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Recent publications of the members of RC 17 "Comparative Public Opinion":

  • Haerpfer C., Kizilova K. Chapter 7. Support for Democracy in Post-communist Europe and Post-Soviet Eurasia// The Civic Culture Transformed / Editorial Board: Russell J. Dalton, Christian Welzel - Cambridge University Press, 2014 (in press);
  • Haerpfer C., Kizilova K. Support for political system and democracy in New Independent States // Bulletin of V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University № 2001, series "Sociological studies of contemporary society: methodology, theory, methods", issue 32. – 2014. – Pp. 118-125;
  • Haerpfer C., Kizilova K. Political Involvement of Citizens in Belarus and Ukraine: A Comparison with Russia, Moldova and Caucasus. International Relations and Diplomacy, ISSN 2328-2134. June 2014, Vol. 2, No. 6, 361-369;
  • Haerpfer, Christian & Claire Wallace (Eds.), Living Conditions, Lifestyles and Health in Russia and the CIS (Routledge Publishers: London & New York) 2013 (in press);
  • Haerpfer, Christian & Rebecca McKee, Adrianna Murphy, Erica Richardson, Bayard Roberts and Martin McKee. Do citizens of the former Soviet Union trust state institutions, and why? In: East European Politics, DOI: 10.1080/21599165.2013.821981, 2013;
  • Haerpfer, Christian & Claire Wallace & Pamela Abbott. Health Problems and the Transition from Communism in the Former Soviet Union: Towards an Explanation. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, DOI: 10.1080/15705854.2013.772751, 2013;
  • Haerpfer, Christian & Claire Wallace & Florian Pichler, Changing Patterns of Civil Society in Europe and America 1995 – 2005, In: East European Politics and Societies, 2011;
  • Haerpfer, Christian. Article on ‘Democratization’ in: International Encyclopaedia of Political Science (Los Angeles-London: Sage Publications), 2011;
  • Robert Mattes, “Systematic, Quantitative Political Science in South Africa: The Road Less Travelled.” Politikon: The South African Journal of Political Studies, 40/3 (2013): 479-499. ISSN: 0258-9346;
  • Robert Mattes and Thierry Luescher-Mamashela) “The Roles of Higher Education in the Democratization of Politics in Africa: Survey Reports From HERANA.” Journal of Higher Education in Africa 10/1 (2012): 139-170. ISSN 0851–7762);
  • Carolyn Logan and Robert Mattes, “Democratizing the Measurement of the Quality of Democracy: Public Opinion Data and the Evaluation of African Political Regimes.” European Political Science 11/4 (December 2012): 469-491. ISSN: 1680-4333;
  • Robert Mattes, “The ‘Born Frees’: The Prospects for Generational Change In Post-Apartheid South Africa.” Australian Journal of Political Science 47/1 (March 2012): 133-153. ISSN: 1036-1146;
  • Joel Barkan and Robert Mattes, “Why Constituency Development Funds In Africa? Representation Vs. Constituency Service?” In Distributive Politics In Developing Countries: Almost Pork. Edited by Mark Baskin and Michael Mezey. Lexington, Ky.: Lexington Books, 2014. ISBN: 978-0-7391-8068-6;
  • Robert Mattes, “The 2014 Election and South African Democracy:” In Election 2014 South Africa: The Campaigns, Results and Future Prospects. Edited by Roger Southall and Collette Shulz-Herzenberg. Johannesburg: Jacana Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-4314-2018-6;
  • Robert Mattes, “Popular Perceptions of Electoral Integrity in Africa,” In Advancing Electoral Integrity. Edited by Pippa Norris, Richard Frank and Ferran Martinez i Coma. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-0-19936-871-6;
  • Robert Mattes, “Asocial Cohesion”: Political Community and Social Capital in Africa’s Democratizing Societies, pp. 73-92. In Regional Integration and Social Cohesion: Perspectives From the Developing World. Edited by Candice Moore. Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang, 2013. ISBN: 978-2-8754-063-2;
