Rethinking the "Orange Revolution"
A national representative survey in November-December 2007 suggests that there was little consensus about the nature of the 'Orange revolution', and that perceptions varied considerably by region and age-group. The main reason for participation was to 'protest against the authorities', but here too there were considerable regional differences. Eight focus groups conducted in different parts of the country allowed participants to articulate their distinctive interpretations of the events: an...[Show more]
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