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by Peter A. Ulram,Harald Waldrauch,Fritz Plasser
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  • Author:
    Peter A. Ulram,Harald Waldrauch,Fritz Plasser
  • ISBN:
    0312214952
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    Palgrave Macmillan (September 1, 1998)
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    251 pages
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Authors: Plasser, Fritz, Ulram, Peter, Waldrauch, Harald.

Authors: Plasser, Fritz, Ulram, Peter, Waldrauch, Harald. The book discusses the concepts of democratic consolidation and analyzes the development of attitudes towards the political and economic system in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia. The study compares the political values in East-Central Europe with respective attitudes in the USA and Western Europe.

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In East Central Europe, confident democrats constitute a relative majority of 50 percent in Poland, 48 percent in. .Political Culture in East Central Europe, London.

In East Central Europe, confident democrats constitute a relative majority of 50 percent in Poland, 48 percent in Slovakia and 43 percent in the Czech Republic and Hungary. Except in Poland, worried democrats make up the second largest group. Plasser, Fritz, Ulram, Peter A. and Waldrauch, Harald (1997): Politischer Kulturwandel in Ost-Mitteleuropa: Theorie und Empirie demokratischer Konsolidierung, Opladen. and Waldrauch, Harald (1998): Of Time and Democratic Consolidation in East Central Europe, London and New York (forthcoming).

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Since the regime changes in the new democracies of Eastern Europe, there have been profound changes not only in political and economic structures, but also in the mass media, which have been transformed beyond recognition (Milton, 1997; O’Neil, 1997; Kleinwächter, 1996). Democratic Consolidation in East-Central Europe.

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A revised and updated version of the authors' 1997 Politischer Kulturwandel in Ost-Mitteleuropa. The text condenses the data and results of a comparative research project initiated in 1990 and carried out over several years. The authors discuss the concepts of democratic consolidation and analyze the development of support for the political and economic system in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Slovenia. The political culture of East-Central Europe is compared with respective attitudes in the USA and Western Europe. Special attention is given to experiences of the consolidation process in Germany, Italy, and Austria after 1945 as well as the more recent developments in Latin America and Southern Europe. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.