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Title

Normative-Legal and Information Security of Socio-Political Processes in Ukraine: a Comparative Aspect

Author

Valentyna Goshovska, Lydiia Danylenko, Ihor Chukhrai, Nataliia Chukhrai, Pavlo Kononenko

Citation

Vol. 22  No. 10  pp. 57-66

Abstract

The aim of the article is to investigate socio-political processes in Ukraine on the basis of institutional and behavioral approaches, in particular their regulatory and informational support. Methodology. To determine the nature and content of socio-political processes, the following approaches have been used: 1. Institutional approach in order to analyze the development of Ukraine’s political institutions. 2. The behavioral approach has been used for the analysis of socio-political processes in Ukraine in the context of political behavior of citizens, their political activity which forms the political culture of the country. Results. The general features of the socio-political situation in Ukraine are as follows: the formed model of government, which can be conditionally described as “presidential”; public demand for new leaders remains at a high level; the society has no common vision of further development; significant tendency of reduction of real incomes of a significant part of the society and strengthening of fiscal pressure on businessmen will get a public response after some time. Increasing levels of voice, accountability, efficiency of governance and the quality of the regulatory environment indicate a slow change in the political system, which will have a positive impact on public sentiment in the future. At the same time, there has been little change in the quality of Ukraine’s institutions to ensure political stability, the rule of law and control of corruption. There are no cardinal changes in the development of the institution of property rights, protection of intellectual rights, changes in the sphere of ethics and control of corruption. Thus, Ukraine’s political institutions have not been able to bring about any change in the social-political processes. Accordingly, an average level of trust and confidence of citizens in political institutions and negative public sentiment regarding their perception and future change can be traced in Ukraine.

Keywords

socio-political processes; political institutions; political culture;, societal attitudes; institutional approach..

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202210/20221009.pdf