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CHARLES D. CARY is a specialist in the field of comparative politics with emphasis on the Soviet Union. He holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University and has taught there and at the University of Iowa. As a recipient of Foreign Area and International Research and Exchanges Board fellowships, Dr. Gary has spent more than a year in the Soviet Union. He has published chapters in Jan F. Triska (ed.), Communist Party-States (1969), and Gary K. Bertsch and Thomas W. Ganschow (eds.), Comparative Communism: The Soviet, Chinese, and Yugoslav Models (1976), and numerous articles in such scholarly journals as American Political Science Review, Social Science Quarterly, Youth and Society, and Comparative Education Review. Most of his publications deal with the political socialization of Soviet youth. Dr. Cary is currently doing research involving computer content analysis of transliterated Russian language textual materials.
Charles D. Cary; The goals of citizenship training in american and soviet schools*. Studies in Comparative Communism 1 December 1977; 10 (3): 281–297. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0039-3592(77)80019-7
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