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Factors of Protest Activity in Russia in the 2010-s

Student: Alina Lepekhina

Supervisor: Alexey Sergeevich Titkov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Applied Politics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The master's thesis is devoted to the factors and dynamics of protest activity in Russia in the 2010s. Key drivers of protest activity in Russia during the 2011–2018 period were identified as well as combinations of factors with the highest capacity to influence on a) a change in the number of protests in relation to the prior period; b) the emergence of a new original type of protest activity. The hypothesis about the impact of legislative restrictions on the emergence of a new form of protest activity was tested by using methods of qualitative comparative analysis and in-depth expert interviews.

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