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    Title: 俄羅斯政治文化對俄國民主化進程之影響 : 以普京時期為例(2000-2008)
    Other Titles: The impacts of Russian political culture on the process of democratization in Russia in the Putin's era (2000-2008)
    Authors: 周倩如;Chou, Chien-Ju
    Contributors: 淡江大學俄羅斯研究所碩士班
    彼薩列夫;Pisarev, Aleksandr
    Keywords: 政治文化;民主化;主權民主;普京;Political culture;democratization;Sovereign Democracy;Putin
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:03:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 俄羅斯從戈巴契夫與葉爾欽以來都致力於邁向民主化,但一個國家從中央集權要邁向民主並不是一件輕而易舉的事情。在一個國家從中央集權轉化為民主的過程中,政治文化為其重要樞紐之一。
    In Russia, Gorbachev and Yeltsin have been committed to democratization in the past, but it’s not an easy task for a centralized country to move towards democracy. The political culture plays a crucial role in the process of transit of a centralized country towards democracy.
    Under the influence of the traditional political culture, Russia makes a choice between democracy and authoritarianism in favor of the latter. However, both Gorbachev and Yeltsin didn’t resolve this contradiction properly. As a result, the Putin administration has reformed domestic policies according to “Russian idea” and “sovereign democracy.”
    In order to end the transitional turmoil left by Yeltsin era, the Putin administration has tried to establish a strong state and carry out his federal system, party reform as well as media reform with “vertical presidential power” and “dictatorship of law.” In addition, the super-presidential system in Russia has also emphasized the leader’s personal factors, and this kind of system indeed affects the democratization in Russia.
    Although the democracy has been implemented in Russia, “totalitarianism” and “strongman politics” of political culture still appear to be apart of the Russian political process. This thesis puts emphasis on how political culture in Russia has affected these three Russian leaders’ political preferences and political developments.
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