1 edition of Interest groups in Soviet politics. found in the catalog.
Interest groups in Soviet politics.
by Published for Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Toronto [by] Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J
Written in English
|Contributions||Skilling, H. Gordon 1912-, Griffiths, Franklyn., University of Toronto. Centre for Russian and East European Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 433 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||433|
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Harold Gordon Skilling. Hardcover ISBN: $/£ Paperback ISBN: $/£ Shipping to. It is now generally agreed that since Stalin's death there has been a definite broadening of group participation in policy formation and implementation.
The contributors to this volume analyze seven elite political interest groups at the upper and middle levels of the Soviet social structure. Originally published in Cited by: Interest groups in Soviet politics. [H Gordon Skilling; Franklyn Griffiths; University of Toronto. are based on reference standards.
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Get this from a library. Interest groups in Soviet politics. [Franklyn Griffiths; H Gordon Skilling; University of Toronto. Centre for Russian and East European studies.;]. Abstract. More than fifteen years have passed since the outline of an interest group approach to communist politics appeared in World Politics, and more than a decade has elapsed since the publication of a volume devoted to a fuller elaboration of this theme in its Soviet context (Skilling, b; Skilling and Griffiths, ).Since then, according to Jerry Hough’s generous judgement Cited by: Interest Group Politics is the only comprehensive collection of articles on interest groups and lobbying written for undergraduates.
The tenth edition offers 15 new contributions on a variety of topics, including classic analyses of how groups organize and seek to affect public policy, emerging trends such as the growth of transgender groups, and fresh studies that examine how lobbying has Format: Paperback.
14 See the final chapter of their book The Soviet Citizen: Daily Life in a Totalitarian Society (Cambridge, Mass., ): “Trying to read the future of Soviet development solely on the basis of the distinctive characteristics of Soviet totalitarianism without taking account of the changes in the Soviet industrial social structure and in the Soviet people is like trying to understand a story Cited by: Empirical research has demonstrated the utility of an interest group approach for the study of Soviet politics, as well as for interpreting the politics of tsarist Russia and Eastern European communist systems and the dissident movements.
The flowering of group activity in Poland and Czechoslovakia at certain times and the activity of dissent movements show, however, the rudimentary character of “normal” interest groups in the Soviet Union Cited by: Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Interest groups in Soviet politics.
Princeton, N.J., [Published for the Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Toronto by] Princeton University Press, Interest groups and communist politics: an introduction / H. Gordon Skilling --Groups in Soviet politcis: some hypotheses / H.
Gordon Skilling --The party apparatchiki / Jerry F. Hough --The security police / Frederick C. Barghoorn --The military / Roman Kolkowicz --The industrial managers / John P. Hardt and Theodore Frankel --The economists / Richard W. Judy --The writers / Ernest J. Simmons --The jurists.
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Interest Groups in American Politics, Second Edition, is grounded by the role of information in interest group activity, a theme that runs through the entire book. This much anticipated revision of Nownes’s text retains a student friendly tone and thoroughly updates the references to interest group research, as well as adds a new chapter on Cited by: The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military.
Its publication in was well-received in Russia and powerful Russian political figures Author: Aleksandr Dugin. The book will be of interest to students and scholars of Soviet and post-Soviet studies, religious history, and the politics of church-state relations.
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Issue Creation and Interest Groups in Soviet Environmental Policy The Applicability of the State Corporatist Model Charles E.
Ziegler In the past two decades, diverse political forces have debated environmental issues in the Soviet Union. These forces may be referred to as "groups" based on their. The Soviet government was divided by bitter conflict, and Gorbachev, the ostensible Soviet autocrat, was unable to outmaneuver the interest groups that were threatened by his economic reforms.
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A Reading Guide for Those in Despair About American Politics Nearly three dozen book recommendations to help make sense of the state of U.S. democracy, from .The best books on Soviet Law, recommended by Stephen Lucas Dr Stephen Lucas is a partner in the banking group of an international law firm, Linklaters LLP and a student of Soviet law.
He recommends books on communist legislation in the former USSR.An interest group is an organization of people who share a common interest and work together to protect and promote that interest by influencing the government. Interest groups vary greatly in size, aims, and tactics.
Political scientists generally divide interest groups into .