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Political Culture(s) In Eastern Europe: An Eastern European Map Of Political Support

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This chapter asks the questions what kind of political culture do the citizens have in Eastern Europe and is it consistent with their respective political structure . Political theory provides some preconditions for an extensive change in political culture towards democracy and indications of the duration of such a change. The chapter first expounds on the concept of a democratic political culture, in terms of political support, legitimacy and efficacy . It then introduces the indicators used in the analyses of peoples attitudes and identifies the type(s) of political culture (s). Next, the congruence of culture and structure is tested on an aggregate level. Before drawing conclusions, the correlation between support for the current political orderlegitimacy, trust and effectiveness and influencing factors is examined.

Keywords: Eastern Europe; political culture (s); political support



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