Political Culture in Post-communist Europe: Attitudes in New Democracies
Ashgate, 2003 - Political Science - 264 pages
Culture as destiny / Lucian W. Pye - Political culture and democratization : the Russian case in comparative perspective / Archie Brown - Political culture in East-Central and Eastern Europe : empirical findings 1990-2001 / Peter A. Ulram and Fritz Plasser - Learning democracy : do democratic values adjust to new institutions? / Robert Rohrschneider - Interest in politics and the political culture approach : the case of the new democracies of Southern and Eastern Europe / Irene Martin - Persistence of the democracies in Central and Eastern Europe : consolidation, stability, and people's power of resisting / Jörg Jacobs, Olaf Müller and Gert Pickel - Satisfaction with democracy and its sources : the cases of East Germany and Hungary / Jan Delhey and Verena Tobsch - Transformation and polarization : attitudes towards equality and achievement and the search for losers and winners of the East German transformation 1990-1995 / Heiner Meulemann - Über sieben Brücken mußt Du gehen ... ' Life worlds as places of socialization and biographical transformation work : a plea for the cooperation between quantitative and qualitative transformation research / Anna Schwarz - Values, small life worlds and communitarian orientations : ambivalent legacies and democratic potentials in post-communist political cultures / Gerd Meyer - Political culture in post-communist Europe : radical cultural change or adaptation on the basis of old cultural patterns? / Ivan Bernik and Brina Malnar - Solidarity, justice, and social change : Germany's ten years of unification / Bernd Wegener - On culture, thick and thin : toward a neo-cultural synthesis / William Mishler and Detlef Pollack.
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Culture as Destiny
Uber sieben Briicken muBt Du gehen Life Worlds as Places
The Russian Case in Comparative
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