DOI: https://doi.org/10.30840/2413-7065.1-2(62-63).2017.137141

Соціально-побутові умови перших етапів репатріації кримських татар

Olena Soboleva

Анотація


У статті розглядається питання побутових, соціальних  та економічних умов, у яких відбувалися перші етапи репатріації кримських татар (1980–1990), аналізуються адаптивні стратегії репатріантів.

Ключові слова


кримські татари; репатріація; побут; соціальна сфера

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