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Authors: Polina Katz and Naum Katz

conducted in 1968 with a new group of immigrants and compared the results focusing primarily on the areas of adaptation, assimilation, and religious observance as well as other experiences in becoming part of what is known as the American “melting pot”. Keywords immigration , adaptation , assimilation

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
Author: Roman Abramov

capitalist economy. DIY versions of Monopoly were an adaptation of Western goods to socialist conditions, which had been common practice in the Soviet Union since its inception 31 . DIY board games can be qualified as ephemeral forms of material culture, which tend to disappear over time, as they are

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

. MccGuire, Michael. Perestroika and Soviet National Security. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, 1991. xi, 481 pp. $39.95 cloth, $18.95 paper. The Soviet-East European Relationship in the Gorbachev Era: The Prospects for Adaptation. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1990. xi, 249 pp. $29.00 softcover

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

in the re-invention of the rules of the board business game. Abramov argues that DIY Monopoly versions were a form of adaptation of western goods to socialist conditions, which were a common practice in the Soviet Union since its inception. I trust that you will enjoy this second 2020 issue of

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

rehearsing the ballet, we deconstructed its elements - music, choreography, and design. Thus, we dis- covered exactly how each element depends upon the others. In reconstructing the elements, we also found ourselves recreating the ballet by making neces- sary adaptations in the historical work to the

In: Experiment
Author: Donald W. Green

institutional change as adaptation to remove economic inefficiency.6 The richness of their work is not in the truism that benefits should exceed costs but rather in their emphasis upon the perception of gain, the problems of institutional innovation, and the costs of reorganization. However, their analysis was

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

no account of his practi- cal approach to similar problems, or indeed their opposite. If anything, he himself shows tendencies towards a selective adaptation of interview quotes to his own pre-established contexts. Furthermore, the reader is only provided with quotes in what must be assumed to be the

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

-garde painting, on the clash between rhythm and meter in Symbolist poetry, on syncopation in the music of Nikolai Roslavets and Igor Stravinsky, and on the adaptation of motobio to mechanical vehicles such as automobiles and airplanes. However, some idea of the universality of motobio as the common de- nominator

In: Experiment

: Cambridge University Press in associa- tion with The Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1990. xii, 263 pp. $49.50. The Soviet-East European Relationship in the Gorbachev Era: The Prospects for Adaptation. Edited by Aurel Brown. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1990. xi, 249 pp. $29.00 paper. Stupples

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
Author: MARK KONECNY

adaptation of the form to his poetry. Benedikt Livshits, friend and fellow Futurist, remarked that the play was a particularly success- ful analysis of the psychology of the author: At the center of the dramatic spectacle was, of course, the author of the play, transforming this thing into a monodrama. It

In: Experiment