Petrified Utopia: Happiness Soviet Style
Taken together, these essays redefine the preconceived notion of Soviet happiness as the product of official ideology imposed from above and expressed predominantly through collective experience, and provide evidence that the formation of the concept of individual happiness was not contained by the limitations of important state projects, controlled by state policies and aimed toward the creation of a new society.
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Balina, Marina and Dobrenko, Evgeny, "Petrified Utopia: Happiness Soviet Style" (2009). IWU Authors Bookshelf. 31.