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« Démocratie dirigée » et manifestations protestataires de rue à Moscou : quelle partition joue la police ?

Abstract : With the aid of a camera, I offer to conduct an ethnographic analysis of the different police approaches to controlling protest actions in Moscow. At first I will analyse in detailed action descriptions the police techniques used in a public protest on January 19, 2010 in Moscow. This action was organized following the murder, one year before, of two people in the center of Moscow, Stanislav Markelov, lawyer, left-wing activist and human rights defender and Anastasia Baburova, a trainee journalist in the opposition newspaper Novaia Gazeta and a libertarian activist. Then, I will explore the link between police action, methods of crowd control and everyday production of politics in the streets as a particular moment of the political game.
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Perrine Poupin. « Démocratie dirigée » et manifestations protestataires de rue à Moscou : quelle partition joue la police ?. The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies (PIPSS), Centre d'études et de recherche sur les sociétés et les institutions post-soviétiques, 2012, ⟨10.4000/pipss.3921⟩. ⟨halshs-02821793⟩

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