The third issue of Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics has been recently published

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We would kindly like to inform you that the third issue of Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics has been recently published.

Intersections. EEJSP Vol 1. No 3

Social Movements and Contentious Politics in Central and Eastern Europe

IntersectionsEEJSP  is a peer reviewed journal promoting multidisciplinarity and comparative thinking on Eastern and Central European politics and societies in a global context. The journal publishes research with international relevance and encourages comparative analysis. Founded by the Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences IEEJSP provides an international forum for scholars investigating political and social phenomena within and beyond the region.


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Table of Contents


What are Eastern European Social Movements and How to Study Them?

Grzegorz Piotrowski



SMS for East Central Europe? A Challenge and an Opportunity for a Young Discipline

Agnes Gagyi


The Meaning of the 1980s’ Anti-Politics’ Legacy within the Contemporary East-Central European Civil Societies

Elzbieta Cizewska-Martynska


From Same Starting Points to Moderate Versus Radical Solutions. Political Socialization and Values of Young LMP and Jobbik Party Political Activists

Nora Anna Lantos, Anna Kende


Movement Entrepreneurship of an Incumbent Party. The Story of the Hungarian Incumbent Party Fidesz and the Civil Cooperation Forum

Tamás Rudolf Metz


Changing Movements, Evolving Parties: the Party-oriented Structure of the Hungarian Radical Right and Alternative Movement

Daniel Mikecz


Protests against Fraudulent Elections in Belarus as Emancipation of the Parallel Civil Society

Olga Lavrinenko


Research Note

Unite or Fall: Labor Protests in Ukraine in the Face of the Crises

Oksana Dutchak


Book Reviews

Cramme, Olaf and Sara B. Hobolt (2015) (eds) Democratic Politics in a European Union under Stress. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 259 pages. ISBN: 978-0-19-872448-3.

Juliane Sophie Stein-Zalai


Sebők, Miklós. Hatalom szabályok nélkül ­ Kormány és törvényhozás viszonya pénzügyi válság idején (Power without Rules – Executive­Legislative Relations in Times of Financial Crisis). Budapest: Új Mandátum. 2014. 147 pages. ISBN 978-963-287-076-2.

Gábor Tamás Molnár