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Democratization in the South: The Jagged Wave (Perspectives on Democratization) e-book

Author:

Robin Luckham,Gordon White

Language:

English

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Politics

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Politics & Government

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4.1

Publisher:

Manchester Univ Pr (December 1, 1996)

Pages:

322

ISBN:

0719049415

Democratization in the South: The Jagged Wave (Perspectives on Democratization) e-book

by Robin Luckham,Gordon White


Explores the political dynamics of the recent wave of democratization in developing societies.

Explores the political dynamics of the recent wave of democratization in developing societies. Within a broad comparative perspective, the text focuses on the particular experiences of four countries - South Korea, Ghana, Zambia and Chile. The contributors assess the likelihood of sustaining new democratic regimes and discuss the feasibility of the promotion of democratization by outside parties.

Democratization in the South book Democratization in the South: The Jagged Wave (Perspectives on Democratization).

Democratization in the South book. Details (if other): Cancel. Democratization in the South: The Jagged Wave (Perspectives on Democratization). 0719049423 (ISBN13: 9780719049422).

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Liberalization and Democratization in South America: Perspectives from the 1970s. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Democracy by Convergence and Southern Europe: A Comparative Politics Perspective.

Luckham, Robin and Gordon White, 1996, Democratisation in the South: The Jagged Wave, Manchester: Manchester University Press. Molyneux, Maxine, 1985, ‘Mobilisation without Emancipation?

Luckham, Robin and Gordon White, 1996, Democratisation in the South: The Jagged Wave, Manchester: Manchester University Press. Molyneux, Maxine, 1985, ‘Mobilisation without Emancipation? Women’s Interests and the State in Nicaragua’, Feminist Studies, 11(2), 227–54. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Rai . 2000) International Perspectives on Gender and Democratisation. eds) International Perspectives on Gender and Democratisation. Women’s Studies at York Series. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Luckham, Robin, White, Gordon. Perspectives on democratization. 0719049415, 0719049423. This item appears on. List: PO901: Theories and Issues in International Development.

In Democratization in the South- the Jagged Wave, ed Robin Luckham and Gordon White. Civil Society, Democratization and Development: Clearing the Analytical Ground. Manchester University Press. Democratization 1,no. CFC and the New Politics. Ugnayan XII, no. 2 (March-April).

Concerning International Support for Democracy in the South," in Robin Luckham and Gordon White, eds. Democratization in the South: The Jagged Wave. Manchester University Press, 1996: 246–50. The International Dimensions of Democratization: Europe and the Americas. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996. Wiarda, Howard J. Cracks in the Consensus: Debating the Democracy Agenda in . The Washington Papers, vol. 172. Westport, Conn.

book The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century. Scholars generally disagree about the precise number of democratic waves

Although the term appears at least as early as 1887, it was popularized by Samuel P. Huntington, a political scientist at Harvard University in his article published in the Journal of Democracy and further expounded in his 1991 book The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century. Scholars generally disagree about the precise number of democratic waves. Though his book does not discuss the collapse of the Soviet bloc, a number of scholars have taken the "Third Wave" to include the democratic transitions of 1989-1991.

By contrast, countries in the first wave of democratization became modern states before universal suffrage was introduced. Because they have democratized backwards, most third-wave countries are currently incomplete democracies.

Explores the political dynamics of the recent wave of democratization in developing societies. Within a broad comparative perspective, the text focuses on the particular experiences of four countries - South Korea, Ghana, Zambia and Chile. The contributors assess the likelihood of sustaining new democratic regimes and discuss the feasibility of the promotion of democratization by outside parties. The text also addresses the complex practical issues of establishing and consolidating democratic political institutions, as well as important topics such as military power, the role of civil society and the position of women in relation to democracy.

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