CHILDREN’S PLAYING DAILY ROUTINE IN THE 1940-1950S (BY THE MATERIALS OF MOLOTOV REGION)
Korenyuk Valentina Mikhailovna Perm State Humanitarian Pedagogical University
Abstract. The article is devoted to children’s games during the Great Patriotic War and the first postwar years. The author reveals the peculiarities of children’s playing daily routine, and draws special attention to risky children’s playing practices, which became widespread due to the lessening of adults’ supervision. This paper is written on the basis of archival sources and the recollections of the children of the wartime and the post-war period.
Key words and phrases: äåòè, èãðà, ñîâåòñêîå äåòñòâî, èãðîâîå ïðîñòðàíñòâî, âîéíà, children, game, Soviet childhood, playing space, war.
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