Democracy and Political Change in the 'Third World (Routledge/ecpr Studies in European Political Science)

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Democracy and Political Change in the 'Third World (Routledge/ecpr Studies in European Political Science)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 237 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415244435
  • DDC分類 320.91724

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This book examines the experience of democracy in developing countries such as Mexico, Zambia, India and Indonesia. It considers the patchy democratic record of such countries, as well as investigating the relationship between external and domestic factors to democratisation. The contributors assess the importance to democratic progress of a number of key variables, including:*the institutionalisation of political parties and electoral systems* the role of civil society*the influence of external actors, such as the European Union

Table of Contents

        List of figures                            ix
List of tables x
List of contributors xi
Series editor's preface xiv
Introduction: the 'Third World' and the third 1 (20)
wave of democracy
Jeff Haynes
Quality assessment of democracy in the 'Third 21 (14)
World'
Bruce Baker
Illiberal democracy in the 'Third World': an 35 (20)
empirical enquiry
Jan Engberg
Svante Ersson
Electoral institutional change and 55 (20)
democratisation: election administration
quality and the legitimacy of 'Third World'
elections
Jorgen Elklit
Party institutionalisation and the new 75 (22)
democracies
Vicky Randall
Lars Svasand
External actors in processes of democratic 97 (18)
consolidation: the European Union and Malawi
Armin K. Nolting
Democratic transition and consolidation in 115(17)
Mexico
Darren Wallis
Taking stock of democracy in Zambia 132(20)
Peter Burnell
Political parties and the development of 152(19)
Indian democracy
Andrew Wyatt
Indonesia's democratisation 171(27)
Olle Tornquist
Conclusions 198(14)
Jeff Haynes
Bibliography 212(19)
Index 231