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Ethnic politics and access to higher education: the Soviet case

, : Ethnic politics and access to higher education: the Soviet case. Comparative Politics 16(3): 277-294

The paper discusses the status of Soviet nationalities in regard to educational access and its political implications, underlining the complexity of the issue. The simple counting of numbers of students of a particular nationality attending higher educational institutions is insufficient since there are other important factors to be considered in the analysis of the ethnic politics of higher education in the USSR as in other societies.


DOI: 10.2307/421637

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