Legal Conditions to Prevent the Fragmentation of the Cultural Field

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Artem Eduardovich Skvortsov
Alfia Foatovna Galimullina
Inna Vladimirovna Shchepacheva
Kadisha Rustembekovna Nurgali


Laws to protect the owners, legal occupiers and non-governmental and private operators of immovable works and historical-cultural contexts and considering the large number of historical works in the country and the necessity of preserving them and considering the duty of the government to support and protect them and historical contexts- cultural as heritage and treasure of culture and civilization and following the law of supporting the restoration and revival of language and cultural textures, this issue requires special attention. The article examines topical socio-cultural problems of contemporary Russian poetry (2000-2020s). In the post-Soviet period, the poetic peak of contemporary Russian poetry has been discussed greatly. A commonplace was the thought that the 1980s-2020s were the third significant period in Russian poetic culture, exceeding in duration the periods of the Golden (1810-1830s) and Silver (1890-1920s) centuries. In recent years, literary community has clearly the idea to designate and comprehend what has developed. There are still few studies and monographs devoted to the state of Russian poetry in the last thirty or forty years. At the same time, the main aim of them is not to give the most complete description or, moreover, the presentation of the development of Russian poetry. More often, researchers collect separate articles under one cover that concern specific authors or different problems [1-5]. Poetry is unusually broad and heterogeneous; it lacks a clear designated aesthetic mainstream. In the past two decades, the general poetic space was divided into many heterogeneous small groups, associations, unions, clubs, publications, network resources, publishing houses and cultural projects. Problems of disintegration, fragmentation and atomization of the literary and reading field are currently seen as one of the most acute and alarming. The article analyzes the reasons which led Russian poetry to such state, and the possible solutions are indicated. 

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Skvortsov, A. E. ., Galimullina, A. F. ., Shchepacheva, I. V. ., & Nurgali, K. R. . (2022). Legal Conditions to Prevent the Fragmentation of the Cultural Field . BiLD Law Journal, 7(3s), 208–211. Retrieved from