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Dmitry Gorenburg – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Russia’s Political Future: Scenarios and Projections
    Russian Politics and Law, 2014
    Co-Authors: Dmitry Gorenburg

    Abstract:

    Although the Russian public would prefer a stable, democratic regime that permits economic development to either an Authoritarian System or a decentralized federation, projections based on current trends indicate that the country is likely to experience tighter political control in the next decade.

  • Russia’s Political Future: Scenarios and Projections: Editor’s Introduction
    Russian Politics and Law, 2009
    Co-Authors: Dmitry Gorenburg

    Abstract:

    Although the Russian public would prefer a stable, democratic regime that permits economic development to either an Authoritarian System or a decentralized federation, projections based on current trends indicate that the country is likely to experience tighter political control in the next decade.

Marwan Dwairy – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • foundations of psychosocial dynamic personality theory of collective people
    Clinical Psychology Review, 2002
    Co-Authors: Marwan Dwairy

    Abstract:

    Abstract The concept of personality emerged as a part of the development of individualism in the western world to understand the quality of the newborn (individual). In premodern society, roles were the elements that constituted the person. Presently, about 80% of the people (Africa, Asia, and South America) in the world still live in a collective, Authoritarian System. Personality theories that have been developed in Europe and North America seem to be limited in understanding and predicting the behavior of these people. One major difference between individualistic and collective peoples is their degree of individuation from the family. Western social–political Systems enable individuals at the end of their development course to form an independent personality (or self) that is unique and different from others. For westerners, personality structures and processes enable us to predict behavior. Psychopathology is attributed to an intrapsychic disorder within the personality. Typically, psychotherapy aims to restore that order. For people who live in collective social Systems, individuation does not take place. Therefore, norms, values, roles, and familial authority directives predict behavior more than personality. Psychopathology among these people has to do with interpersonal disorder within the family. Therefore, psychotherapy should aim to restore that order. This manuscript suggests foundations of a new psychosocial dynamic theory of personality to better fit our understanding of people living in collective societies.

Sun Jingfeng – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the singapore s Authoritarian System in the background of the world democratization
    Jilin University Journal, 2007
    Co-Authors: Sun Jingfeng

    Abstract:

    Emergence and operation of Singapore Authoritarian System,which has been proved playing a decisive role in the course of Singapore’s modernization,is compatible with the special national condi- tions of Singapore after independence.Since the 1980s,the Authoritarian System depended by the People’s Action Party for a long time has been faced a challenge,which advance the Singaporle’s politi- cal democratic process.The People’s Action Party presents the obvious characteristics of naturalness and initiative while meeting the challenge of political democratization,in other word,the PAP guides the process of political democratization initiatively.The process of Singapore’s political democratization has been completely manipulated by the PAP,and perhaps it still has a long way to go.

  • on the construction of singapore s Authoritarian System and the reducion of the cost of social development
    Journal of Shanxi University, 2006
    Co-Authors: Sun Jingfeng

    Abstract:

    The economic growth and social sustainable and high-speed development of Singapore result from the construction of Authoritarian System of the People’s Action Party. The Authoritarian System that PAP set up has played an important role in the maintenance of social order and the political stability. Relying on the Authoritarian System, PAP has coordinated economic development, done strategic plan well, disposed the resources effectively, developed the wide international market, and made Singapore further upgrade its international competitiveness as well. The Authoritarian System is a kind of model of development with low participating and high input, which has the rigid ability of regulation and controlling, utilizes the formidable state machine and the mobilization ability of political resources, and gets rid of the possible political turbulence and crisis in the process of modernization by the rigid way. This Authoritarian political pattern can help Singapore, a post-developed country with the multi-race, multi-religion and plural culture, deal with various complicated contradictions, and also help Singapore finish its advancement of modernization and reduce the cost of social development under the state of stable order.