Number of citations: 4
F Adam – Družboslovne razprave, Let. 6, št. 7, 1989 COBISS.SI-ID 7584002
Citing scientific work
|Publisher||Ashgate Pub Ltd, 2003|
D Pollack, J Jacobs, O Muller, G Pickel, eds.
Engaging directly with some of the most important issues in contemporary politics, this volume deals with the role of political culture in democratic transitions, focusing in particular on democratization in Eastern and Central Europe. The central question is the relationship between institutional development and societal norms, and between the development of a superstructure of democratic proceduralism and the attitudes and responses of post-Communist republics. Surveying over ten years of experience of post-Communist change, the book draws upon a rich range of sources using quantitative survey data in a sophisticated and enlightening way. The rigorous methodology employed provides important insights into real processes in specific countries and allows for a number of generalizations to be made about the role of contemporary political culture. today.
|Publisher||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2003|
|COBISS.SI - ID||22541405|
I Bernik, B Malnar
Political culture in post-communist Europe: attitudes in new democracies, D Pollack (ed.), Chapter 11 Political Culture in Post-Communist Europe: Radical Cultural Change or Adaptation on the Basis of Old Cultural Patterns? Ivan Bernik and Brina Malnar The Egalitarian Syndrome and Civilizational Incompetence: A Latent Cultural Matrix of Socialist Societies?
Engaging directly with some of the most important issues in contemporary politics, this volume deals with the role of political culture in democratic transitions, focusing in particular on democratization in Eastern and Central Europe.
|Publisher||Texas A&M University Press, 2006|
|COBISS.SI - ID||32006754|
Subject: Politics and government, Post-communism, History & Theory, Political Process, Political Ideologies - Democracy, Slovenia Politics and government 1990 - ,
Post-communism in Slovenia.
In this case study of the politics of transition in Eastern Europe, Rudolf Martin Rizman provides a careful, detailed sociological explanation and narrative on the emergence of independent statehood and democracy in Slovenia. In his focus on the transition from an authoritarian to a democratic regime, Rizman analyzes social processes and political issues in the context of the Third Wave of democratization, identifying "zones of certainty and uncertainty."
Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series on Eastern Europe.
|COBISS.SI - ID||32723298|
Questo volume intende fornire una spiegazione sociologica per la nascita dello stato indipendente e della democrazia in Slovenia in seguito al crollo del regime comunista e nel contesto globale dela terza ondata di demozrazzione (1974 - 1990).