The social structure of the transitional society

Starikov, Evgenii N.
March 1996
Russian Social Science Review;Mar/Apr96, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p17
Academic Journal
Explores the social structure in the post-totalitarian Russia. State redistribution of goods through horizontal exchange; Characteristics of transition from estate-caste to a class society; Characteristics of major social networks like the apparatus, compradores, gangocracy, directorate, intelligentsia.


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