Article name Everyday Life of School Community in Barnaul During the First World War
Authors Litvinova O. . Candidate of History, Associate Professor,
Bibliographic description Litvinova O. V. Everyday Life of School Community in Barnaul During the First World War // Humanitarian Vector. 2021. Vol. 16, No. 3. PP. 90–99. DOI: 10.21209/1996-7853-2021-16-3-90-99.
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DOI 10.21209/1996-7853-2021-16-3-90-99
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Annotation The article is devoted to everyday life of the school society in the Barnaul during the First World War. The relevance of the topic is determined by the importance of studying people’s behavior in times of crisis caused by the war. The purpose of the work is to study the practice of everyday life of the school community in the Barnaul during the war. The research was carried out on the basis of a socio-cultural approach. The main methods of research are institutional and positional analysis. During the war, various forms of charitable work entered the daily life of students and teachers. This happened under the influence of state and public institutions. The war led to a drop in the standard of living of students’ and teachers’ families. That is why the solution of social issues began to occupy an important place in the daily activities of the heads of educational institutions. The appearance of refugees in Barnaul formed of socially responsible behavior of school chiefs, ordinary teachers and parents of refugee students. As an emerging social practice of military time, one can consider the organization of pre-conscription training of school students. As a conclusion, the author formulates the idea that practices of everyday life in war conditions were determined both by the state policy and by the reaction of the school community to deteriorating living conditions. But not all new phenomena of the social life of the war years were able to gain a foothold in the period under consideration as durable examples of everyday life. An example of this is pre-conscription training.
Key words World War I, everyday life, school community, charity, refugees, social practices, military- sports Committees
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