5 edition of Comparative democracy and democratization found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Howard J. Wiarda ; with contributions by Steve D. Boilard ... [et al.].|
|Series||New horizons in comparative politics|
|Contributions||Wiarda, Howard J., 1939-|
|LC Classifications||JC421 .C57 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||2001088493|
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"This book stands out from other textbooks on comparative politics. It represents a rare accomplishment as it has a focus on a substantively significant issue, that of democracy and democratization, which also serves as an instructional tool for problem-based by: 3.
The book concludes by offering a justification of democracy, even of the flawed democracies that nowadays abound. Oxford Studies in Democratization is a series for scholars and students of comparative politics and related disciplines.
Volumes concentrate on the comparative study of the democratization process that accompanied the decline and Cited by: About this book By revealing the contextual conditions which promote or hinder democratic development, Comparative Politics shows how democracy may not be the best institutional arrangement given a country's unique Comparative democracy and democratization book of historical, economic, social, cultural and international circumstances.
/ Howard J. Wiarda --Liberalism and social democracy in western Europe / Eric S. Einhorn --Democracy in the Catholic south: Iberia and Latin America / Margaret MacLeish Mott --Shrimp that whistled: Russia-democracy waylaid / Steve D.
Boilard --East Asia: democratization from the top / Peter R. Moody --Western democratic theories and non-western. Comparative Democratization Comparative Democratization Course SummaryCourse Summary The proliferation of democratically elected governments around the world since the mids has resulted in the reference of the contemporary world as the “democratic age”.
Samuel Huntington argues that we are in the Third Wave ofFile Size: KB. By revealing the contextual conditions which promote or hinder democratic development, Comparative Politics shows how democracy may not be the best institutional arrangement given a country's unique set of historical, economic, social, cultural and international circumstances.
Addresses the contextual conditions which promote or hinder democratic development /5. Given for the best book focusing on democratization and/or the development and dynamics of democracy and authoritarianism, published in print in Copies of the nominated book should be sent to each committee member by mail by Ma Deadline for nominations: Ma Award Committee: Chair Deborah Yashar, Princeton University.
Comparative Democratization - Science topic This book is a reference work with an encyclopedic range, offering contemporary and systematic comparisons between the United States and 17 other.
How do police forces around the world move toward democratization of their operations and responses. Analyzing police forces from 12 different countries, Comparative Policing: The Struggle for Democratization assesses the stages of each country based on the author's development of a "Continuum of Democracy" scale.
Key Features. - In the 50s and 60s democracy considered quite rare - Because we view democracy to be "good", we think it's inevitable - Democratization is driven by a lot of international agencies eg US, EU, IMF etc - Successful democratic transitions require.
This book aims to contribute to a comparatively informed theory of democracy. The book begins by arguing that conceptions of ‘the state’ and ‘democracy’, and their respective defining features, significantly influence each other.
Using an approach that is both historical and analytical, it traces this relationship through the idea of legally sanctioned and backed agency which grounds. Read "Democracy and Democratization in Comparative Perspective Conceptions, Conjunctures, Causes, and Consequences" by Jørgen Møller available from Rakuten Kobo.
This book provides an introduction to democratic theory and empirical research on democracy and democratization. The boo Brand: Taylor And Francis. For the first time, rather hard evidence is offered on the causal relationship between economics and democracy. According to Granger tests, economic development “causes” democracy, but democracy does not “cause” economic development.
Overall, the various tests would seem to advance sharply the modeling of democratic by: In doing so, the book offers a coherent framework, which students and scholars can use to grasp the literature on democracy and democratization as a whole.
Democracy and Democratization in Comparative Perspective will be of interest to students of political science, democracy and democratization, comparative politics, political theory, and. The Comparative International Politics of Democracy Promotion will be of interest to students and scholars of international relations, comparative politics, democratization studies and foreign policy.
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Democratization provides an in-depth investigation into the causes of democracy. The author analyses and compares data from countries, in order to construct a compelling argument, concluding that democratization is closely linked to resource distribution.4/5.
1 Introduction: Comparative Politics and Democracy. 2 Democracy and Democratization in Historical Perspective. 3 Economics and Political Development. 4 Political Culture and Ethnopolitics. 5 Social Structure and Politics. 6 Democratization and the Global Environment. 7 Electoral Systems.
8 Legislatures and Executives. The Decline of Democracy in Turkey: A Comparative Study of Hegemonic Party Rule offers the readers a systematic analysis of the pro-Islamist Justice and Development Party’s ascendancy and dominance in Turkish politics.
This meticulously researched book explains the political, social, and economic forces that contributed to the JDP’s. By revealing the contextual conditions which promote or hinder democratic development, Comparative Politics shows how democracy may not be the best institutional arrangement given a country's unique set of historical, economic, social, cultural and international circumstances.
Addresses the contextual conditions which promote or hinder democratic 5/5(2). In the Preface to my book Prospects of Democracy: A study of countries, I assumed that it might be my last extensive comparative study of democratization. It was not. Three years ago I realized that I could correct some aspects of my measures of democracy (which have been criticized by several colleagues) as well as explanatory variables and that the use of .With clean writing and a clear structure, the highly regarded Garoupa and Ginsburg have written a wonderful book which makes serious, much-needed advances in the empirical study of courts, in comparative law, in constitutional law, and in comparative politics.” .Democracy identifies the general processes causing democratization and de-democratization at a national level across the world over the last few hundred years.
It singles out integration of trust networks into public politics, insulation of public politics from categorical inequality, and suppression of autonomous coercive power centres as Cited by: