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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Victor Zhivotovskii
The Protest Publics Impact on Political Change in Greece: Testing the Role of "Watchdogs"
Political Analysis and Public Policy
(Master’s programme)
8
2017
This work was inspired by the research group "Civic Participation and Political Change", led by Dmitri Gennadievich Zaytsev, an associate professor of the Public Policy Department. After the global financial crisis, Greece is in a quite interesting, from the scientific point of view, position: an unstable economic situation, a debt hole, the pressure of creditors, protests inside the country. Are protest publics able to influence the situation from within? In this paper, the model of participation of protest public in political changes under the name of "Watchdogs" is checked.

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