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. Tambov: Gramota, 2011. № 8. Part 2. P. 151-154.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Political Science
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Makarov Egor Pavlovich
Volga Region State Social-Classical Academy

Abstract. The author considers Gordon riots social composition, presents riots periodization, studies the participants' composition changes at different riots stages and basing on the conceptions adopted in West-European historical studies analyzes crowd as the leading social group which included riots members.
Key words and phrases: социология толпы, Гордоновский бунт, Протестантская ассоциация, народные волнения, гражданские беспорядки, социальный протест, crowd sociology, Gordon riots, Protestant Association, public disturbance, civil unrest, social protest.
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