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There is no consistent definition of the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical , geographical, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations. According to the Center for Educational Technologies at Wheeling Jesuit University, there are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region". One definition describes Eastern Europe as a cultural entity: the region lying in Europe with the main characteristics consisting of Slavic , Greek , Byzantine , Eastern Orthodox , and some Ottoman cultural influences. A similar definition names the formerly communist European states outside the Soviet Union as Eastern Europe. Several definitions of Eastern Europe exist today but they often lack precision, are too general, or are outdated. These definitions are debated across cultures and among experts, even political scientists ,  as the term has a wide range of geopolitical , geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations. It has also been described as a "fuzzy" term, as the idea itself of Eastern Europe is in constant redefinition.
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When asked about changes that have taken place since the end of the communist era, people across the former Eastern Bloc express support for the shift from one-party rule and a state-controlled economy to a multiparty system and a market economy. However, Russians in particular are less supportive of these changes. But majorities in Slovakia, Hungary and Lithuania also approve. Roughly half or more in Bulgaria and Ukraine also support the change, even though there are more who disapprove in those countries. Only in Russia do fewer than half express support for the change to a multiparty system.
Developments in Central and East European Politics 5
This paper, in addition to describing the historical trajectory of party systems in the new European Union member states in general, describes the particular cases of five new Eastern-Central European ECE member states NMS-5, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia , and the recent emergence of new, second party systems that have recently emerged after the collapse of their first party systems. The main message of this paper is that the historical transformations of the NMS- 5 can best be described using a matrix of four party types: 1 populist, 2 Eurosceptic, 3 protest, and 4 extreme-right. Although Eurosceptic parties have been in the forefront of recent analysis, the other three forms included in this matrix are equally important, and even enhance the understanding of Eurosceptic parties in the NMS