StatusThe thesis was presented on the 6 July, 2012
Approved by NCAA on the 9 October, 2012
Abstract– 0.33 Mb / in romanian
Structure of the thesis consists of introduction, 4 chapters, conclusions. Contains 139 pages of basic text, 310 references and 19 appendices. The results were published in 8 scientific papers.
Field of studyrefers to Romanian history and aims to elucidate the antagonism and the conflicts in MSSR society, denied theoretically and practically blinded by ideology and the communist authorities.
Objectives of the work concerns the genesis and evolution of the conflicts in Soviet society, with reference to the MSSR company; occurrence of conflict situations in the MSSR, in context of implementation of Soviet relations in MSSR; Socio-economic factors that have contributed to the establishment of the lull and state of conflict generation in MSSR; contribution and the importance of ethno-linguistic and cultural policy to the widening conflict in the states of MSSR; role of the conflict states in the demolition of the MSSR Communist totalitarian system.
The novelty and originality of scientific work is determined by its specificity and character. The work presents a first attempt to fight the Soviet theory of absencethe of conflict in Soviet society, having as object of research,the MSSR society.
Starting from general to particular, integrating the whole process of introducing, consolidation and collapse of the communist regime,we tried to emphasize the existence and evolution of the conflicts, despite their denial, through optical processes already studied in the history of Moldavian society .
Theoretical significance of the paper is expressed in scientific arguments and conclusions of the results obtained in the investigation of the proposed problem.
Applied value of work. Work and published articles can be used both by specialists in
preparing work summarizing the history of the Moldavian SSR. Results of investigations can be
used by political class and administrative structures (both on local and national level) and to
develop special courses for university students of history, political science, sociology