Неофициальные группы советских школьников 1940—1960-х годов: типология, идеология, практики
The article deals with unofficial teenagers’ “organizations” appeared in the USSR in 1940–1960s. Author analyses how adolescents’ psychology, Soviet culture (Russian history teaching, fiction and cinema) and official political life forms (communist party, Komsomol) influenced on discursive and pragmatic appearance of youth political protest. Transformation of the official Soviet discourse on adolescents is another issue of the article. Conception of the puberty direct worth dismissed the taboo on it (C.Kelly) in the early 1960s. It manifested not only in new initiatives of soviet pedagogues but also in Soviet justice. Punitive measures not connected with imprisonment were primary applied to teenagers although for decades before it adolescents were condemned equally with adults.