Title

Perceptions of the State in Russia and Serbia: The Role of Ideas in the Soviet and Yugoslav Collapse

Abstract

A sociologist whose area of expertise is communism and nationalism examines the causes of Soviet and Yugoslav dissolution, with special attention to political-cultural factors. The work of Serbian and Russian intellectuals is used as the basis for examination of the different political-cultural attitudes of Russians and Serbs towards the state, historically and during the twentieth-century breakups of these multinational states

Publisher

Taylor & Francis

Publication Date

3-1-2004

Publication Title

Post-Soviet Affairs

Department

Sociology

Document Type

Article

Language

English

Format

text

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