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ISJP2 PUBLICATIONS

The following publications are based on data collected from the ISJP replication (ISJP2), fielded in 1996.

Collaborative Project Volume 

David S. Mason and James R. Kluegel,

with Ludmila Khakhulina, Petr Mateju, Antal Orkeny, Alexander Stoyanov, Bernd Wegener

Marketing Democracy: Changing Opinion about Inequality and Politics in East Central Europe

Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.

 

Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments

1. Introduction: Public Opinion and Political Change in the Postcommunist States

David Mason and James Kluegel

2. Bulgaria: Political and Economic Crisis; Democratic Consolidation

Alexander Stoyanov, Margarita Pavlikianova, Andrej Nontchev, and Galja Krasteva

3. Economic Justice in the Czech Republic, 1991-1995

Klara Vlachova

4. Russia: Changing Perceptions of Social Justice

Svetlana Stephenson and Ludmila Khakhulina

5. Trends in Perceptions of Social Inequality in Hungary, 1991-1996

Antal Orkeny

6. Justice Ideologies, Perceptions of Reward Justice, and Transformation: Germany East and West in Comparison

Bernd Wegener, Bodo Lippl and Bernhard Christoph

7. Market Justice in Transition

Kluegel and Mason

8. Political System Legitimacy: Representative? Fair?

Kluegel and Mason

9. Participation and the Foundations of Democracy

Kluegel and Mason

10. Conclusions: Social Justice, Democracy and Capitalism in Eastern Europe

Mason and Kluegel

Appendix A: ISJP Survey Methodology

Appendix B: Commonly Employed Question

 

Other Project Publications

 

Gijsberts, Merove. 1999. The Legitimation of Inequality in State-Socialist and Market Societies, 1987-1996. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Utrecht, Holland.

Kluegel, James, David Mason and Bernd Wegener. 1999. "The Legitimation of Capitalism in the Postcommunist Transition:  Public Opinion about Market Justice, 1991-1996,"  European Sociological Review, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 251-283.

Mason, David and Svetlana Sidorenko-Stephenson 1999. "Changing Public Perceptions and the Crisis of Confidence in the State: The Yeltsin Legacy," in Gordon Smith, ed., State-Building in Russia: The Yeltsin Legacy and the Challenge of the Future (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe), pp. 155-176.

 Mason, David and  Svetlana Sidorenko-Stephenson. 1997. "Public Opinion and the 1996 Elections in Russia: Nostalgic and Statist, Yet Pro-Market and Pro-Yeltsin," Slavic Review, vol. 56, no. 4 , pp. 698-717.

Mason, David, Antal Orkeny and Svetlana Sidorenko-Stephenson. 1997. "Increasingly Fond Memories of a Grim Past, " Transition: Events and Issues in the Former Soviet Union and East-Central and Southeastern Europe 3, no. 5 (21 March): 15-19.

Örkény, Antal. 1999. "Rendszerváltás és igazságérzet Magyarországon 1989 és 1995 között" (Social Change and Social Justice in Hungary between 1989 and 1995). Igazságosság, Budapest: FES, pp. 101-133.

Örkény, Antal and Stefan Liebig. 1999. " Normatív legitimáció és igazságosság " (Normative Legitimacy and Social Justice). Szociológiai Figyelo 1-2, pp.129-140.

Örkény, Antal and Mária Székelyi . 1998. "Igazságosság és legitimáció" (Social Justice and Legitimacy). In T. Kolosi, I. Toth and Gy. Vukovics, eds. Társadalmi Riport. Budapest:Tárki, pp. 549-571.

Örkény, Antal and Mária Székelyi . 1999. "Justice and Legitimacy: Post-Transformation Trends in Eastern Europe." In T. Kolosi, I. Toth, and Gy. Vukovics,Gy. eds. Social Report 1998, Budapest:Tárki, pp. 541-564.

Örkény, Antal and Mária Székelyi . 1999. "Igazságosság és társadalomkép " (Justice and Society as it is Perceived), Századvég, Winter, pp. 87-113.

Örkény, Antal and Mária Székelyi. 2000 "Starthelyzet és végállomás: a rendszerváltás perspektívái" (Start Position and Terminus: the Perspectives of Transition in Eastern and Central Europe), 2000, January, pp. 14-19.

 

For ISJP publications from the German team, see their isjp web site.


 
 




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