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Essays on Ethnics and Politics
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"The first comprehensive textbook to address this central political phenomenon." The Times Higher Education Supplement "A fine array of specialist contributors ... especially welcome to see these issues presented clearly and without jargon." Commonwealth and Comparative Politics "A significant contribution to the academic study of the causes and process of democratization ... the contributing authors achieve a high degree of clarity without sacrificing theoretical and analytical depth." Democratization
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David Stone Potter is the Francis W. Kelsey Collegiate Professor of Greek and Roman History and the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, Professor of Greek and Latin in Ancient History at The University of Michigan. David Goldblatt was a South African photographer noted for his portrayal of South Africa during the period of apartheid and more recently that country's landscapes. He described himself as a self-appointed observer and critic of the society into which I was born. He had numerous publications to his name.
Preface. Part I: Framework for Analysis: . 1. Explaining Democratization: David Potter. Part II: Europe and the USA: . Introduction. 2. Democracy in the a long nineteenth centurya : 1760--1919: David Goldblatt. 3. The Crisis of Modern Democracy, 1919--45: Richard Bessel. 4. Democracy in Europe: 1939--89: David Goldblatt. 5. Democracy in the USA Since 1945: Richard Maidment. Afterword. Part III: Latin America and Asia:. Introduction. 6. Democracy and Dictatorship in Latin America, 1930--80: Paul Cammack. 7. Democratization in Latin America, 1980--95: Walter Little. 8. Why have the Political Trajectories of Inda and China been Different?: Vicky Randall. 9. Democratization at the Same Time in South Korea and Taiwan. 10. Why has Democratization been a Weaker Impulse in Indonesia and Malaysia than in the Philippines?: James Putzel. Afterword. Part IV: Africa and the Middle East: . Introduction. 11. The Rise and Fall and Rise (and Fall?) of Democracy in Sub--Saharan Africa: John A. Wiseman. 12. South Africa: Democracy Delayed: Margaret Kiloh. 13. Middle East Exceptionalism -- Myth or Reality?: Simon Bromley. 14. Islam and Democracy: Nazih N. Ayubi. 15. Israel: Constraints on Consolidation: Michael Dumper. Afterword. Part V: Communist and Post--Communist Countries: . Introduction. 16. Democratization in Eastern Europe. 17. Asiaa s Troubled Transition: Stephen White. 18. Political Participation in Post--Communist Democracies: Paul Lewis. 19. Nationalism, Community and Democratic Transition in Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. 20. Political Change in Vietnam: Martin Gainsborough. Afterword. Part VI: Conclusion: . 21. From Democratization to Democratic Consolidation: Adrian Leftwich. Acknowledgements. Index.