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Konstantinov M.S. Imperial palingenesis: far-right ideologemes within the student environment (first article)

Published in journal "Politics and Society", 2015-12 in rubric "Ideology and politics", pages 1670-1681.

Resume: This article presents certain preliminary results of the complex research on the far-right ideologemes within the consciousness of the student youth of the Rostov Oblast, conducted in 2015 by the scientific team led by S. P. Potseluev. The first part of the work is dedicated to the analysis of the rate of spreading of one of the two primary concepts of fascist ideology – palingenetic myth, within the student consciousness. The theoretical base of this research consists of the author’s concept of political ideologemes, developed upon the integrated linguistic and politico-philosophical notion of ideologeme (Mikhail Bakhtin, Fredric Jameson, and others); Michael Freeden’s concept-morphological approach, as well as Roger Griffin’s “corpuscular" web of far-right extremists are also used in the course of this research. The aforementioned theories were adjusted to the Russian political and sociocultural specificity. The research yielded specific data on the spread of far-right ideologemes within community, as well as on the ideas and values that can potentially develop into far-right ideologies. It is demonstrated that the imperial interpretation represents the sociocultural specificity of palingenetic myth on the consciousness of the youth of the Rostov Oblast.  

Keywords: right-wing radicalism, morphology of ideologies, concept, ideologeme, political ideologies, ultranationalism, fascism, youth, public conscience, sociological survey

DOI: 10.7256/1812-8696.2015.12.17265

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