Generational Effects on Attitudes to Communist Regimes: A Comparative Analysis

@inproceedings{Rose1995GenerationalEO,
  title={Generational Effects on Attitudes to Communist Regimes: A Comparative Analysis},
  author={R. Catlin Rose and Ellen Carnaghan},
  year={1995}
}
Based on survey data, collected in 1993 and 1994 from eleven post-communist societies (N = 13,614), the authors investigate empirically the extent to which generations differ in their retrospective evaluations of their defunct Communist political regimes and command economies. While the aggregate level of approval of the old regime varies between countries, within almost every country a similar pattern of generational differences is found: the youngest generation is least approving of the old… CONTINUE READING