Covers the social sciences and humanities with citations and abstracts of journal articles, books, manuscripts, and dissertations published primarily in Russia, the republics of the former Soviet Union, and countries in Eastern Europe.
“Pravda was the official voice of Soviet communism and the Central Committee of the Communist Party between 1918 and 1991, when Boris Yeltsin signed a decree closing Pravda down. Founded in 1912 in St. Petersburg, Russia, Pravda originated as an underground, daily workers’ newspaper, and soon became the main newspaper of the revolutionary wing of the Russian socialist movement. After the collapse of the USSR, nationalist and communist journalists intermittently published a print newspaper and an online newspaper under the name Pravda. Today, Pravda represents the oppositional stance of the Communist Party in the Russian Federation.”
Canceled by the CDL 2010. (Most indexed journals are also indexed in EBSCO’s Academic Search Complete.) Covers North American scholarship on East-Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and includes citations for journal articles, books, book chapters, book reviews, dissertations, government publications, and more.