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Serfdom and social control in Russia

Steven L. Hoch

Serfdom and social control in Russia

Petrovskoe, a village in Tambov

by Steven L. Hoch

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tambovskai͡a︡ oblastʹ (Russia),
  • Russia (Federation),
  • Tambovskai͡a︡ oblastʹ
    • Subjects:
    • Serfdom -- Russia (Federation) -- Tambovskai͡a︡ oblastʹ -- History,
    • Social structure -- Russia (Federation) -- Tambovskai͡a︡ oblastʹ -- History,
    • Tambovskai͡a︡ oblastʹ (Russia) -- Social conditions

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSteven L. Hoch.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT807 .H63 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 220 p. :
      Number of Pages220
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2713997M
      ISBN 100226345831
      LC Control Number86006915

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The Family in Imperial Russia (Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, ): –; and Steven Hoch, Serfdom and Social Control in Russia: Petrovskoe, a Village in Tambov (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), 93–95, –   In February Tsar Alexander II issued the statutes abolishing the institution of serfdom in Russia.

The procedures set in motion by Alexander II undid the ties that bound together 22 million serfs andnoble estate owners, and changed the face of Russia/5. Russia’s Age of Serfdom is an important and thought-provoking book. Who should read it. Who should read it. According to the editor’s preface, the intended audience includes both “the student and the scholar” (p.

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Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation inand headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or national interests. Stratification and unequal pay: Serfdom had imposed a large degree of homogeneity on Russian peasants.

Steven L. Hoch’s wonderful Serfdom and Social Control in Russia demonstrates why it was to the advantage of serf owners to actively maintain equality among peasant households (p. Under Soviet Communism, however.

Hoch, S. L., Serfdom and social control in Russia: Petrovskoe, a village in Tambov (Chicago, ). Hoch, S. ‘ On good numbers and bad: Malthus, population trends and peasant standard of living in late imperial Russia ’, Slavic Review 53 (), pp.

41–   Gorshkov, Boris B. "Serfdom: Eastern Europe" in Peter N. Stearns, ed, Encyclopedia of European Social History: from – () volume 2 pp –88; Hoch, Steven L.

Serfdom and social control in Russia: Petrovskoe, a village in Tambov () Kahan, Arcadius. Hoch, Steven L. Serfdom and social control in Russia: Petrovskoe, a village in Tambov () Kahan, Arcadius. "Notes on Serfdom in Western and Eastern Europe," Journal of Economic History March –99 in JSTOR; Kolchin, Peter.

Unfree labor: American slavery and. The Institutional Framework of Russian Serfdom Russian rural history has long been based on a ‘Peasant Myth’, originat-ing with nineteenth-century Romantics and still accepted by many historians today.

In this book, Tracy Dennison shows how Russian society looked from below, and .Serfdom and Social Control in Russia: Petrovskoe, a Village in Tambov (University of Chicago Press, ) Hoch, Steven and Wilson R.

Augustine. "The Tax Censuses and the Decline of the Serf Population in Imperial Russia, –". Serfdom was a form of agricultural servitude that most of Europe had left behind in the medieval period. Russian serfdom developed, as historian William C.

Hine writes, during roughly the same time period as American slavery. The Russian Code of “firmly embedded serfdom” as a labor system. The Virginia House of Burgesses’s first.