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KCI등재 학술저널

‘아랍의 봄’10년 후

튀니지 민주화의 재조명

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Tunisia is considered the only country that went through bottom-up mobilizations in 2011 and has then successfully shifted from an authoritarian system to a democracy. At the same time, however, the country is witnessing an upsurge of protests organized by many Tunisian people who took to the street against the dictator and called for democracy. They are staging protests with the same slogans and demands that were raised during the revolutionary moments. How do we make sense of their frustration and grievance in the context of democratizing Tunisia? This article aims to address this question by examining democracy promoted by the Tunisian authorities and democracy called for by the Tunisian people. It argues that these two do not refer to the same thing. There exist gaps and tensions between the post-2011 democratic system, which follows a liberal model of democracy, and the people’s longing for democracy.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 전환론과 민주주의에 대한 비판적 고찰

Ⅲ. 권위주의적 시장자유화에 대항한 시민 봉기

Ⅳ. 민주주의와 민주화 과정 간의 간극과 불일치

Ⅴ. 결론

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