The contradictory policy of the Soviet government on women issues in the first half of the 20th century (on the example of Karakalpakstan)



  • Abdullaeva Yakhshibiyke Atamuratovna


Amudarya department, Karakalpakstan, the Jadids, Soviet system, Communist party, woman, women's councils, religion,


This article describes the controversial policy of the Soviet government in women
matters in the first half of the 20th century on the example of Karakalpakstan. It also
analyzes the policy of the Communist Party and councils carried out among the population,
including women, their methods and forms of management. The events that were held
among women during the Soviet period (epoch) are worth of attention as they had objective
and subjective reasons, as well as consequences. In this article, all the activities carried out
by the Soviets and the Communist Party to educate women in the "Soviet" style were
disclosed, methods and forms were determined, and their classification was created.