volume 44, issue 2, P294-308 1996
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1996.tb00426.x
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Abstract: Abstract The concept of patrimonial domination was at first underutilized in western social science and then often used without proper clarification of its methodological basis. When the Soviet system was characterized as patrimonial, conceptual analysis was also generally lacking. In the article an attempt is made to fill in the gap between Weberian sociological theory and historical studies of Soviet society. It is argued that, although the concept of patrimonialism is applicable to the Stalinist system, th…

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