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Democracy and democratization [electronic resource] : post-communist Europe in comparative perspective / John D. Nagle and Alison Mahr.

By: Nagle, John D. (John David).
Contributor(s): Mahr, Alison.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Sage politics texts: Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 1999Description: 1 online resource (xi, 324 p.) : map.ISBN: 9780857026231 (electronic bk.); 0857026232 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Democracy -- Europe, Eastern | Post-communism -- Europe, Eastern | Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government -- 1989- | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Ideologies -- Democracy | Democratisering | Democratie | Postcommunisme | Demokratisierung | Internationaler Vergleich | Politische Theorie | OsteuropaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Democracy and democratization.DDC classification: 321.80947 Other classification: 89.35 | 15.70 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Theoretical and Historical Backgrounds for Democratization. The Democracy Project and the Development of Comparative Politics. Historical Legacies of Regional Democratization -- The Emerging Politics of the New Democracies. Conceptualizations of Transition: Early Dichotomies and Evolving Complexities. Civil Society: Using the New Freedoms. Concepts of Economic Restructuring. Interest Group Articulation in Post-Communism. Political Party Formation and Electoral Competition. Elites and Citizens: Elite Democracy and Citizen Participation -- Regional and International Contexts of Democratization. Regional Comparisons of Democratization: Southern Europe -- Lessons from Another European Region. Structuring Executive Power in Emerging Democracies: Warnings from Latin America. Economics First, Then (Maybe) Politics: The Challenge of the East Asian Model. East-Central Europe, the EU and Globalizing Capitalism: What Kind of Democratization, What Kind of Democr.
Summary: Providing a wide ranging overview of the processes of democratisation in post-communist Europe, this text places the transitions in these states within a broad European and global context.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-319) and index.

pt. 1. Theoretical and Historical Backgrounds for Democratization. 1. The Democracy Project and the Development of Comparative Politics. 2. Historical Legacies of Regional Democratization -- pt. 2. The Emerging Politics of the New Democracies. 3. Conceptualizations of Transition: Early Dichotomies and Evolving Complexities. 4. Civil Society: Using the New Freedoms. 5. Concepts of Economic Restructuring. 6. Interest Group Articulation in Post-Communism. 7. Political Party Formation and Electoral Competition. 8. Elites and Citizens: Elite Democracy and Citizen Participation -- pt. 3. Regional and International Contexts of Democratization. 9. Regional Comparisons of Democratization: Southern Europe -- Lessons from Another European Region. 10. Structuring Executive Power in Emerging Democracies: Warnings from Latin America. 11. Economics First, Then (Maybe) Politics: The Challenge of the East Asian Model. 12. East-Central Europe, the EU and Globalizing Capitalism: What Kind of Democratization, What Kind of Democr.

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Providing a wide ranging overview of the processes of democratisation in post-communist Europe, this text places the transitions in these states within a broad European and global context.

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