The Georgian “Rose Revolution” of 2003 was preceded by events in November 2001, in which students protested against a government raid on a popular TV station, Rustavi 2, and forced then-President Shevardnadze to request the resignation of the Georgian cabinet as the students demanded 다운로드. This article describes these events in detail to show how political transition in Georgia has been carried out and exemplified by new political rhetorics and metarhetoric that expressly confronted entrenched logics of reception 캐논 스캐너 드라이버 다운로드. The article illustrates how shifts in state formation, in postsocialist contexts in particular, are tied to shifts in representational modes.
Manning, P 다운로드. (2007). Rose-colored glasses? Color Revolutions and Cartoon Chaos in Postsocialist Georgia. Cultural Anthropology, 22(2), 171-213.
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