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|Statement||edited by Stephen Whitefield.|
|Series||St. Antony"s series, St. Antony"s series (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))|
|Contributions||Brown, Archie, 1938-, Whitefield, Stephen.|
|LC Classifications||JN6699.A15 P6525 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005049048|
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Political culture and post-communism / Stephen Whitefield --Myths about Russian political culture and the study of Russian history / Alexander Lukin and Pavel Lukin --Partial adaptation and political culture / Richard Sakwa --Culture, context, violence / Charles King --Bringing culture back into political analysis / Mary McAuley --Political.
The book's contributors engage with theoretical debates between political culture and competing 'rational choice' and institutionalist approaches to post-Soviet politics, and provide illustrative empirical studies of civic participation, views of national identity, the Russian criminal justice system and political violence.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Festschrift in honor of Archie E. Brown. Description: xvi, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Preface Political Culture and Post-Communism; ield Myths about Russian Political Culture and the Study of Russian History; and Partial Adaptation and Political Culture; Culture, Context, Violence: Eurasia in.
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it. Eric Gordy's "Culture of Power in Serbia: Nationalism and the Destruction of Alternatives" is a good place to start for both questions. Though written before the war in Kosovo and Milosevic's subsequent fall from power, the book provides a useful Political culture and post-communism book for understanding both the durability of his regime and the fragility of its popular by: Abstract.
It is more than twenty years since the publication of Archie Brown and Jack Gray’s Political Culture and Political Change in Communist States (Brown and Gray, ) and Archie Brown’s Political Culture and Communist Studies (Brown, a).
While Communist power has in the interim largely receded into history, the premise of this book is that the need to consider the Political culture and post-communism book of the Cited by: Danilo Breschi's "From Politics to Lifestyle and/or Anti-Politics: Political Culture and the Sense for the State in Post-Communist Italy" appears in Telos (Summer ).
Read the full version online at the Telos Online website, or purchase a print copy of the issue in our store. In Italy, the transition from communism to post-communism, from the PCI to today's Democratic Party, has been.
Although the essays in this book were originally written to explore the tensions between Soviet communism and Russian culture, the thinking about the Russian mind that emerges is. 46 books about Post-communism. transition and a valuable alternative to the “institutions versus culture” debate found in traditional analyses of political change, this book will interest political scientists and students and scholars of European politics and German studies.
A powerful exposition of how culture shapes social and. Garner, Ferdinand & Lawson: Introduction to Politics 2e Box Political culture and the collapse of Soviet Communism. It is indisputable that Russia has enjoyed less success than most states in East and Central Europe in managing the transition to democracy since This paper explores the problems of liberal pluralism in post-Communist Central and South-Eastern Europe.
It argues that the Anglo-Saxon analyses of post-Communism are hampered by the analysts’ own cultural baggage – the assumptions they make on the nature of democratic best practice. Central and South Eastern Europe will develop their own democratic norms, concepts, and patterns which.
religious tradition on the formation of political culture, the book seeks to explore how Orthodox Churches have been adapted to local political and cultural conditions in the four countries after the fall of communism; how. This book does what few other works have done: it examines the role media have played in the larger political, economic and social transformations in the post communist space.
An international group of scholars from various disciplines explore the complex relations between media, society, and the state in this region over the past twenty years, and present theoretical arguments that challenge. Read the full-text online edition of Women's Access to Political Power in Post-Communist Europe ().
in Eastern Europe has emphasized the importance of post-communist political culture, a culture that combines a strong patriarchal tradition with the residual effects of directive emancipation. the analyses in this book suggest culture. Michael D. Kennedy’s book prvides an excellent assessment of transition culture, the postcommunist culture that celebrates the shift from a planned economy to a market economy and from ditatorship to democracy.
This is an excellent book. Populist Authoritarianism focuses on the Chinese Communist Party, which governs the world's largest population in a single-party authoritarian state. Wenfang Tang attempts to explain the seemingly contradictory trends of the increasing number of protests on the one hand, and the results of public opinion surveys that consistently show strong government support on the other hand.
The events that shaped Polish culture at the onset of the post-communist period began in The suppressed demonstrations of gave rise to underground publishing on an unprecedented scale. It was the true beginning of a new literary knowledge in Poland. . Welch, S., 'Political culture, post-communism and disciplinary normalisation: towards theoretical reconstruction.',Palgrave Macmillan, reproduced with permission of Palgrave Macmillan.
This extract is taken from the author's original manuscript and has not been edited. Understanding the Political World offers a personal writing style and a comparative perspective that illuminates how politics works on individual, group, national, and global levels.
Both students and instructors praise this best-selling introduction to political science. Students value the Price: $ However, the political outcome has been much less uniform.
The post-communist states have developed political systems from democracy to dictatorship. Using examples and empirical data collected from twenty-six former Soviet states, Graeme Gill provides a detailed comparative analysis of the core issues of regime change, the creation of civil.
This book analyses the influence of Orthodoxy on political behaviours, values and judgments, looking particularly at such topics as the legacy of communism, shared attitudes towards the "West," the European Union, democracy, and the ways of conceptualising post-communist Ukrainian, Belarussian and Serbian cultural and national identity.
