Decentralization and Self-government as the Premises and Cause of Activating the Social Life of the Community.

Regions: Inuvialuit Settlement Region

Tags: social sciences, self-government, politics, political science, devolution

Principal Investigator: Boyko, S. Vladimir I. (1)
Licence Number: 12169
Organization: Russian Academy of Science
Licenced Year(s): 1992
Issued: Jan 01, 1992
Project Team: Dr. S. Vladimir I. Suprun

Objective(s): To define the tendencies in the process of decentralization of traditional power structures and appearance of the new forms in the NWT to compare with similar trends in the North of Russia; to determine whether these processes are evolutionary and evaluate the role of cultural attitudes and formation of specific political cultures;

Project Description: The researcher and his team will define the tendencies in the process of decentralization of traditional power structures and appearance of the new forms in the NWT to compare with similar trends in the North of Russia. They will investigate the driving forces of these changes, determine if the process is evolutionary and evaluate the role of cultural attitudes and formation of specific political cultures.