Julie Hemment. Youth Politics in Putin’s Russia: Producing Patriots and Entrepreneurs. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015.
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Humboldt University Berlin
Political Activism, Russian Youth, Government-Initiated Youth Organization, "Virtual Politics", Tver
Youth Politics in Putin’s Russia: Producing Patriots and Entrepreneurs is a pioneering work in that it analyzes the subjective side of a highly controversial policy field. While the book’s cover features a faceless mass of Nashi activists in Red Square, waving flags and wearing capes with President Vladimir Putin’s portrait on them, its content provides close-up views of six political youth activists based in the city of Tver’.DOI: 10.25285/2078-1938-2017-9-3-135-139
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