Democracy under construction
- Van Beek U
- ISBN: 9780627026645
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- 480 Pages | Published: 2006
Summary This book is a major contribution to our understanding of how demographic consolidation works. It skilfully integrates a broad comparative analyses of the roles played by such factors as economic performance, institutional engineering, civil society and mass support with detailed attention to the situation-specific factors influencing democratic consolidation in five different settings: Poland, East Germany, South Africa, Chile and South Korea. For lecturers only
Chapter 1: Theoretical framework and methodology
PART ONE: POLITICAL SOCIETY
Chapter 2: Institutional engineering in new democracies
Chapter 3: Post-autocratic party systems and the regime cleavage in new democracies
Chapter 4: Support for democracy and its consolidation in fragile polities
PART TWO: ECONOMIC SOCIETY
Chapter 5: Economic policy and performance and the consolidation of democracy
PART THREE: CIVIL SOCIETY
Chapter 6: Civil society and democracy
Chapter 7: Historical contexts
Chapter 8: Data analyses, comparisons and synthesis
PART FOUR: HISTORICAL MEMORY
Chapter 9: Historical memory and democracy: Setting the scene
Chapter 10: Historical memory and identity
Chapter 11: Remembering, forgetting and the politics of memory
Chapter 12: Conclusions: Successful democratisation across cultures?
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