New conservatives in Russia and East Central Europe

Authors / Contributors:
edited by Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga
Place, publisher, year:
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
Physical Description:
xi, 309 Seiten : Diagramme
Format:
Book (Congress)
Online Access:
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505 0 |a Introduction: towards a new illiberal conservatism in Russia and Central Eastern Europe / Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga -- Russia's conservative counter-movement: genesis, actors and core concepts / Katharina Bluhm -- The universal and the particular in Russian conservatism / Paul Robinson -- Against "post-communism": the conservative dawn in Hungary / Aron Buzogány and Mihai Varga -- New conservatism in Poland: the discourse coalition around law and justice / Ewa Dabrowska -- The national conservative parties in Poland and Hungary and their core supporters compared: values and socio-structural background / Jochen Roose and Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski -- "Conservative modernization" and the rise of law and justice in Poland / Krzysztof Jasiecki -- The limits of conservative influence on economic policy in Russia / Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov -- The Budapest-Warsaw express: conservatism and the diffusion of economic policies in Poland and Hungary / Ewa Dabrowska, Aron Buzogány, and Mihai Varga -- Gender in the resurgent Polish conservatism / Agnieszka Wierzcholska -- "Traditional values" unleashed: the ultraconservative influence on Russian family policy / Katharina Bluhm and Martin Brand -- Religious conservatism in post-Soviet Russia and its relation to politics: empirical findings from ethnographic fieldwork / Tobias Köllner -- Ready for diffusion: Russia's "cultural turn" and the post-Soviet space / Sebastian Schieck and Azam Isabaev -- The emergence and propagation of new conservatism in post-communist countries: systematization and outlook / Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga 
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