ПОЛИТИЧЕСКАЯ КУЛЬТУРА И ДЕМОКРАТИЗАЦИЯ В РОССИИ


https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2014-5-3(17)-60-67

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Аннотация

На основе сорокапятидневных полевых исследований, а также глубокого изучения имеющейся литературы по политической культуре и процессу демократизации настоящая статья рассматривает политическое развитие России. Автор делает оптимистичный вывод относительно развития процесса демократизации в стране. Вместе с тем он заключает, что упрощенные оценки российской политической культуры не позволяют понять особенности политического развития страны и не способствуют российскому процессу демократизации и перспективам укрепления демократии в России.


Об авторе

Виджей Кумар

Индия


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Для цитирования: Кумар В. ПОЛИТИЧЕСКАЯ КУЛЬТУРА И ДЕМОКРАТИЗАЦИЯ В РОССИИ. Сравнительная политика. 2014;5(3(17)):60-67. https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2014-5-3(17)-60-67

For citation: Kumar V. POLITICAL CULTURE AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN RUSSIA. Comparative Politics Russia. 2014;5(3(17)):60-67. https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2014-5-3(17)-60-67

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