• Michael Ryan
  • Richard Prentice


Previous chapters have made it clear that, since the 1950s, the USSR has experienced social change which is frequently substantial and sometimes on a truly massive scale. That finding will be further endorsed by a number of the indicators discussed in the present chapter. And here it is appropriate for the authors to emphasise that, since their primary concern is with quantitative data, they will not offer a potted — and inevitably oversimplified — history of Soviet educational policy. However, brief reference will be made to the major school reforms which are currently being implemented.


Educational Attainment Secondary Education High Educational Establishment Social Trend Woman Teacher 
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Notes and References

8 Health Care

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    N. I. Malov, V. I. Churakov, Sovermemennie osnovy i metody planirovaniya razvitiya zbravookhraneniya (Moscow: Ekonomika, 1st edn, 1981, p. 112; 2nd end, 1983) p. 126.Google Scholar
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    A. Zelinski, ‘Bolnichnaya koika: kak yeyo luchshe ispolzovat?’ Meditsinskaya Gazeta, 10 April 1985, p. 2.Google Scholar
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    Ye. Isakova (besedu vela), ‘Vsekh priglashayut k vrachu’, Sovetskaya Rossiya, 25 January 1984, p. 2.Google Scholar

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© Michael Ryan and Richard Charles Prentice 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Ryan
    • 1
  • Richard Prentice
    • 2
  1. 1.University College of SwanseaUK
  2. 2.University College of SwanseaUK

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