Society and political parties in Europe after the fall of the Berlin wall
DIAMANTI, Ilvo; LELLO, Elisa; BORDIGNON, Fabio; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; BAGNASCO, Arnaldo; ROSITI, Franco; SANTORO, Marco
Title: Society and political parties in Europe after the fall of the Berlin wall
Author: DIAMANTI, Ilvo; LELLO, Elisa; BORDIGNON, Fabio; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; BAGNASCO, Arnaldo; ROSITI, Franco; SANTORO, Marco
Citation: Rassegna italiana di sociologia, 2007, XLVIII, 3, 383-532
Subject: Democracy; Political parties; Political change; Political attitudes; Political culture; Political representation; Representative democracy; Political crises; Social change; Social movements; Social theory; Sociological theory; Europe
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