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Title: Нацыянальнае будаўніцтва і праблема "міфалагізацыі" гісторыі ў Беларусі ў паслясавецкі перыяд
Authors: Іваноў, А. А.
Ivanou, A. A.
Keywords: постсовецкий период;национальное строительство;национальное самосознание;national construction;national awareness
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Белорусский государственный экономический университет
Citation: Іваноў, А. А. Нацыянальнае будаўніцтва і праблема "міфалагізацыі" гісторыі ў Беларусі ў паслясавецкі перыяд / А. А. Іваноў // Вестник Белорусского государственного экономического университета. - 2014. - № 2. - С. 103-108.
Abstract: Проблеме поиска концепции оценки исторического прошлого белорусского народа в процессе национального строительства в постсоветский период посвящена данная статья. Отсутствие единой общепринятой концепции, различная оценка роли отдельных эпох, событий, личностей в историческом прошлом, а также излишняя политизация некоторых вопросов создают серьезные проблемы в процессе формирования национального самосознания белорусского народа, особенно в условиях трансформации общественного сознания после распада СССР.
The problem of searching for a concept to evaluate the historical past of the Belarusian people in the process of national construction during the post-Soviet period is discussed. The absence of a single commonly acceptable concept, varied treatment of the role of particular epochs, events, personalities in the historical past, as well as excessive politicization of certain issues cause serious problems in the process of forming national awareness of the Belarusian people, particularly under conditions of transformation of social consciousness after collapse of the USSR.
URI: http://edoc.bseu.by:8080/handle/edoc/18545
ISSN: 1026-3578
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