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REGULARITIES IN DISTURBANCE:COMPARATIVE POLITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAVE 1848–1849 IN THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE

By N. S. Rozov and V. V. Tcygankov

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The article analyzes the factors and patterns that explain the entry of some societies and the non-entry of others into the European revolutionary wave of 1848-1849, examines the causes of the various results of the revolutions. The article implements the theoretical and historical approach in macro-sociology, including shuttle movements between the General hypotheses and the systematic comparison of cases for their verifi cation and correction. In the «Spring of Nations» as a vast wave of European revolutions of 1848-1849 the imperial center (Vienna) and ethnic provinces of the Austrian Empire (Venice-Lombardy, Hungary and the Czech Republic) were taken for analysis. The factors of creating a revolutionary situation are clarifi ed and the hypothesis of «fi lling » the missing factors due to the external infl uence of revolutions in neighboring and/or highly preferred societies‒ due to the effect of the revolutionary wave is confirmed

Topics: revolution, revolutions of 1848-1849, Austrian Empire, historical patterns of revolutionary dynamics, revolutionary situation, factors of instability, socio-political crisis, delegitimization of government, loyalty of the power structures, elite split, grassroots protests, Political science (General), JA1-92
Publisher: Jurist, Publishing Group
Year: 2019
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:03e95ede967d402089f0b39b9a66cb1c
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