The analysis of the central and local co-operative press (46 titles) of two chronological periods – before WWI (1910-1913) and before Revolution (1916-1917) permitted to reveal on which initiative the associations were established and how they worked with the towns/cities. In the aspect of the development of the co-operative movement, the Russian rural areas had an advantage over the urban co-operatives. Rural co-operation aspired to the cities, created the networks, was largely involved in market relations. The co-operation served not only as a mechanism of delivery of agricultural goods to the cities but also as a way of constructing the social, economic and cultural rural-urban networks. And the initiative of their creation during the last prerevolutionary decade in Russia came frequently from the villages. One direct influence of foreign co-operative experience was mainly in cultural sphere.
|Status||Niet gepubliceerd - 2014|
|Evenement||8th European Social Science History Conference - Ghent, België|
Duur: 13 apr 2010 → 16 apr 2010
|Conferentie||8th European Social Science History Conference|
|Verkorte titel||ESSHC Ghent 2010|
|Periode||13/04/2010 → 16/04/2010|
Novichenko, I. (2014). The Study of European Co-operation and Practice of Co-operation in Russia (1890s-1920s). Abstract van 8th European Social Science History Conference, Ghent, België. https://esshc.socialhistory.org/esshc-user/programme/2014?day=15&time=31&paper=1590&textsearch=Novichenko