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A Socio-Political Model of Lies in Russia: Putin Against the Personal

A Socio-Political Model of Lies in Russia: Putin Against the Personal

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Länge: 181 Seiten5 Stunden

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This book is written to examine Russian public opinion, culture and society in the context of the lies, liars and untruths consistent with, but not exclusively part of, the rule of Russia’s second (and fourth) post-Soviet President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Then, it is to assess what future there is for Russia in view of Russia’s peculiar ‘socio-political’ culture of parallel truth and untruth.
Based on new research, literature and historical examination of ‘untruth’ in Russia, using political, social, cultural, media and public opinion analysis, this study develops and applies a new and novel approach, or “model(s),” to the study of lies in Russia. Further, this book seeks to provide an understanding of Russia’s socio-political environment to outsiders not versed in the ins-and-outs of the influences, causes and reasoning for the Russian government’s, and the Russian public’s, reactions to publicized events.
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A Socio-Political Model of Lies in Russia: Putin Against the Personal

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A Socio-Political Model of Lies in Russia: Putin Against the Personal

Länge: 181 Seiten5 Stunden

Beschreibung

This book is written to examine Russian public opinion, culture and society in the context of the lies, liars and untruths consistent with, but not exclusively part of, the rule of Russia’s second (and fourth) post-Soviet President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Then, it is to assess what future there is for Russia in view of Russia’s peculiar ‘socio-political’ culture of parallel truth and untruth.
Based on new research, literature and historical examination of ‘untruth’ in Russia, using political, social, cultural, media and public opinion analysis, this study develops and applies a new and novel approach, or “model(s),” to the study of lies in Russia. Further, this book seeks to provide an understanding of Russia’s socio-political environment to outsiders not versed in the ins-and-outs of the influences, causes and reasoning for the Russian government’s, and the Russian public’s, reactions to publicized events.
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