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    Title: 俄羅斯轉型的社會力量探源
    Other Titles: The Origins of the Social Forces of Russia's Transformation
    Authors: 林永芳
    Lin, Yung-Fang
    Contributors: 俄研所
    Keywords: 俄羅斯;公民社會;選舉;民主俄羅斯;社會夥伴關係
    Russia;Civil society;Elections;DemRossiya;Social partnership
    Date: 2003.03
    Issue Date: 2014-10-27 17:31:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文認為,俄羅斯轉型的社會力量的起源,可追溯到1989-1993的關鍵時期。當時,在兩種不同的政治環境下,存在著兩種類型或功能的社會力量:(1) 在解放的政治背景下,選舉動員與反抗共黨政權的公民社會:1989-1991;(2) 在國家建造的政治背景下,支持改革與反制共黨復辟的公民社會:1991-1993。在這期間,社會力量在三種制度安排 (選舉、社會夥伴關係、行政與立法關係) 的環境下運作,並可援引礦工運動和「民主俄羅斯」運動為例。
    This paper traces the origins of the social forces of post-Soviet Russia’s transformation back to the critical period of 1989-1993. Two types or functions of social forces existed in two different political contexts: (1) 1989-91, an elections-stimulated and anti-regime civil society (the politics of liberation); and (2) 1991-93, a pro-reform and anti-restorationist civil society (the politics of state-building). The miners’ movement and DemRossiya were the representative cases of the social forces operating within the context of three sets of institutional arrangements – elections, social partnership, and executive-legislative relations.
    Relation: 俄羅斯學報, 3, 73-102
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[俄羅斯研究所] 期刊論文

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