- Author:Larry Diamond
- Publisher:Lynne Rienner Pub (September 1, 1993)
- Pages:400 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Introduction: Political Culture and Democracy-L. Culture and Democratization in India-R.
Introduction: Political Culture and Democracy-L. Between Liberalism and Statism: African Political Cultures and Democracy-N. Paths to Democracy and the Political Culture of Costa Rica, Mexico, and Nicaragua-J. Autonomous Groups as Agents of Democratic Change in Communist and Post-Communist Eastern Europe-C. State Elites and Democratic Political Culture in Turkey-E.
Diamond, Larry Jay. Publication date. ark:/13960/t9863nj3f.
Larry Jay Diamond (born October 2, 1951) is a political sociologist and leading contemporary scholar in the field of democracy studies. He is a professor of Sociology and Political Science (by courtesy) at Stanford University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, a conservative policy think tank.
In this book noted political sociologist Larry Diamond sets forth a distinctive theoretical .
In this book noted political sociologist Larry Diamond sets forth a distinctive theoretical perspective on democratic evolution and consolidation in the late twentieth century. Rejecting theories that posit preconditions for democracy-and thus dismiss its prospects in poor countries-Diamond argues instead for a "developmental" theory of democracy.
Political Culture and Democracy in developing Countries e. com reporter, James Moore, on September 19, 2006. Interview 3mins 43secs into podcast.
Political Culture and Democracy in developing Countries ed. References. edu/ark:/99166/w65t81fx.
elites and mass political culture; and religion, political culture, and democracy.
Because of the low quality of democracy in many developing countries and post-communist states, many publics are disenchanted with the way democracy is working.
The "third wave" is not simply a story of democratic progress. Because of the low quality of democracy in many developing countries and post-communist states, many publics are disenchanted with the way democracy is working.
Democracy in Developing Countries. By Larry Diamond,, Jonathan Hartlyn, Juan J. Linz, Seymour Martin Lipset. Democracy in Developing Countries. When our project began in the mid-1980s with a conference on twenty-six developing countries, the third wave of global democratization had not yet been named or clearly identified, and the return of democracy to Latin America was still somewhat new and uncertain.