Panel on social dimensions of interdependence in the states of the former USSR

Beth A Mitchneck, R. S. Clem, T. Heleniak, R. J. Kaiser, M. P. Sacks, L. Schwartz

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A panel of geographers and social scientists discusses a broad range of social issues related to the integration and disintegration of the former Soviet Union. Among the factors affecting and affected by the altered character of social interaction in the former USSR and addressed in the panel are patterns of geographic settlement, labor force patterns, ethnoterritoriality, and return migration of Russians to Russia. The presentations focus on Central Asian and Russian ethnic groups in order to illustrate the consequences of interregional migration on both indigenous and non-indigenous peoples. -Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)28-51
Number of pages24
JournalPost-Soviet Geography
Volume34
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1993
Externally publishedYes

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Mitchneck, B. A., Clem, R. S., Heleniak, T., Kaiser, R. J., Sacks, M. P., & Schwartz, L. (1993). Panel on social dimensions of interdependence in the states of the former USSR. Post-Soviet Geography, 34(1), 28-51.

Panel on social dimensions of interdependence in the states of the former USSR. / Mitchneck, Beth A; Clem, R. S.; Heleniak, T.; Kaiser, R. J.; Sacks, M. P.; Schwartz, L.

In: Post-Soviet Geography, Vol. 34, No. 1, 1993, p. 28-51.

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Mitchneck, BA, Clem, RS, Heleniak, T, Kaiser, RJ, Sacks, MP & Schwartz, L 1993, 'Panel on social dimensions of interdependence in the states of the former USSR', Post-Soviet Geography, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 28-51.
Mitchneck BA, Clem RS, Heleniak T, Kaiser RJ, Sacks MP, Schwartz L. Panel on social dimensions of interdependence in the states of the former USSR. Post-Soviet Geography. 1993;34(1):28-51.
Mitchneck, Beth A ; Clem, R. S. ; Heleniak, T. ; Kaiser, R. J. ; Sacks, M. P. ; Schwartz, L. / Panel on social dimensions of interdependence in the states of the former USSR. In: Post-Soviet Geography. 1993 ; Vol. 34, No. 1. pp. 28-51.
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