Body, Consciousness and Worldview of a “Special Settler” in the Soviet System of Forced Labor: The Preservation of Lithuanian Ethnic and Religious Identity in Exile in Buryat-Mongolia Revisited
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Body, Consciousness and Worldview of a “Special Settler” in the Soviet System of Forced Labor: The Preservation of Lithuanian Ethnic and Religious Identity in Exile in Buryat-Mongolia Revisited
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S207987840001177-3-1
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10.18254/S0001177-3-1
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The article presents a new outlook on the problem of the preservation of the ethnic and religious identity by Lithuanian “special settlers” in Buryat-Mongolia in 1948—1960. The deportation and the “special settlement” are viewed in the prism of Michel Foucault’s concept of political seizure of a body, its subjection and economic exploitation, as well as a complex social function and a special kind of social engineering aimed at a transformation of worldview of “special settlers” along the Soviet ideological matrix. Factors of influence on the body of a “special settler” aimed at subjugation and weakening of resistance are singled out. The role of ethnic and religious identity in passive resistance of special settlers against Sovietization is exposed.
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body, soul, special settlers, political seizure, life-sustaining space, geomedical situation, ethnic and religious identity
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09.06.2015
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30.06.2015
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  2. Zalyauskas K. V. (1938 g. r.)
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