Trudovoe


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Trudovoe

 

an urban-type settlement in Primor’e Krai, RSFSR, under the jurisdiction of the Artem city soviet. Located on Amur Bay, 33 km northeast of Vladivostok and 15 km from Artem. Population, 14,300 (1975). Trudovoe has a railroad station, Ugol’naia, on the Khabarovsk-Vladivostok line. Coal is mined nearby. The settlement has a brickyard and an experiment station for fruit and berries.

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Liutov, Rossiiskoe trudovoe zakonodatel 'stvo i mezhdunarodnye trudovye standarty: Sootvetstvie i perspektivy sovershenstvovaniia (Moscow: Tsentr sotsial'no-trudovykh prav, 2012), 192-200.
The cultural aspects of exile had already been explored in Soviet times, albeit masked by certain ideological clich's, such as "the re-education of kulaks through labor" (trudovoe vospitanie kulakov).