State collective farms as places of social inclusion
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State Collective Farms for many of us is a symbol of a bygone era, whose le gacy is the poverty and social unrest of former residents of the former state- -owned farms. Such a picture is partly a consequence of entering this com munity into a model that was shaped in the communist system, and the PGR man is referred to as homo sovieticus. Keeping in mind that this evaluative image affects the deepening gap in social knowledge about the past of PGRs. Where the incompleteness of knowledge about this place and its inhabitants is visible, as well as the resulting deformations of the intellectual view of reali ty, contributing to the stratification of myths and stereotypes and its socio-hi- storical evaluation. The next step will be the analysis of the social phenome non, which I refer to as an unconscious social inclusion, among others people with intellectual disabilities in state-owned farms, which in the context of mo dern inclusive policy solutions is an important voice, albeit unfortunately very poorly audible or unwanted due to the stigma of homo sovieticus. The text is intellectually and emotionally entangled in the applied research strategy, which is autoethnography. Because as a resident of one of the state farms, where I lived and educated from an early age. The description of a specific place and people living in it through a direct clash on the one hand with the truth and on the other hand prejudices and stereotypes allows for a deeper understanding of, among others, by the researcher's own source experience, which refers to his participation in this culture - past and present.
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