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theme (1993) 03/30/1993

Film-document №82070 1 part, Duration: 0:43:55 to collection Price category --

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Anchorperson: Vladislav Listjev

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The theme of the issue is emancipation in Russia.

The guests of the program are sociologist Larisa Lvovna Lisyutkina and the author of the journal “Work Woman” Lidia Mikhailovna Ivanova.

The conversation is devoted to attempts to understand what emancipation is and what is its benefit or harm for modern society.

Why is it so difficult for men and women to understand each other?

What are we costing the search and desire to find a human individuality?

What is necessary to understand in order to be able to live life with a sense of inner personal freedom?

And in general, is it worth it?

The discussion is complemented by plots from the history of the emancipation of women around the world, ranging from the struggle for the right to vote to the right to education, work in the field of business, justice and politics, as well as abortion rights and other decisions that allow a woman to influence her own destiny.

The program includes excerpts from feature films “Girls” (1961, director Yu.S. Chulyukin), “A Girl without an Address” (1957, director E.A. Ryazanov), “Beginning” (1970, director G.А.Panfilov) "Member of the Government" (1939, directors AG Zakhri, I.Ye.

Heifits).

Personnel

Lisyutkina L.L. - Candidate of Philosophy, Researcher, ISP RAS. Ivanova L.M. - Russian journalist, writer, actress, TV presenter, candidate of pedagogical sciences, master of sports of the USSR in rowing.

Social life