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"We Didn't Oppress Anyone": Peculiarities of Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mixed Families (Based on the Field Material from the Expeditions to Transnistria)
Slavic & Jewish Cultures Dialogue Similarities Differences
The article is devoted to the study of mixed marriages based on materials collected in expeditions to Transnistria in 2017–2019. Mixed families are common practice in the Soviet period they act as a source for transformation classical definition of Jewish identity, that in turn have an impact on the partner self-identification. The authors collected and analyzed 29 interviews with mixed married partners (Jews and non-Jews) and their children. Three zones of tension were identified (outwardlydoi:10.31168/2658-3356.2020.11 fatcat:mavopqpblvafrfonmprvjchyra