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2013 | 14 | 166 - 182
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Demokracja skonsolidowana jako efekt tranzycji. Analiza podstawowych ujęć i poglądów

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Consolidated democracy as a result of transition. Analysis of basic perspectives and views
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The transition from a non-democratic system to a consolidated democracy is a long-term and many-sided process that consists of: liberalization, democratization and consolidation. Scientific categories used to describe this process are highlighted in a purely analytical way, which means that it is difficult to explicitly clarify the moment at which one stage ends and the second begins. As a result, a consolidated democracy is formed with a number of features that can be looked at from three perspectives: the political-legal, social and cultural. In a case where the political system does not demonstrate one of these features, it can be assumed that a democracy is not fully consolidated.
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14
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166 - 182
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