PRESENTATION OF THE CULTS OF SOVIET LEADERS IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CENTRAL BLACK EARTH REGION IN 1928-1934
Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Voronezh State University of Engineering Technologies, Revolution street,19, Voronezh, Russia, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article examines the presentation of the personality cults of the Soviet leaders in the educational institutions of the Central Black Earth Region. The article analyzes the influence of mass public discussions in relation to Stalin's article in the journal "Proletarian Revolution", which took place, among other things, among the pedagogical environment. The work touches upon aspects related to the introduction of new ideologically rich curricula into the educational process and to the propaganda of the cults of other Soviet leaders. The source base of the study is primarily the materials of the State Archive of Socio-Political History of the Voronezh Region (GAOPI VO) and the State Archive of the Voronezh Region (GAVO). In the conclusion, it is emphasized that despite the intensified propaganda of communist ideological attitudes, a significant part of the teaching staff continued to treat the Soviet leaders critically, and the student youth, although they perceived Soviet values in large part, remained socially and ideologically not homogeneous.
Keywords: ideology, propaganda, personality cult, school, leaders, education.
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