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- Yashar, Deborah J.
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- Parties, Movements, and Democracy in the Developing World
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'This book is an important contribution to the literatures on democratization, parties, and movements. The volume focuses on why democracy sometimes emerges in unlikely places and circumstances. The authors argue persuasively that parties and movements are the primary actors in creating and undermining political regimes, and that these actors' preferences and behaviors are not predictable on the basis of structural variables. The contributors are among the foremost scholars of the developing world ...' Scott Mainwaring, Harvard University, Massachusetts
'Contrary to long-standing expectations of modernization theory, democracy has spread to a large number of poor countries since the onset of the Third Wave. In Parties, Movements, and Democracy in the Developing World, the contributors address this phenomenon by focusing on the organizational, political, and ideational foundations of democratic change. They do not disregard the advantages of economic development; but they argue convincingly that the social movements and political parties that shape democratic change derive from historical legacies and political choices that cannot be mapped directly to underlying social structure. These arguments are set forth in an excellent framing chapter by the editors, Nancy Bermeo and Deborah J. Yashar, and are pursued in historical detail by noted specialists on India and Southeast Asia, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Middle East ... the volume provides a coherent and sophisticated analysis ...' Robert R. Kaufman, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University, New Jersey
'Parties, Movements, and Democracy in the Developing World makes a major contribution to the comparative study of democratization. Bermeo and Yashar make a compelling case that strictly materialist theories - which take for granted the centrality of class cleavages and class-based identities and organizations - are insufficient to understand democratization movements in the developing world. In Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, class is but one of multiple cleavages around which actors mobilize. The chapters in this volume map out the diversity of collective organizations that make up contemporary democratization movements, and they provide new theoretical tools to understand the consequences of that diversity. The chapters take history seriously, showing how the organizational legacies of authoritarian rule and transitions shape subsequent party system and regime trajectories. I learned much from this book. It is required reading for anyone interested in regime change or party systems in the developing world.' Steven Levitsky, Harvard University, Massachusetts
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Nancy Bermeo holds the Nuffield Chair of Comparative Politics at the University of Oxford and is a PIIRS Senior Scholar at Princeton University, New Jersey. Deborah J. Yashar is Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University, New Jersey, and chief-editor of World Politics.
1. Parties, movements and the making of democracy Nancy Bermeo and Deborah J. Yashar; 2. The content of democracy: nationalist parties and inclusive ideologies in India and Indonesia Maya Tudor and Dan Slater; 3. Social cleavages, political parties, and the building of performance legitimacy in Southeast Asia Erik Martinez Kuhonta; 4. Democratic divergence and party systems in Latin America's third wave Kenneth M. Roberts; 5. Strong parties, weak parties: divergent pathways to democracy in sub-Saharan Africa Rachel Beatty Riedl; 6. Parties in transitional democracies: authoritarian legacies and post-authoritarian challenges in the Middle East and North Africa Ellen Lust and David Waldner; 7. Mechanisms matter Nancy Bermeo and Deborah J. Yashar.