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Routledge Handbook of Democratization

Edited by: Jeffrey Haynes

Print publication date:  December  2011
Online publication date:  March  2012

Print ISBN: 9780415573771
eBook ISBN: 9780203148433
Adobe ISBN: 9781136513336

10.4324/9780203148433
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Book description

This exciting new handbook provides a global overview of the process of democratization, offering chapter by chapter discussion at both the country and regional levels and examining the interaction between the domestic and external factors that affect the progression of countries from authoritarian to democratic rule.

Bringing together 29 key experts in the field, the work is designed to contrast the processes and outcomes of democratic reform in a wide range of different societies, evaluating the influence of factors such as religion, economic development, and financial resources.

It is structured thematically into four broad sections:

  • Section I provides a regional tour d’horizon of the current state of democratisation and democracy in eight regions around the world
  • Section II examines key structures, processes and outcomes of democratisation and democracy
  • Section III focuses on the relationship between democratisation and international relations through examination of a range of issues and actors including: the third and fourth waves of democracy, political conditionality, the United Nations, the European Union, the African Union and the Organisation of African States
  • Section IV Examines the interaction between democratisation and development with a focus on poverty and inequality, security, human rights, gender, war, and conflict resolution.

A comprehensive survey of democratization across the world, this work will be essential reading for scholars and policy-makers alike.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Central and Eastern Europe Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Central America Download PDF
Chapter  3:  South America Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Sub-Saharan Africa Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The Middle East and North Africa Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Central Asia Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Democracy in South Asia Download PDF
Chapter  8:  East and Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Democratic Transitions Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Democratization and Inclusion Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Hybrid Regimes Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Deviant Democracies Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The Military Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Political parties Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Civil Society Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Social Capital Download PDF
Chapter  17:  The Third and Fourth Waves of Democracy Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Democratic Conditionality Download PDF
Chapter  19:  The United Nations and Democratization Download PDF
Chapter  20:  The European Union and Democratization Download PDF
Chapter  21:  The African Union and Democratization Download PDF
Chapter  22:  The Organization of American States and Democratization Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Democratization, Poverty and Inequality Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Democratization and Security Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Democratization and Human Rights Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Democratization and Gender Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Democratization and War Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Democratization and Conflict Resolution Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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