  • Pippa Norris and Robert Mattes, “Does Ethnicity Determine Support for the Governing Party?” In Voting and Democratic Citizenship in Africa:, pp. 41-60. Edited by Michael Bratton. Boulder, Co.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-58826-894-5;
  • Robert Mattes and Carlos Shenga, “Uncritical Citizenship in a Low-Information Society: Mozambicans in Comparative Perspective,” In Voting and Democratic Citizenship in Africa:. pp. 159-178. Edited by Michael Bratton. Boulder, Co.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-58826-894-5;
  • Ari Paul Greenberg and Robert Mattes, “Quality Matters: Electoral Outcomes and Democratic Health in Africa,” In Voting and Democratic Citizenship in Africa, pp. 239-252. Edited by Michael Bratton. Boulder, Co.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-58826-894-5;
  • Robert Mattes, “Opinion Polls and the Media In South Africa,” In Opinion Polls and the Media: Reflecting and Shaping Public Opinion, pp. 176- 197. Edited by Christina Holtz-Bacha & Jesper Strömbäck. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-23027-889-9;
  • Ian Glenn and Robert Mattes, “Political Communications in Post-Apartheid South Africa.” In The Sage Handbook of Political Communication, pp. 494-508. Edited by Holli Semetko and Margaret Scammell. London: Sage Publications, 2012. ISBN: 978-1-84787-439-9;
  • Wadim Schreiner and Robert Mattes, “The Possibilities of Election Campaigns As Sites of Political Advocacy: South Africa In Comparative Perspective.” In Public Opinion and Interest Group Politics: South Africa’s Missing Links? Edited by Heather Thuynsma. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-7983-0292-0;
  • Robert Mattes, “Elections: 1994 to 2009.” In Encyclopaedia of South Africa, pp. 111-118. Edited by Sean Jacobs & Krista Johnson. Boulder, Co.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-58826-749-8;
  • Robert Mattes, “Forging Democrats: A Partial Success Story?” In After Apartheid: Reinventing South Africa, pp. 72-104. Edited by Ian Shapiro & Kahreen Tabeau. Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Press, 2011. ISBN 978-0-8139-3097-8;
  • Richard Gunther and José Ramón Montero, “Le cadre institutionnel,” and “Partis, systems de partis et elections,” in Hubert Peres and Christophe Roux, eds., Politique d l’Espagne. Paris: Economica, forthcoming 2014;
  • Richard Gunther, “Prefacio,” in Alejandro Moreno and Gustavo Meixueiro, eds., El comportamiento electoral mexicano en las elecciones de 2012. Mexico DF: Congreso de la Unión, 2014;
  • Richard Gunther and José Ramón Montero, “Generational Patterns of Democratic Support and Political Engagement in Southern Europe,” in David Denemark, Richard Niemi and Robert Mattes, eds., Generational Change in Attitudes Toward Democracy, forthcoming;
  • Richard Gunther and José Ramón Montero, “From Consensus Transition to Adversary Democracy,” in Democràcia, política i societat. Homenatge a Rosa Virós. Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2012. Also to be published in Josep Colomer, ed., Spain in Europe: Not the Same as it Was?. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, forthcoming;
  • Richard Gunther, “Political Intermediation in Spain,” in José Ramón Montero, Ignacio Sánchez- Cuenca, Richard Gunther, et al., Elecciones y votantes en España, forthcoming;
  • Richard Gunther, "The Spanish Model Revisited," in Diego Muro and Gregorio Alonso, eds., Politics and Memory of Democratic Transition: The Spanish Model (London: Routledge, 2010);
  • Richard Gunther, P. Nikiforos Diamandouros and Hans-Jürgen Puhle, "Democratic Consolidation: O'Donnell's `Illusions'" (reprint of October 1996 Journal of Democracy article). In Larry Diamond, Marc F. Plattner and Philip Jl Costopoulos, eds., Debates on Democracy (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010);
  • Michael Bratton, Power Politics in Zimbabwe, Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers, forthcoming 2014. 12 chapters, 320 pages, 2 figures, 3 tables;
