Russian Modernization

A New Paradigm
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 29. November 2020
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  • 394 Seiten
 
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978-1-000-22680-5 (ISBN)
 

Building on an original interpretation of social theory and an interdisciplinary approach, this book creates a new paradigm in the Russian studies. Taking a fresh view of Russia's multiple experiences of modernization, it seeks to explain the Putin era in a completely new way.

This book explores the paradoxical and contradictory aspects of Russia, analyzing the energy-dependent economy and hybrid political regime, but also religion, welfare, and culture, and their often complex interrelations. Written by a community of both Western and Russian scholars, this book re-affirms the value of social science when confronting a society that has undergone enormous and costly systematic changes. The Russian elites see modernization narrowly as economic and technological competitiveness. The contributors to this volume see contemporary Russia facing a series of antinomies, which are macro-level dilemmas that cannot be abolished, either by philosophical mediation or by immediate political decisions. As such, they are the tension fields that constitute choices for various competing agencies.

This book will be of interest to scholars and students of Russian studies, transition studies, sociology, social policy, political science, energy policy, cultural studies, and stratification studies. Professionals involved in energy, ecology, and security policy will also find this publication a rich source.

  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
7 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 7 schwarz-weiße Zeichnungen, 13 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
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978-1-000-22680-5 (9781000226805)
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Markku Kivinen is a sociologist of Russia, and founder and former Director for 23 years to the Aleksanteri Institute, the Finnish Centre for Russian and East European studies.

Brendan Humphreys is a senior researcher at the Aleksanteri Institute, the Finnish Centre for Russian and East European studies, and affiliated with Urbaria, the Helsinki Centre for Urban studies.

Chapter 1 - Russian Modernization: A New Paradigm

Markku Kivinen and Mikhail Maslovskiy

Chapter 2 - Modernization of the Russian Economy: Fossil Fuels, Diversification and the Shackles of International Political Economy

Pami Aalto and Anna Lowry

Chapter 3 - Authoritarian Modernization in Post-Soviet Russia: Structures, Agencies, and Choices

Vladimir Gel'man, Markku Kangaspuro, Jouko Nikula, Jussi Lassila, Anna-Liisa Heusala, Marina Khmelnitskaya and Andrey Starodubtsev

Chapter 4 - Modernization of the Russian Social Policy: Social Crisis, Interventions, and Withdrawals

Markku Kivinen, Meri Kulmala, Jouko Nikula, Simo Mannila, Markus Kainu, Laura Kemppainen, Teemu Kemppainen, Kaarina Aitamurto, Andrey Starodubtsev, Roosa Rytkönen, Marina Khmelnitskaya and Anna Tarasenko

Chapter 5 - Post-Soviet Russian Culture: Anomy, Desecularization and the Conservative Turn

Markku Kivinen, Arto Mustajoki, Jouko Nikula, Ira Österberg, Kaarina Aitamurto, Elina Kahla, Vesa Oittinen, Elina Viljanen, Markku Kangaspuro, Jussi Lassila, Susanna Hast, Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen and Saara Ratilainen

Chapter 6 - Modernization of Russia's Foreign and Security Policy

Tuomas Forsberg, Hanna Smith, Katri Pynnönniemi, Sirke Mäkinen, Nina Tynkkynen and Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen

Chapter 7 - Interdisciplinary Synthesis: Antinomies of Russian Modernization

Markku Kivinen and Brendan Humphreys

"The culmination of an ambitious and extraordinarily productive eight-year multi-author study of the various dimensions of Russian modernisation, the outlines of a new paradigm are presented here, combining wide-ranging interdisciplinary investigations, social theory and the best of area studies. Containing a wealth of theoretical insight and empirical analysis by an impressive range of specialists, this pioneering volume applies the concept of modernisation while modernising the concept itself." - Richard Sakwa, University of Kent, UK.
"A beacon of cool, perceptive empirical analyses and open-ended theorization in a field infested with fixed ideas and ideologies. Illuminating." - Goeran Therborn, emeritus, University of Cambridge, UK.

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