Vladimir Putins intressen : En kvalitativ teorikonsumerande fallstudie om Vladimir Putins tal från 2014 och 2022

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för statsvetenskap (ST)

Sammanfattning: This essay will examine Russia’s president Vladimir Putin and two of his speeches. The first speech is the one he held after the annexation of Crimea 2014 and the second speech is the one he held on the night of the invasion of Ukraine 2022. The speeches will be analyzed with the help of the rational choice theory while using a qualitative theory-consuming case study. Further the analysis uses two tools from the rational choice theory, self-interest and utility maximization. The aim is to get an explanation of Vldaimir Putin through the view of rational choice theory. The conclusion shows that Vladimir Putin is rational when applying his self-interest and utility maximization in the speeches. He is well aware of how he portrays himself to get the public's attention. 

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