  • Michael Bratton, Voting and Democratic Citizenship in Africa, Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013. 15 chapters, 350 pages, 28 figures, 46 tables (single author of 5 chapters, co-author of 2 chapters, and editor of the volume);
  • Michael Bratton, “From Elections to Accountability in Africa?” Governance in Africa, 1, 1, July 2014: 1-12 (with Carolyn Logan);
  • Michael Bratton, “Citizens and Cell Phones in Africa,” African Affairs, 114, 447, April 2013: 304-19;
  • Michael Bratton, “Citizen Perceptions of Local Government Responsiveness in Africa,” World Development, 30, 3, March 2012: 515-527;
  • Michael Bratton, “Voting Intentions in Africa: Ethnic, Economic or Partisan?” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 50, 1, February 2012: 90-115 (with Ravi Bhavnani and Tse-Hsin Chen);
  • Michael Bratton, “Violence, Partisanship and Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe,” Journal of Modern African Studies, 49, 3, July 2011: 353-381;
  • Michael Bratton, “The Democracy-Governance Connection in Africa: Do Free Elections Foster Capable Governments?” chapter in Stephen Ndegwa and Ellen Lust-Okar (eds.), Governing Africa's Changing Societies: Dynamics of Reform (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2012)
  • Michael Bratton, “Public Opinion and Democratic Consolidation” in David Anderson and Nicholas Cheeseman (eds.) Routledge Handbook of African Politics (New York: Routledge, 2012);
  • Michael Bratton, “Rationality, Cosmopolitanism and Adjustment Fatigue: Public Attitudes to Economic Reform in Zambia” (with Peter Lolojih), in Paul Collier, Christopher Adam and Caleb Fundanga (eds.) Zambia: Policies for Prosperity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011);
  • Michael Bratton, Measuring Government Performance in Public Opinion Surveys in Africa: Towards Experiments? Report commissioned by the United Nations University, March 2013;
  • Michael Bratton, Strategic Assessment of Democracy and Governance in Zimbabwe, commissioned by USAID/Zimbabwe and DCHA/Washington, (with Otto Saki, Michelle Girard, Charles Mangongera, and Shani Cooke) (team leader and main author) 61pp., 3 tables, January 2012;
  • Michael Bratton, “Citizen Perceptions of Local Government Accountability in Sub-Saharan Africa,” paper commissioned by the Research Department, Public Sector Management, the World Bank, 23 pp, 12 tables, May 2011;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, La Seguridad Subjetiva en España: Construcción de un Índice Sintético de Seguridad Subjetiva, Ministerio de Defensa, Madrid, 2011;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, Estilo de Vida y Hábitos Alimenticios de la Población Pediátrica Latinoamericana y su Implicación en la Obesidad (con Julio Sanchez Fierro, Agustín Rivero Cuadrado, y Alfonso Delgado Rubio). Fundación Abbot y Cátedra de Salud Pública y Gestión Sanitaria de la UEM. Madrid, 2011;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, La Percepción Social de las Personas con Discapacidad en el Eurobarómetro (con María Morenos Páez). CERMI-Telefónica-Fundación ONCE-Fondo Social Europeo. Madrid: Ediciones Cinca. 2014;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “Productivity in Old Age”, (con R. Fernández-Ballesteros y otros), Research on Aging, XX(X), SAGE;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “¿Regreso a los valores materialistas? El dilema entre seguridad y libertad en los países desarrollados.” Revista Española de Sociología (RES), nº 15;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “The EU and ageing populations, implications for migration flows”, en Antonio Marquina (ed.), Perspectives on Migration Flows in Asia and Europe. UNISCI/ASEF. Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “El tratamiento de la Inmigración en los medios de comunicación”, en Fundación Ciudadanía y Valores, Estudios Sobre Inmigración: Selección de textos de los Simposios Internacionales celebrados en 2007-2010. Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “Opinión, medios de comunicación y Fuerzas Armadas”, en Cátedra Cervantes, Medios de Comunicación y Operaciones Militares, Ministerio de Defensa. Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “¿Hacia dónde van los sistemas de valores de las sociedades post-industriales?”, en Seminario Permanente de Ética Económica y Empresarial, Revitalizar las Empresas para Construir una Buena Sociedad, Fundación ETNOR, Valencia;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “Succesful Aging. Criteria and Predictors”, en Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos, Spain: Psychology in Spain, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 94-101;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “La Imagen de los Servicios de Inteligencia en la Sociedad”, Inteligencia y Seguridad: Revista de Análisis y Prospectiva, 11, enero-junio, Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “Islamophobia in Spain” (con Ricard Zapata), en Marc Helbling, Islamophobia in the West, Routledge, New York, 2012;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “La Valoración Social de las FAS”, Atenea: Seguridad y Defensa, 35, abril;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, “La Sociedad Española ante la Crisis”, en Foro de la Sociedad Civil, España 2012: Tiempo de Crisis e Incertidumbres, Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, "Desequilibrios Demográficos", en Instituto Español de Estudios Estratégicos, Los Potenciadores del Riesgo, Cuadernos de Estrategia 159, Ministerio de Defensa, Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, "Sistema Educativo y Ciencia", en Eduardo Serra (ed.), España: Crecer en la Nueva Economía Global, Fundación de Estudios Financieros, Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, "¿Crisis Económica, crisis Financiera o crisis del Sistema Social Global?, Revista Española de Sociología, 19. FES, Madrid;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, "Teoría Sociológica y Realidad Social", REIS, 143, julio-septiembre;
  • Juan Díez-Nicolás, "Actitudes hacia la corrupción", en Armando Fernández Steinko (ed.), Delincuencia, finanzas y globalización. Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas, CIS, Madrid;
  • Kizilova K. Social capital: methodological basis of measurement and types of empirical studies // Sociological methods in contemporary research practice: Collection of papers dedicated to the memory of the first Dean of the Faculty of Sociology of HSE A.Kryshtanovsky / Ed. and enter art. O.Oberemko. – NRU HSE; IS RAS. Moscow: Higher School of Economics, 2011;
  • Kizilova K., Bakirov V., Kizilov A., Yurasov V. Poles and Hungarians in Ukraine: group solidarity and integration into Ukrainian society (according to the results of the international research project ENRI-East) // Bulletin of V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University, series "Sociological studies of modern society: methodology, theory, methods» № 891. – 2011. – Pp. 50-65;
  • Kizilova K., Bakirov V., Kizilov A. Hungarians in contemporary Ukraine: identities and representations. - Slovak Journal of Political Sciences. – Vol. 11, № 3, 2011, p. 229-248;
  • Kizilova K., Bakirov V., Kizilov A., Kuzina I. Life Quality in Contemporary Ukraine: Main Changes in the Post-Soviet Times // Methodology, theory and practice of sociological analysis of contemporary society: Collection of papers. Issue 17. – Kharkiv: V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University, 2011. – Pp. 91-105;
  • Kizilova K., Kizilov A., Kuzina I. Trust to Social and Political Institutions: Main Forming Factors and Trends of Changes // Methodology, theory and practice of sociological analysis of contemporary society: Collection of papers. Issue 18. – Kharkiv: V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University, 2012. – Pp. 218-226;
