Досуг в пространстве городской повседневности Санкт-Петербурга позднеимперского периода (основные характеристики и особенности развития)

Translated title of the contribution: Leisure in the space of urban everyday life in St. Petersburg of the late Imperial period (main characteristics and features of development)

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Abstract

The article discusses the main features of the transformation of leisure practices of the population of St. Petersburg in the late XIX-early XX centuries. It is concluded that the capital of the Russian
Empire was a place of development and dissemination of leisure culture in all its various forms. Industrialization and industrial growth have led both to the emergence of more leisure consumers and to the creation of conditions for its commercialization. Everyday life was filled not only with the usual forms of recreation and entertainment, but also with new ones that owed their appearance to technological progress.
The authorities and civil society were concerned about the organization of cultural forms of leisure, which
was associated with the steady popularity of deviant practices. Despite the social contrasts associated with
both the economic and cultural level of residents, it can be argued that leisure gradually became more and
more democratized
Translated title of the contributionLeisure in the space of urban everyday life in St. Petersburg of the late Imperial period (main characteristics and features of development)
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)159-164
JournalГУМАНИТАРНЫЙ НАУЧНЫЙ ВЕСТНИК
Issue number10
StatePublished - 2020

Scopus subject areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)

Keywords

  • history of leisure
  • history of Saint Petersburg
  • history of everyday life
  • historical urbanism
  • society and power

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