TITLE

ON THE HISTORY DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF JEWISH AUTONOMOUS REGION IN THE SOVIET PERIOD

AUTHOR(S)
Kutovaya, S. V.
PUB. DATE
October 2013
SOURCE
Modern Research of Social Problems;2013, Issue 2 (14), p348
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The purpose - to analyze the social infrastructure of the Jewish Autonomous Region in the context of its impact on the demographic characteristics of the society in the Soviet period. Methods: analysis, opinion poll, on the basis of statistical and historical data identified key indicators in education, health, housing, social and economic spheres. Determined by subjective factors of resettlement to the region. The article is of interest to specialists in the field of social sciences and humanities, as well as the regional and municipal authorities.
ACCESSION #
91879579

 

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