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Record identifier : 564793
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Soltani Nejad, Ahmad
Title and statement of responsibility : Sociological Causes of the Colorful Revolutions in Central Asia and the Caucasus: A Case Study of Georgia and Kyrgyzstan [Thesis]/سلطانی نژاد;supervisor: Rahman Ghahramanpoor;advisor: Morteza Aalabaf
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , 2010
Language of the Item : eng
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts
Discipline of degree : , Area Studies Department
Body granting the degree : , ECO College of Insurance
Summary or Abstract : The regime changes in Georgia (2003) and Kyrgyzstan (2005) that resulted in the overthrow of Presidents Shevardnadze and Akayev are widely considered to be part of a common phenomenon of colorful revolution in the post- Soviet era. This dissertation explores the role of weak state and unpopular incumbent, widespread bureaucratic corruption and enough independent media in facilitating the colorful revolutions in Georgia and Kyrgyzstan. The research project uses a mix of qualitative and quantitative research methods. The results of content analysis have shown that both regimes in Georgia and Kyrgyzstan were extremely weak and collapse in the face of even minimal opposition. Georgias Eduard Shevardnadze, who had not been able to pay many police in months, was toppled by undersized crowds o f 20000-30000 Similarly, protests of just 5000- 10,000 toppled the regime in Kyrgyzstan Media coverage contributed to the relatively high degree of transparency during the revolutionary events. The medias involvement in the conflicted situations was constructive and their coverage of hot points helped to prevent an outbreak of violence in many cases. One additional common feature across the two colorful revolutions is that both of them took place in extremely corrupt societies. At the time of the Tulip Revolution Kyrgyzstan ranked 130th out of 150 countries in Transparency Internationals Corruption Perception Index (CPI), also in 2003, the year of the Rose Revolution, Georgia ranked 124th out of 133 countries, with a score of 1.84. So not only both of these countries were plagued with corruption, they were actually two of the most corrupt countries in the entire world..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Colorful Revolution
: Georgia,s Rose Revolution
: kyrgystan's
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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