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Civil Society, Human Rights Struggles and Democratization in Argentina and Russia: Some Brief Comparative Conclusions

Опубликовано на портале: 19-10-2010
Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований. 2010.  № 2. С. 103-106. 
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The late 1980s and early 90s saw an upsurge in comparative research on civil society in Latin America and Eastern Europe. At the time, scholars supported the idea of a “third wave of democratization,” and Latin America was presented as a model for post-communist countries. Civil societies in both regions were analyzed comparatively. Emblematically, the Russian Soldiers’ Mothers were often compared with the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo in Argentina. However, the further evolution of postcommunist societies soon discouraged further comparison. This was especially the case for Russia, where social and political change took unforeseen paths. Scholars came to underline the specifi city of Russian social structures and traditions to explain  this.  Given  this  divergence,  why  revisit  the  comparison  between  Russia  and Argentina  today?
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