Jan Kubik is currently Professor in the Department of Political Science at Rutgers University and Professor of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London (UCL). He earned his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Columbia University. His interests include democratization and good governance, civil society, political culture, communism and post-communism in Poland as well as in.
This book analyses the influence of Orthodoxy on political behaviours, values and judgments, looking particularly at such topics as the legacy of communism, shared attitudes towards the “West,” the European Union, democracy, and the ways of conceptualising post-communist Ukrainian, Belarussian and Serbian cultural and national identity.
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Ordering multiple books. Check the box next to each item or use the “Select All” button, then click “Add to Cart.”. This is the first comprehensive study of Russian political and social thought in the post-Communist era. The book portrays and critically examines the conceptual and theoretical attempts by Russian scholars and political thinkers to make sense of the challenges of post-communism and the trials of ec.
Traditions and Present Problems of Czech Political Culture, ed. by Miloslav Bednár and Michal Vejraka (multiple formats at Google) Filed under: Post-communism -- Caucasus -- Congresses. Contested Borders in the Caucasus, ed. by Bruno Coppieters (HTML at VUB Press) Filed under: Post-communism -.
Post-communism. The Anatomy of Post-Communist Regimes. Author: Bálint Magyar. Bálint Madlovics. ISBN: paperback. $ The Crisis of Culture in the Post-Communism T ransition The democratic climate after led to a radic al change in the political condition of culture, but at the same time, culture is facing.
Although the culture shaping this transition is more contradictory and complex than clichés and mantras suggest, does signal a change in global culture. Afterwe are much less likely to think about alternative, and desirable, futures in terms of the contest between communism and capitalism.
The first volume of The Plains Political Tradition examined this complexity, and this new volume focuses on the unpredictability and the occasional paradox in the state's political culture. In these essays selected by editors Jon K. Lauck, John E. Miller, and Donald C.
Simmons, Jr., ten historians and political observers unpack the meanings in Brand: South Dakota State Historical Society. 1 Stephen Holmes, "Cultural Legacies or State Collapse?" in Michael Mandelbaum, ed., Post-Communism: Four Perspectives. A Council on Foreign Relations Book,p. 2 2 Transparency's International and Corruption Perceptions Index ranks Russia 76 out of 85 countries.
In his book “Post-Communism: a Transition zone” the Bosnian philosopher living in Austria, Boris Buden, attempted to reconstruct the origins of this language. In the late s and early s, that is in the era of Solidarity, the Round Table and the Velvet Revolution, the West looked at our region quite differently.
This chapter focuses on political leadership in thirty or so countries in Europe and Asia that removed the Communists from power in the lates/earlys. After contextualizing post-communist leadership studies, it focuses on six key debates in the field—the nature of the system; the optimal leadership model; the optimal time for adopting a new constitution; the type of leaders that Author: Leslie Holmes.
A Political Story of Post Communism First and foremost his book, Albania in Transition is a political story of post-communist political transition. It’s the best political history that has been written until now about one of the three most important periods— if not the most important— of the one hundred years of Albania’s modern.
Archibald Haworth Brown, CMG, FBA (born 10 May ), commonly known as Archie Brown, is a British political scientist andhe became an emeritus professor of politics at the University of Oxford and an emeritus fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford, where he served as a professor of politics and director of St Antony's Russian and East European Centre.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Culture, ethnicity and migration after communism. T2 - the Pontic Greeks. AU - Popov, Anton. PY - /5/ Y1 - /5/ N2 - This book addresses the issue of emerging transnationalism in the conditions of post-socialism through focussing on migrants’ identity as a social construction resulting from their experience of the ‘transnational circuit of culture’ as well as Cited by: 1.
Holmes, whose book is the only one that tries to give a comprehensive picture of what post-communism is, appears to reify the topic he studies: he says that it is difficult to define post-communism since 'the phenomenon is still crystallising' (p.
3), and speaks about countries that. J.A. Smith’s Other People’s Politics is a critical and original contribution to the debate over populism that seeks to go beyond the prevailing liberal interpretations, insisting that it is a form of politics that is best understood as one of three intertwined social and cultural ‘vectors’ that have given the decade or so since the financial crash their form.
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Communism, Post- Communism & Socialism. Culture and the Cuban State: Participation, Recognition, and Dissonance under Communism. A Socio-Political Model of Lies in Russia: Putin Against the Personal.
JASON C. VAUGHN. Post-communism—Russia (Federation) 5. Russia (Federation)— political culture, this book investigates more proximate causes behind the development of public attitudes in Russia. It argues that there are more evident factors that contributed to the rise of negative perceptions of re.
Visit our online store to order political science, political ideologies, communism, post-communism & socialism in bulk. Wholesale prices. Order min. 25 copies. Free Shipping & Price Match Guarantee. Communism is a political ideology that believes that societies can achieve full social equality by eliminating private property.
The concept of communism began with German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in the s but eventually spread around the world, being adapted for use in the Soviet Union, China, East Germany, North Korea, Cuba, Vietnam, and : Jennifer Rosenberg.A former advisor to "Solidarity", she specializes in political sociology and the problems of transformation in post-communist societies.
She is the author of many books and articles published both in Polish and in translation, including Poland's Self-Limiting Revolution (Princeton ) and The Dynamics of the Breakthrough in Eastern Europe.