Трансформація правлячої еліти як чинник зміни політичного режиму в Польщі

Aleksandra Matuszenko

Анотація


The problem of transformation of ruling elite as a factor in changing the regime in Poland is examined in the article. Different compounds of the analysis of democratic change both inside political elites and in terms of interaction between the elite and masses are overviewed. An analysis of particular elements of the transformation process of the ruling elite in Poland in the context of democratic transit is made.


Ключові слова


elite transformation; ruling elite; democratic transit; transformation; democratization; consolidated democracy; democratic changes in Poland

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