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Patrushev S., Pavlova T., Philippova L. Mass activity and political transformation: institutional model of mass politics



Патрушев С.В., Павлова Т.В., Филиппова Л.Е.
Patrushev S., Pavlova T., Philippova L. Mass activity and political transformation: institutional model of mass politics // Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination. Abstract Book. Prague, 25-28 August 2015. ESA 12th Conference. European Sociological Association (ESA). Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IS CAS). ISBN 978-80-7330-272-6. P.1578.
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Патрушев С.В., Павлова Т.В., Филиппова Л.Е. Patrushev S., Pavlova T., Philippova L. Mass activity and political transformation: institutional model of mass politics // Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination. Abstract Book. Prague, 25-28 August 2015. ESA 12th Conference. European Sociological Association (ESA). Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IS CAS). ISBN 978-80-7330-272-6. P.1578.

Аннотация

The phenomenon of mass politics is historically associated, as shown by Seymour Lipset and Stein Rokkan, with the emergence of political field, the unfolding of political process, and the formation of political systems. Their structural and qualitative characteristics are determined by the content and direction of mass activity. To analyze the process of mass involvement in politics, we propose to differentiate between two concepts – "mass politics" ( = political action and participation shaping / reproducing modern democratic institutions) and "politics of masses" ( = direct mass intervention into politics, spontaneous, often violent mass action). Separating politics of masses from mass politics, one can not dismiss any mass activity as potentially dangerous, but should analyze its various forms in terms of normative foundations, intentions and consequences. The main hypothesis is that mass politics, being an essence of democratic political process, is defined by the aims of individuals involved in politics, namely, to exercise civil rights and liberties (or to fight for implementation / extension of these rights). This is the main criterion to differentiate mass politics from politics of masses. The empirical data on the mass activity in modern Russia is analyzed according to this conceptual framework. It allows to assess the level of structuring of country’s political space, and to show the trends in its political development (towards mass politics or politics of masses).

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institutional model mass politics

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