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Performing Political Opposition in Russia af Laura Lyytikainen

Performing Political Opposition in Russia (Mobilization Series on Social Movements, Protest, and Culture)

- The Case of the Youth Group Oborona

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Beskrivelse: Drawing on fieldwork conducted in Moscow and St. Petersburg among the political opposition's youth group Oborona (Defence), this ground-breaking work brings forward ... Læs mere

Drawing on fieldwork conducted in Moscow and St. Petersburg among the political opposition's youth group Oborona (Defence), this ground-breaking work ... Læs mere

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Engelsk
ISBN-13:
9781317082309
Sideantal:
202
Udgivet:
04-10-2016
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Drawing on fieldwork conducted in Moscow and St. Petersburg among the political opposition's youth group Oborona (Defence), this ground-breaking work brings forward a multifaceted and colourful image of the life of political opposition activists in a restricted political environment. Existing studies on youth political activism in Russia have mainly dealt with the pro-Kremlin youth movements, such as Nashi, while youth opposition activism has been studied very little. Lyytikainen contributes to this gap by showing how youth are also actively organizing against the current government and how Russian oppositional youth activist practices are diverse and constantly evolving.Theoretically this book contributes to discussions on activist identities, as well as to an understanding of social movements and protest by analysing political protests as social performances. The research illustrates how Soviet continuities and liberal ideas are entangled in Russian political activism to create new post-socialist political identities and practices. It also questions the idea of Russian democratization being tied to its totalitarian past, and that of western-type liberal democracy being the goal of this process. Instead, the book proposes that Russian political culture should be analysed on its own, and as an entanglement of various interacting systems of thought.

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