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Yosef Kamal Ibssa, University of Copenhagen An important and brilliant book which will be essential reading for students and scholars of democracy and democratization.
Sarah Birch, University of Essex Review from previous edition Authoritative, clearly written, and well integrated, this book will be an invaluable resource to students at all levels, from undergraduates to practicing scholars in related fields and disciplines.
Attila Agh, Budapest Corvinus University The book is the new Bible of democratization research, offering an intellectual adventure for both scholars of democratization studies in their further research, and university students eager to learn about the current practices of democratizing states.
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Christian Haerpfer is Professor of Politics at the University of Vienna, Director of the Institute for Comparative Survey Research in Vienna, and President of the World Values Survey Association. Patrick Bernhagen is Professor of Comparative Politics and the University of Stuttgart. Christian Welzel is Professor for Political Culture Research at Leuphana University of Luneberg and President Emeritus of the World Values Survey Association. Ronald F. Inglehart is Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan.
1: Christian Welzel, Ronald Inglehart, Patrick Bernhangen, and Christian W. Haerpfer: Introduction Part One: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives 2: Christian Welzel: Theories of Democratization 3: Richard Rose: Democratic and Undemocratic States 4: Patrick Bernhagen: Measuring Democracy and Democratization 5: Dirk Berg-Schlosser: Long Waves and Conjunctures of Democratization 6: John Markoff and Daniel Burridge: The Global Wave of Democratization Part Two: Causes and Dimensions of Democratization 7: Hakan Yilmaz: The International Context 8: Patrick Bernhagen: The Political Economy of Democracy 9: Christian Welzel and Ronald F. Inglehart: Political Culture, Mass Beliefs and Value Change 10: Pamela Paxton and Kris Velasco: Gender and Democratization 11: Natalia Letki: Social Capital and Civil Society Part Three: Actors and Institutions 12: Federico M. Rossi and Donnatella della Porta: Social Movements and Contention in Democratization Processes 13: Ian McAllister and Stephen White: Conventional Citizen Participation 14: Leonardo Morlino: Political Parties 15: Matthijs Bogaards: Electoral Systems and Institutional Design in New Democracies 16: Katrin Voltmer and Gary Rawnsley: The Media 17: Larry Diamond and Zak Whittington: Social Media 18: M. Steven Fish, Jason Wittenberg, and Laura Jakli: Failed Democratization and Resilient Authoritarianism Part Four: Regions of Democratization 19: Richard Gunther: Southern Europe 20: Andrea Oelsner and Mervyn Bain: Latin America 21: Christian W. Haerpfer and Kseniya Kizilova: Post-Communist Europe 22: Christian W. Haerpfer and Kseniya Kizilova: The Post-Soviet Space 23: Francesco Cavatorta: The Middle East and North Africa 24: Michael Bratton: Sub-Saharan Africa 25: Doh Chull Shin and Rollin F. Tusalem: East Asia Part 5: Conclusions and Outlook 26: Christian Welzel, Ronald F. Inglehart, Patrick Bernhagen, and Christian Haerpfer: Conclusions and Outlook: The Future of Democratization