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ISBN: 978-3-8474-0585-6

Czech Politics: From West to East and Back Again

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ISBN: 978-3-8474-0585-6

Beschreibung

This volume provides a comprehensive overview of Czech politics, past and present. The authors not only cover the main political developments of the past two centuries, they also situate the current political system in the context of communist and pre-communist legacies. They argue that amidst the dramatic changes of the Velvet Revolution, one can find a plethora of continuities in culture and institutions that help to explain the shape of Czech politics today.

The Czech politics has so far been the subject of numerous books and articles that, nevertheless, tend to focus either on specific segments of the Czech politics (e.g. parties and the party systems, features and functions of the political system, particular policies, public opinion, etc.), or on the general description of the political developments. However, these accounts fail to provide the full story of the Czech politics – the political system of the country is just a part of a broader picture, of a narrative that consists of the historical realities but also of the myths, self-perceptions, and ideas of the Czech identity. This book intends to recount the story.

On this basis, the book elaborates the major sectors of the political transformation of the Czech Republic in the last 25 years without resorting to a mundane presentation of well-known data; rather, it aspires to show how the recent developments in all these sectors are interwoven with the long-term process of (re-)creating the Czech identity and self-perception, and that they develop in such a way that makes it possible to understand them as interdependent elements of a great narrative of the fundamental features of the Czech politics.

Contents
 
Authors:
Prof. Stanislav Balík,
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

Prof. Vít Hloušek,
Department of International Relations and European Studies

Prof. Lubomír Kopeček,
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

Prof. Jan Holzer,
Department of Political Science

Dr. Pavel Pšeja,
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations and European Studies

Prof. Andrew Lawrence Roberts,
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

all: Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

Target groups:
scholars and lecturers in the social sciences and humanities

 

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ISBN

978-3-8474-0585-6

eISBN

978-3-8474-0974-8

Format

A5

Umfang

278

Erscheinungsjahr

2017

Erscheinungsdatum

17.07.2017

Auflage

1.

Sprache

Englisch

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Beschreibung

This volume provides a comprehensive overview of Czech politics, past and present. The authors not only cover the main political developments of the past two centuries, they also situate the current political system in the context of communist and pre-communist legacies. They argue that amidst the dramatic changes of the Velvet Revolution, one can find a plethora of continuities in culture and institutions that help to explain the shape of Czech politics today.

The Czech politics has so far been the subject of numerous books and articles that, nevertheless, tend to focus either on specific segments of the Czech politics (e.g. parties and the party systems, features and functions of the political system, particular policies, public opinion, etc.), or on the general description of the political developments. However, these accounts fail to provide the full story of the Czech politics – the political system of the country is just a part of a broader picture, of a narrative that consists of the historical realities but also of the myths, self-perceptions, and ideas of the Czech identity. This book intends to recount the story.

On this basis, the book elaborates the major sectors of the political transformation of the Czech Republic in the last 25 years without resorting to a mundane presentation of well-known data; rather, it aspires to show how the recent developments in all these sectors are interwoven with the long-term process of (re-)creating the Czech identity and self-perception, and that they develop in such a way that makes it possible to understand them as interdependent elements of a great narrative of the fundamental features of the Czech politics.

Contents
 
Authors:
Prof. Stanislav Balík,
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

Prof. Vít Hloušek,
Department of International Relations and European Studies

Prof. Lubomír Kopeček,
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

Prof. Jan Holzer,
Department of Political Science

Dr. Pavel Pšeja,
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations and European Studies

Prof. Andrew Lawrence Roberts,
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

all: Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

Target groups:
scholars and lecturers in the social sciences and humanities

 

Download for free: publicity leaflet (pdf)

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978-3-8474-0585-6

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978-3-8474-0974-8

Format

A5

Umfang

278

Erscheinungsjahr

2017

Erscheinungsdatum

17.07.2017

Auflage

1.

Sprache

Englisch

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