИЙ ЗМІСТ ДІЯЛЬНОСТІ РОБІТНИЧИХ ДИСИДЕНТСЬКИХ ГРУП НА ДОНБАСІ

AUTHOR(S)
Проскунін, В. М.
PUB. DATE
December 2019
SOURCE
Gileya;2019, Issue 151, Part 1, p114
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article analyzes the ideological content of the activities of working dissident groups in the Donbass in the late 1950s - in the 1960s. The purpose of the paper is to analyze the ideas of E. Donichenko’s group in the context of the activity of the Ukrainian dissident movement. Historical-genetic and historical-comparative research methods were used. The example of the Realist Working Group of Democrats explores the evolution of ideas and their content. A comparison was made with the ideological content of the activities of the current dissident group of Western Ukraine. The origins of ideas, their dependence on the personality of the head of the circle and its personal composition are traced. It was found that the ideas of the dissident movement of working youth in the Donbass were poorly designed and mainly concerned with improving the lives of workers. However, their focus on condemning totalitarianism, demands for respect for human rights and freedoms make it possible to enroll them in the Ukrainian dissident movement.
ACCESSION #
141331773

 

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