Peasant and Agricultural Laborers in the Belarus Rural Communities Structure


Smirnova R.A.

Dr. Sci. (Philos.), Assoc. Prof., Chief Researcher, Institute of Economiсs, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus smirnovasoc@yandex.ru

DOI: 10.31857/S013216250004020-5
ID of the Article: 7624


For citation:

Smirnova R.A. Peasant and Agricultural Laborers in the Belarus Rural Communities Structure. Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya [Sociological Studies]. 2019. No 4. P. 142-145




Abstract

Вasic criterias of social classes differentiation in the modern Belarusian society are discussed in the context of the analysis of status and prospects for the development of main social groups in the field of agricultural production, of agricultural workers and peasants. Knowledge of social group specifics of workers and peasants in regional conditions and trends in the rural communities social structure will enable local authorities to take into account differentiation of their rural population and the specific features of the economic behavior, lifestyle, motivation, migration intentions and electoral behavior in the process of social policy implementation.


Keywords
social group; classes; social status; the criteria of class formation; social self-identification; workers; peasants; labour motivation; social policy

References

Smirnova R.A. (ed.) (2015) The Fate of the Belarusian Province: Sociological Analysis. Minsk: Belaruskaya navuka. (In Russ.)

Zaprudskaya T., Gorbacheva E. (2016) The Current State and Main Directions of Development of Peasant (Farm) Farms in the New Economic Conditions of the Republic of Belarus. Agrarnaya ekonomika [Agrarian Economy]. No. 6: 2–8. (In Russ.)

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