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Leisure traditions of Tambov clubs of 19th – the beginning of 20th century

Annotation

The peculiarities of appearance and development of clubs in Tambov region in the period 19th - the beginning of 20th century are revealed. The materials of research are based on the analysis of archive sources and materials of periodicals. The characteristic of becoming of culture of club in Tambov province is given. Basing on the analysis of statutes and accounts of club community the basic aims and tasks, content directions of clubs’ activity are revealed, the implementation of clubs in the development of social-cultural processes of union are considered. The greatest amount of clubs was men’s clubs. Women were not allowed, only for family evening parties, balls and masked balls. But by the beginning of 20th century there were almost no class-closed clubs. The activity of Assembly of the Nobility, Konnozavodskoe and Commercial assembly and also People’s Houses is presented. Club culture in Tambov region was developing rather fast. It was significant for the development of social and cultural processes of the province. The leisure evening, concert-entertaining programmes, performances of professional and amatory groups, charity events were organized in the club besides the organization of table-top games and social and political discussions. The clubs were the centers of education and culture, playing an important role in the life of regional society.

Keywords

clubs’ history; table-top games; leisure programs; education; charity

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DOI

10.20310/1810-0201-2017-22-6(170)-61-67

UDC

379.828

Pages

61-67

References

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Received

2016-10-17

Section of issue

Theory and methods of sociocultural activity organization

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