Modern Russia’s Political Elite as Viewed from the Angle of Social Representation (I)


Korgunyuk Yu.G.,

Dr. Sci. (Pol. Sci.), Leading Researcher, INION RAN, partinform@mail.ru

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For citation:

Korgunyuk Yu.G. Modern Russia’s Political Elite as Viewed from the Angle of Social Representation (I) . – Polis. Political Studies. 2001. No. 1. P. 30. (In Russ.)



Abstract
"An attempt is made to take away the contradiction between the class conception of politics and the elitist one. The author proposes his own interpretation of the term “class” and constructs a theory based on it according to which there are no reasons to consider political elite a separate integral class because it consists of representatives of different, though not all, but just politically active classes. In the author’s opinion, these are: 1) lumpens and lumpenoids

Content No. 1, 2001

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