BARANOV A.V. Specificity of political modernization of Russia in 1990–2000s (theories and reality)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu4.2011.2.25

Baranov Andrey Vladimirovich

Doktor Nauk (History), Doktor nauk (Political Sciences), Professor Department of Political Sciences and Political Management,

Kuban State University

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Abstract. The article defines the treatment of political modernization and reveals the specificity of the application of theories of modernization on political processes in Russia, 1990–2000s. The sociocultural context of post-Soviet Russia’s modernization is established.

Key words: modernization theories, specificity, political processes, Russia, 1990–2000s.

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