Media, culture and society in Putin's Russia
An international collection of papers focused on media, culture and society in postcommunist Russia. Contributors deploy a wealth of primary data in examining the kinds of issues that are central to our understanding of the kind of system that has been established in the worlds largest country after a period of far-reaching change.
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Civil Society and the Reconstitution of Russian Political
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