Postcommunist Democratization: Political Discourses across Thirteen Countries

Synopsis

The study of the democratic transitions of former Communist states has been fertile ground for students of politics. This book provides a novel "ground up" perspective by examining the ways in which ordinary people have viewed and responded to democracy. Examining a number of countries at different stages of transition, they argue that democracy has been understood differently in different places and with varying levels of approval. The authors define their research within the context of each country's history and relate their analysis to future prospects for reform.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Yali Peng
  • Siniša Nikolin
  • Tatiana Rogovskaia
  • Victor Hohots
  • Kyrylo Loukerenko
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2002

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