By Katja Lehtisaari,Arto Mustajoki
In this ebook the specialist foreign members try and resolution questions similar to: How a long way is it attainable to characteristic swap in modern Russia as as a result of cultural elements? How does the method of switch in cultural associations replicate the overall improvement of Russia? Are there sure philosophical rules that specify the Russian interpretation of a latest state?
This edited quantity elaborates on methods of Russian modernisation relating to quite a lot of components, together with using sleek know-how, parts of civil society, a competent felony process, excessive degrees of schooling, equality between electorate, freedom of speech, faith and exchange. the focus is at the Putin period yet old backgrounds also are mentioned, including context. The chapters conceal a large spectrum of analysis fields from philosophy and political principles to gender matters, language, the schooling approach, and the placement of song as a constituent of contemporary identity.
Throughout the ebook the chapters are written so one can introduce specialists from different fields to new views on Russian modernisation, and de-modernisation, methods. will probably be of significant curiosity to postgraduates and students in Philosophy, Politics, IR, tune and Cultural reports, and, in fact, Russian studies.
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