Обучение

все учителя

Преподаватели

Dinara Pisareva

Assistant Professor, School of Sciences and Humanities · Political Science and International Relations Department

Research interests

Comparative Politics, Democratization, Protest Movements, Political Violence

Teaching

Comparative Democratization, Political Violence, Research Design and Method, Introduction to International Relations, Comparative Politics

Publications

Pisareva, Dinara. 2022. “Do People Protest for Democracy? Investigating A Democratic Theory of Protest Participation in the 2018 Armenia’s Protest.” SocArXiv. May 9. doi:10.31235/osf.io/j947p.

Pisareva, Dinara. 2022. “Autocrats and Peaceful Resignation in the Post-soviet Space: A Political Culture Explanation.” SocArXiv. May 9. doi:10.31235/osf.io/2y6sd.

Ibadildin, N., & Pisareva, D. 2020. Central Asia in Transition: Social Contract Transformation in Nazarbayev and Post-Nazarbayev Kazakhstan. In Anja Mihr (Ed.), Transformation and Development: Studies in the OSCE Member-States (pp. 101-116). Springer.

Education/Academic Qualifiacation

Political Science, Ph.D.
Award Date: 2021-10-21


Social Sciences, Master Degree
Award Date: 2016-06-01


International Relations, Bachelor Degree
Award Date: 2014-06-01


Research Output

Do People Protest for Democracy? Investigating A Democratic Theory of Protest Participation in the 2018 Armenia’s Protest
2022,

Autocrats and Peaceful Resignation in the Post-Soviet Space: A Political Culture Explanation
2022,

Central Asia in Transition: Social Contract Transformation in Nazarbayev and Post-Nazarbayev Kazakhstan
2020, p. 101 116 p.

Алматинцы недовольны правительством и хотят выбирать акима сами
June 2022,