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Мельвиль А. Ю.
Выйти из “гетто”: о вкладе постсоветских исследований/Russian Studies в современную политическую науку

Мельвиль Андрей Юрьевич , декан факультета социальных наук, Национальный исследовательский университет “Высшая школа экономики”
amelville@hse.ru

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Мельвиль А. Ю. Выйти из “гетто”: о вкладе постсоветских исследований/Russian Studies в современную политическую науку . – Полис. Политические исследования. 2020. Том 29. № 1. С. 22-43.
DOI: 10.17976/jpps/2020.01.03

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Тема номера: горизонты политической науки

Аннотация

Статья посвящена анализу взаимовлияний между постсоветскими/российскими исследованиями (Russian Studies) последних трех десятилетий, с одной стороны, и динамикой современной политической науки в целом и сравнительной политологии, в частности, — с другой. На материале аналитического обзора публикаций по проблематике (1) предпосылок демократии и демократизации, (2) авторитарной модернизации без демократических реформ, (3) возможностей и ограничений институционального подхода, (4) роли государства и государственной состоятельности, (5) разновидностей постсоветского авторитаризма и (6) субнациональных измерений постсоветской политики обосновывается вывод о конструктивном использовании в постсоветских исследованиях общих политологических теоретико-методологических новаций,а также обсуждается вклад этих исследований в развитие современной политической компаративистики и политической науки в целом.  

Ключевые слова

постсоветские исследования, Russian Studies, политическая наука, сравнительная политология, демократизация, авторитаризм, модернизация, политические институты, государственная состоятельность, субнациональные политические процессы

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