Miloševićovo Srbsko: Případová studie kompetitivního mobilizačního autoritativního režimu

Stanislav Balík, Věra Stojarová

Abstrakt

The article aims at characterization of the political regime in Serbia in the period 1990 – 2000 according to the theoretical concepts of J. J. Linz. The text begins with the short description of the previous (communist) regime and the character of the transition. The strong emphasis is given on the analysis of the several axes of non-democratic regimes: the limited pluralism, mobilization, ideology and leadership. The authors conclude that the political system shall be classified as competitive mobilisational authoritarian regime.

Bibliografická citace

Balík, S., & Stojarová, V. (2005). Miloševićovo Srbsko: Případová studie kompetitivního mobilizačního autoritativního režimu. Středoevropské politické studie, 7(4), 456-479. Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/4155

Klíčová slova

Serbia; non-democratic regimes; pluralism; mentality-ideology; mobilization; leadership; Slobodan Milošević; competitive mobilisational authoritarian regime;

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