Policing Protest and Police Environmental Culture in Contemporary Russia

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Abstract

Exploring policing protest often becomes a part of research on political regime openness and law enforcement. The classical study of policing protest provides analytical framework and typologies for defining relations between political openness and the use of coercion policing. The main goal of my current research is to move from in-depth analysis of Russian political regime to explore Russian police environmental culture and professional knowledge formation. Conclusions are based on bibliometric analysis of the “extremism” research field to define influence of institutional science on police knowledge formation. Discourse analysis explores Russian police networked community for defining public issue agenda and main intentions towards actors of contentious politics. On the other hand, research notifies stereotypes on protest actions and activists. Initial results of research show narrow institutional science effect on the process of corporate knowledge formation. Classic distinction between «good» and «bad» d
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Journal of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies
PublisherDAKAM Publishing
Pages10-17
Volume2, №2
ISBN (Electronic)2147-9879
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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