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Gavrov Sergey Modernization of Russia: Postimpersky Transit

Gavrov Sergey Modernization of Russia: Postimpersky Transit

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Published by S N Gavrov
Russia was the Romanov empire. Russia was the Soviet empire. What will happen to her tomorrow? Russia could again become an empire. This is about Russia's place in the modern world and the post-new book of Professor Sergey Gavrov.
New, major changes edition of the book, published in Moscow in 2010.
Russia was the Romanov empire. Russia was the Soviet empire. What will happen to her tomorrow? Russia could again become an empire. This is about Russia's place in the modern world and the post-new book of Professor Sergey Gavrov.
New, major changes edition of the book, published in Moscow in 2010.

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The Federal Agency for EducationMOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITYDESIGN AND TECHNOLOGYSociology and Social Anthropology
GAVROV
Sergey
MODERNIZATION OF RUSSIA: POST-IMPERIAL TRANSITMONOGRAPHMOSCOWMGUDT
2010
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UDC 321:323:329:82.091G 99Editor - Doctor of History, Professor. MG KotovskayaReviewers:Ph.D., prof. AY BoutDoctor of Philosophy., prof. AA Pelipenko
Gavrov
Sergey Modernization of Russia: the post-imperial Transit:Monograph / Foreword LS Perepelkina. - Moscow: MGUDT, 2010. - 297 pp.
ISBN 978-5-87055-116-6
 New book Professor, social anthropologist, political scientist Sergey
Gavrov
devoted to problems of Russia's modernization and post-imperial transit. Theauthor tries to find answers to key questions: what distinguishes us in the culturaland institutional sense, from the "old" Europe? Why, in spite of any socialrevolution and change the surrounding world, after a while we still come back tothe familiar imperial or kvaziimpersky way? The book is intended for politicalscientists, cultural scientists, historians, sociologists and all those interested in the processes of modernization in conditions of Russia's transformation of state andsociety.UDC 314.04:314.146:314.186
ISBN 978-5-87055-116-6
© Gavrov Sergey, 2010© Moscow State University of Design and Technology, 2010
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