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Empirical sociology in the East-European communist party-states.

John S. Shippee

Empirical sociology in the East-European communist party-states.

by John S. Shippee

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Published by Stanford U.P .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesStanford Studies of the Communist System. Research papers -- no.12
The Physical Object
Pagination80p.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13724575M

  Appendices to the book provide detailed information about all empirical materials. About the Authors. Elizabeth Osborn is a Professor of sociology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She received her Ph.D. in sociology from the Ohio State University. .   This book is a work of political science, in the sub-field of comparative politics, and it also has overlap with the fields of sociology, history, and anthropology. Geographically, it focuses on the countries of post-communist Europe, and it includes in-depth case studies of Eastern Germany and Russia. It also contains a broader cross-national Reviews: 3.

  In this way, the book will undoubtedly help contribute to 'meaningful and cumulative comparative research' for years to come." American Journal of Sociology "This book is a major achievement: a multi-method, cross-national study of civil society that demonstrates the decisive impact of Leninist rule on the post-communist world.   The Baltic States from the Soviet Union to the European Union (Basees / Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies) [Mole, Richard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Baltic States from the Soviet Union to the European Union (Basees / Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies).

Read this article on Questia. Academic journal article East European Quarterly Independence before All Else: Hungarian Anti-Communist Resistance in the East European Context, Nevertheless this book is better and more important ant import than anything I have done during the past 30 years ars ye in two important ant import respects: 1) it carries a far greater ater gre number of countries with the most impressive sive impres empirical knowledge edge knowl of their eir th changes of the past decades; 2) it has a far.


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31A; I cite this work with some hesitation, because it is generally so poor and inaccurate as to verge on the scandalous).

This is a reflection of the increasing legitimacy. This review critically examines theoretical and empirical work on social cleavages in East European, post-communist societies. It considers the initial wave of hypotheses concerning the structuring of party support in the region and examines empirical evidence on the patterning of the social bases of political preferences that have accrued Cited by: This review critically examines theoretical and empirical work on social cleavages in East European, post-communist societies.

It considers the initial wave of hypotheses concerning the. In Decemberthe European Commission rejected calls made by six East European countries to criminalize the denial of crimes perpetrated by communist regimes, in the same way as a number of EU countries have banned the public condoning, denial, and gross trivialization of the Holocaust.

The EU Council Framework Decision on combating racism and xenophobia does not cover Cited by: independent, communist-led East European states were linked in Empirical sociology in the East-European communist party-states.

book circumstances (e.g. with the appropriation of federal monies to National Resource Centers for Russian and Eastern European Studies, or the journal Soviet Studies) and not in other (e.g.

with a division made between the East European. Most of this work, however, draws upon the Soviet experience and the amount of empirical testing of the models in the East European context is small.

The Communist Parties of the states of East Europe, for all their similarity in terms of "leading role" to that of the Soviet Union or China, are in a fundamentally different position.

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29. Ágnes Gagyi and Márk Áron Éber, “Class and Social Structure in Hungarian Sociology,” East European Politics and Societ no. 3 (): – David Ost ”Stuck in the Past and the Future: Class Analysis in Postcommunist Poland,” East European Politics and Societ no.

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MacArthur Professor of Sociology and Law, Northwestern University, Illinois, and Co-Director, Center on Law and Globalization, American Bar Foundation. A combination of factors - including personal lives, economic situations, lack of legitimate hang-out space, drugs, alienation from school and parents, parental high expectations, and quick negative judgments - created a situation in which teens wanted out and they thought suicide was the only answer.

The evident parallels with Soviet and East European experiences in structural experimentation, as well as in stages of development, are particularly edifying. More precise inquiries into the practical interactions of workers, unions, and regime are surely precluded in the absence of empirical.

Formation in Communist Europe Aspirations, Reactions and Results Introduction It is notable, that when the American sociologist Daniel Bell published his book entitled The End of Ideology inthe reality on the ground in the United States and elsewhere in the West was that of a vigorous re-politicizing of a generation.

The unfortunate timing. Pub Date: October ISBN: Pages. Format: E-book List Price: $ Introduction. The collapse of communism across the Central and Eastern Europe was one of the final manifestations of a worldwide spread of democratization over a period of twenty years that began with South Europe inthen continued in Latin America in the s and subsequently moved on to Eastern Asia in the late s and s.

The Czechoslovak Sociological Association, the Institute of Sociology at the Academy of Sciences and several university departments were all established in – Sociology quickly developed thanks to new international contacts and the support of the Communist reformers.

This boom came to an end after the Soviet invasion in "Pieter Vanhuysse’s book takes a fresh look at social policies in post-communist Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic. It addresses the question of why, despite the severe social hardship of post-communist transformation, East European societies hardly engaged in.

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The book's particular strength is to cast the process in.The book is ‘antifeudal’ (Manuel & Manuel: ) with the Utopian social order being a patriarchal, ‘calm meritocracy’ (ibid).

Warrior-nobles are the enemies, the monarch is dependent on civilian councillors and the learned are highly valued, which reflected changes going on in the royal service of many European monarchies at this time.

The key to untangling this issue is to look at the peculiarities of their transition strategies and economic crisis compared with those of Central and East European countries. This paper aims to unravel the complex ties between the transition process and corruption in the FSU states through theoretical and empirical analyses of the impact of.