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Protest and the politics of blame : the Russian response to unpaid wages, Debra Javeline

Label
Protest and the politics of blame : the Russian response to unpaid wages
Title
Protest and the politics of blame
Title remainder
the Russian response to unpaid wages
Statement of responsibility
Debra Javeline
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
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1967-
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Javeline, Debra
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Interests, identities, and institutions in comparative politics
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  • Wages
  • Blame
  • Social psychology
  • Social surveys
Label
Protest and the politics of blame : the Russian response to unpaid wages, Debra Javeline
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-283) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Blame attribution and collective action theory -- The
  • importance of blame attribution for human behavior
  • What is a "normal" amount of protest?
  • How much protest is there in Russia?
  • What we can learn from individual-level data
  • Conclusion
  • Wage arrears in Russia: a difficult issue -- The
  • role of the central authorities -- The
  • role of regional and local authorities -- The
  • role of enterprises and enterprise managers -- The
  • Introduction -- The
  • role of the general economic situation and the transition period -- The
  • role of international organizations and foreign governments -- The
  • role of the Russian people
  • Other sources of wage arrears
  • Specifying blameworthy individuals and institutions
  • Blame-avoiding strategies
  • Blame-avoiding institutions and circumstances
  • Conclusion
  • Whom Russians blame for wage arrears
  • Multicausality and information overload
  • crisis -- The
  • Measuring the attribution of blame
  • Blame cast widely and inconsistently
  • No clear saviors or solutions
  • What explains the attribution of blame?
  • Conclusion -- The
  • politics of blame
  • Protesting wage arrears
  • Blame attribution and individual responses to wage arrears
  • Blame attribution and group responses to wage arrears
  • Feedback : protest's influence on blame attribution
  • reaction -- The
  • Conclusion
  • Alternative explanations for the Russian response to wage arrears
  • Economic arguments
  • Psychological arguments
  • Cultural arguments
  • Organizational arguments
  • Opportunities and constraints
  • Other explanations for protest and passivity -- The
  • robust relationship between blame and protest
  • Conclusion
  • puzzle -- The
  • Implications -- The
  • study of blame attribution and collective action theory
  • Blame and protest in comparative perspective -- The
  • unlikeliness of social unrest in Russia
  • Alcoholism, depression, and learned helplessness
  • Scapegoating and demagoguery -- Appendix A.
  • how the survey was conducted -- Appendix B.
  • survey questions
  • structure of this book
  • Why blame attribution matters for protest
  • Explanations for protest and passivity in Russia
  • Issue difficulty and blame attribution
Control code
FIEb12863324
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xv, 291 pages
Isbn
9780472113064
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)50841019
Label
Protest and the politics of blame : the Russian response to unpaid wages, Debra Javeline
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-283) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Blame attribution and collective action theory -- The
  • importance of blame attribution for human behavior
  • What is a "normal" amount of protest?
  • How much protest is there in Russia?
  • What we can learn from individual-level data
  • Conclusion
  • Wage arrears in Russia: a difficult issue -- The
  • role of the central authorities -- The
  • role of regional and local authorities -- The
  • role of enterprises and enterprise managers -- The
  • Introduction -- The
  • role of the general economic situation and the transition period -- The
  • role of international organizations and foreign governments -- The
  • role of the Russian people
  • Other sources of wage arrears
  • Specifying blameworthy individuals and institutions
  • Blame-avoiding strategies
  • Blame-avoiding institutions and circumstances
  • Conclusion
  • Whom Russians blame for wage arrears
  • Multicausality and information overload
  • crisis -- The
  • Measuring the attribution of blame
  • Blame cast widely and inconsistently
  • No clear saviors or solutions
  • What explains the attribution of blame?
  • Conclusion -- The
  • politics of blame
  • Protesting wage arrears
  • Blame attribution and individual responses to wage arrears
  • Blame attribution and group responses to wage arrears
  • Feedback : protest's influence on blame attribution
  • reaction -- The
  • Conclusion
  • Alternative explanations for the Russian response to wage arrears
  • Economic arguments
  • Psychological arguments
  • Cultural arguments
  • Organizational arguments
  • Opportunities and constraints
  • Other explanations for protest and passivity -- The
  • robust relationship between blame and protest
  • Conclusion
  • puzzle -- The
  • Implications -- The
  • study of blame attribution and collective action theory
  • Blame and protest in comparative perspective -- The
  • unlikeliness of social unrest in Russia
  • Alcoholism, depression, and learned helplessness
  • Scapegoating and demagoguery -- Appendix A.
  • how the survey was conducted -- Appendix B.
  • survey questions
  • structure of this book
  • Why blame attribution matters for protest
  • Explanations for protest and passivity in Russia
  • Issue difficulty and blame attribution
Control code
FIEb12863324
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xv, 291 pages
Isbn
9780472113064
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)50841019

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