Changing Patterns in Workers' View of Life
Our country is currently in a period of tremendous transformation. How, then, has the contemporary workers' view of life changed? What have been the adjustments in people's understanding of such problems as ideals, credos, attitudes, interpersonal relations, and relations between the individual and society? What new information does this adjustment bring to our ideological and political work? In what ways does it propose new tasks and new demands for us? We were able to make a preliminary analysis of these problems on the basis of the survey material on the conditions of workers in the nation as a whole.
Volume (Year): 22 (1989)
Issue (Month): 4 (July)
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