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Self-Censorship in Russia: Public Opinion and War in Ukraine

Academic Resources

Bodrunova, S. S., et al. (2021). Who Is the Censor? Self-Censorship of Russian Journalists in Professional Routines and Social Networking. Journalism, 22(12), 2919–2937.

Gerber, T. P. (2017). Public Opinion on Human Rights in Putin-Era Russia: Continuities, Changes, and Sources of Variation. Journal of Human Rights, 16(3), 314–331.

Schimpfössl, E. & Yablokov, I. (2020) Post-Socialist Self-Censorship: Russia, Hungary and Latvia. European Journal of Communication, 35(1), 29–45.

Yusupova, G. (2022). Critical Approaches and Research on Inequality in Russian Studies: The Need for Visibility and Legitimization. Post-Soviet Affairs, pp. 1–7.

Yusupova, G. (2019). Exploring Sensitive Topics in an Authoritarian Context: An Insider Perspective. Social Science Quarterly, 100(4), pp. 1459–78.

Yusupova, G. (2022). How Does the Politics of Fear in Russia Work? The Case of Social Mobilization in Support of Minority Languages. Europe-Asia Studies, 74(4), 620–41.

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