Die satten und der pobel traditionen der russischen intelligencija und das scheitem der protestbewegung 2011/2012

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Russia's protest movement is responsible for its own failure. The leading representatives of the demonstrations against the regime presented the protest as a question of style and self-realisation, and entirely in the tradition of the Russian intelligentsia, they pitted "culture" against the "state". For them, the demand for pluralism, transparency and fair elections was a question of good taste, which everyone who wanted to be "European", "civilised", "creative", "modern", "urban"-in other words: "normal"-simply had to have. While they claimed to be speaking on behalf of the people, they implicitly set themselves apart from precisely those same people. For them, the people is a grey mass, a rabble, and they ignored their social hardships. While the Russian intelligentsia once made attempts to get closer to the people, today, it is disgusted by them. This made life very easy for the regime's propaganda, which discredited the entire movement as a small group of "sated and successful individuals", while at the same time presenting itself as the true representative of the interests of the people.

Язык оригиналанемецкий
Страницы (с-по)33-45
Число страниц13
ЖурналOsteuropa
Том69
Номер выпуска1-2
СостояниеОпубликовано - 1 янв 2019

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protest movement
regime
self-realization
propaganda
pluralism
small group
protest
transparency
speaking
Russia
election
demand

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