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Communicating democracy : the media and political transitions

Author: Patrick H O'Neil
Publisher: Boulder : Lynne Rienner, 1998.
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A comparative and global investigation on the role of the media in the move from authoritarianism to democracy in developing and post-communist countries. The text explores the cultural, economic,  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick H O'Neil
ISBN: 1555876692 9781555876692
OCLC Number: 37975766
Description: vi, 225 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Party Structure and Party Performance in New and Old Democracies / Richard I. Hofferbert --
Party Formation and Party System Consolidation in the New Democracies of Central Europe / David M. Olson --
The Post Communist Transition and Institutionalization of Lithuania's Parties / Algis Krupavicius --
Consolidation and Stabilization of the Party System in the Czech Republic / Michal Klima --
Who Survives? Party Origins, Organizational Development, and Electoral Performance in Post communist Russia / Grigorii V. Golosov --
The Turkish Party System in Transition: Party Performance and Agenda Change / Ali Carkoglu --
Parties, Party Systems, and Satisfaction with Democratic Performance in the New Europe / Christopher J. Anderson --
Party Appeals and Voter Loyalty in New Democracies / Gabor Toka --
Effects of Party Organization on Performance during the 'Golden Age' of Parties / Kenneth Janda and Tyler Colman --
Party Families and Democratic Performance: Extraparliamentary versus Parliamentary Group Power / Rachel Gibson and Robert Harmel --
Institutional Arrangements and the Success of New Parties in Old Democracies / Joseph Willey.
Responsibility: edited by Patrick H. O'Neil.


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