Neopatrimonialism, Power and Regimes in Central Asia: A Sociology of Power Analysis

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Transitions towards democratic systems only begin and develop successfully if there is pressure from the population to drive them, because obviously the elites will never give up part of their powers or privileges for the sake of democracy. In Central Asia these mobilizations have generally been very weak, so the processes of accumulation of power in a few elites have been very powerful, building highly concentrated regimes of power, and political systems have acquired a neopatrimonial authoritarian character based on very few people who have managed to become powerful. The configuration of the new systems was the product of competition for power between a very limited number of elites who were not accountable to the population and its demands. In this introductory chapter we analyse these processes from the perspective of the Sociology of Power and Neopatrimonialism.
Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaPolitical Regimes and Neopatrimonialism in Central Asia
Subtítulo de la publicación alojadaA Sociology of Power Perspective
Páginas1-39
ISBN (versión digital)9789811590931
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EstadoPublicada - 13 ene 2021

Serie de la publicación

NombreThe Steppe and Beyond: Studies on Central Asia
EditorialPalgrave Macmillan Singapore
ISSN (versión impresa)2524-8359
ISSN (versión digital)2524-8367

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