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Achieving democracy : democratization in theory and practice

Author: Mary Fran T Malone
Publisher: New York : Continuum International Pub. Group, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Achieving Democracy analyzes why some nations become democratic while others remain authoritarian by looking at issues of democratization from a cross-national and historical perspective.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Fran T Malone
ISBN: 9781441191793 1441191798 9781441181824 1441181822
OCLC Number: 657602833
Description: xx, 394 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword -Mitchell Seligson Section 1: Introduction to Democratic Developmen 1. Democracy's March through History --
Marlene Sokolon and Mary Fran T. Malon 2. Why Democracy? --
Jonathon Hiskey and Alynna Lyon 3. Explaining Democratization --
Mary Fran T. Malone Section 2: First Wave of Democracy 4. The Development and Growth of British Democracy --
Nicoletta F. Gullace 5. The American Road to Democracy: An Early Start, but Late Finish --
Marvin P. King, Jr., Stephanie McLean 6. The Emergence and Evolution of Democracy in Switzerland --
Paolo Dardanelli Section 2 Discussion Questions and Hypothesis Testing Exercise Section 3: Second Wave of Democracy 7. From Defeat and Division to Democracy in Germany --
Paul Fritz 8. The Transformation of Japanese Democracy --
Mary Alice Haddad 9. India's Democracy: Success against the Odds --
Laura Jenkins and Harita Patel Section 3 Discussion Questions and Hypothesis Testing Exercise Section 4: Third Wave of Democracy 10. Democracy Interrupted and Restored: the Case of Chile --
Mary Fran T. Malone 1 Poland's Democratic Development --
Ewa Golebiowska 12. South Africa's Miraculous Transition to Democracy --
Emily Rodio Section 4 Discussion Question and Hypothesis Testing Exercise Section 5: Conclusion 13. Why is Democracy Elusive in the Middle East? --
Jeannie Sowers 14. The Promotion of Democracy: Actors and Methods --
Dinorah Azpuru Section 5 Discussion Questions and Hypothesis Testing Exercise Afterword --
Mary Fran T. Malone.
Responsibility: edited by Mary Fran T. Malone.

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