  • Roberts, B., Gilmore, A., Stickley, A., Kizilova, K., Prohoda, V., Rotman, D., Haerpfer, C. & McKee, M. (in press). 'Prevalence and Psychosocial Determinants of Nicotine Dependence in Nine Countries of the Former Soviet Union'. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2012; http://ntr.oxfordjournals.org/
  • Roberts, B., Stickley, A., Murphy, A., Kizilova, K., Bryden, A., Rotman, D., Haerpfer, C. & McKee, M. (2012). 'Patterns of Public Support for Price Increases on Alcohol in the Former Soviet Union'. Alcohol and Alcoholism, vol 47, no. 4, pp. 473-478; Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2012; http://alcalc.oxfordjournals.org/
  • Footman K, Roberts B, Stickley A, Kizilova K, Rotman D, McKee, M. ‘Smoking cessation and desire to stop smoking in nine countries of the former Soviet Union’. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2013 Sep;15(9):1628-33
  • Roberts B, Stickley A, Gilmore A, Danishevski K, Kizilova K, Rotman D, Haerpfer C, McKee M. Knowledge of the health impacts of smoking and public attitudes towards tobacco control in the former Soviet Union. In Press. Tobacco Control journal. BMJ; London, UK. http://tobaccocontrol.bmj.com/
  • Kizilova K., Bakirov V., Danilenko I, Kuzina, I. General state of health and social factors of health of the population of Ukraine // Human health and social changes in post-Soviet states / Editorial Board: P.Brigadin et al. - Minsk: SIMST BSU, 2013. – Pp.326-351;
  • Bryhadyn P. Veremeeva N., D. Rothman Belarus in the context of European Policy: Between the EU and Russia. Monograph of Eastern Partnership: Problems and Prospects. Scientific editor E.Korasteleva. Minsk, BSU HYUST, 2011, pp.130 – 169;
  • Rotman D. Belarusian youth at the turn of centuries: comparative analysis. Monograph Youth of sovereign Belarus: Portrait. Under edition of Bulynko D., Yvanyuto O., Rotman D. Minsk, BSU Publishing Center, 2012 p. 3 – 11;
  • Rotman D. and Veremeeva N. Belarus in the Context of the Neighborhood Policy: Between the EU and Russia. Monograph - Eastern Partnership: A New Opportunity for the Neighbors. Editor E.Korasteleva. London and New York, Routledge, 2012, Pp. 75 – 100;
  • Sohlaeva L. Fylynskaya L. Bryhadyn P. Rotman D. Health care system and population health of the Republic of Belarus: Status and diagnostics problems. Monograph – Population health and social changes in post-soviet state. Under edition of P.Bryhadyn, Martin McKee, D.Rotman, A.Chvorostov, C.Haerpfer. Minsk, BSU HYUST, 2013, pp. 83-61;
  • Sohlaeva L. Fylynskaya L. Bryhadyn P. Rotman D. Transformation of value attitudes and behavior strategies of the population of Belarus in the sphere of health. Monograph – Population health and social changes in post-soviet state. Under edition of P.Bryhadyn, Martin McKee, D.Rotman, A.Chvorostov, C.Haerpfer. Minsk, BSU HYUST, 2013, pp.103-84;
  • Rotman, D., Danilov, A., D. Bulynko. Axiological surrounding of Belarus: Understanding of the Other. Monograph – Values world of modern person: Belarus and its neighbors in international projects on study of values. Under edition of Bulynko D, Danilov, A., Rotman D. Minsk, BSU, 2013. pp. 5 – 16;
  • Rotman D. Sociological study of features of functioning of regional printed media. Monograph. Minsk, Krasnaya zvezda, 2013, 60 p.
  • Rotman D., Postalovskyy A., Rasolko I. Trends of changes of value consciousness of student youth of the Republic of Belarus. Journal “Education and training” 2013, № 11, p. 3-13;
  • Rotman D. Comparison as key methodological principle of analysis of sociological information. The journal "Sociology", 2013, №2, p. 110 – 117;
  • Rotman D. Means of self-knowledge or optimization tool. The role of sociology in the modern Belarusian society. Magazine "Belarusian Thought", 2013, №6, p. 76 – 80;
  • Rotman D., Postalovsky A. Information field of the Republic of Belarus: analysis of sociological monitoring Magazine "Sociology", 2014, №2 p.113 - 121.

Published on Wednesday, October 8 2014 by Kseniya Kizilova