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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Politics" / 2019 № 1.


P.S. Pass

THE INFLUENCE OF THE TEMPORAL FACTOR ON THE PROCESS OF POLITICAL PERCEPTION IN POST-SOVIET RUSSIA. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2019, no. 1, pp. 98-106.


UDC Index: 32.019.52

Date of publication: 22.03.2019 Page: 98 - 106

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The article is devoted to the influence of the temporal factor on the process of political perception. The author has examined a corpus of papers describing political perception and temporal changes. Temporal factor of political perception is conceptualized in retrospective, actual and perspective aspects. Connection is established between changes of the political optics and phenomena like nostalgia, collective memory and political socialization. The author makes the conclusion that the three aspects of temporal factor are interacted. In the conclusion of the article potential ways of studying temporal factor of the political perception are outlined.

Key words

political perception, collective memory, historical memory, political socialization, time, temporal factor

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