Linz, Juan J. 2000. Totalitarian and Authoritarian regimes. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers. O'Neil, Patrick H. 2009. Essentials of Comparative Politics. Third Edition. New York, W.W. Norton & Company. Payne, Stanley G. 2004.
Author: Rubén Jarazo Álvarez
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This collective work aims to compare media (and in particular cultural press) in Francoist Spain and Communist Romania, placing the two opposing paradigms in a common approach with the intention of identifying shared patterns and intricate connections between them, but, at the same time, without ignoring their radical differences. This comparison is performed both explicitly, through several chapters focusing on the general methodological implications of such a comparison between Francoist Spain and Communist Romania in the development of totalitarian / dictatorial propagandistic systems; and implicitly, by offering the academic frame to a series of case studies from both regimes. The contributors to this volume – Spanish, Anglo-Saxon and Romanian scholars – approach several aspects of media in relation to politics, propaganda, historical or social aspects in the two regimes, based on their academic backgrounds: history, cultural studies, media and literature. The volume intends to suggest – through its collection of general, comparative or analytic chapters, as well as through a new approach on two political and cultural phenomena otherwise studied as opposing paradigms – the need for a larger debate on the potential of the approach to these phenomena in a common framework.
Patrick O'Neil for a definition and comments on “illiberal democracy,” Essentials of Comparative Politics, 3rd edition, New York: W. W Norton & Company, 2010, p. 162–163. Pei Minxin, China's Trapped Transformation: The Limits of ...
Author: Xianglin Xu
Publisher: Springer Nature
This volume is a selection of Chinese political scholar Xianglin Xu’s published works spanning nearly 20 years of research that explore and discuss the socio-economic transition in China under state political reform. Contextualized within the decades following the 80s, the author analyzes patterns observed from empirical studies, and breaks down the underlining reasoning, conditions and functionalities behind the incremental reform policies pushed forward by the Party and government. The collection is broken up into four sections: the first provides a general framework and theoretical / historical introduction to social transition research in the case of China; the second section discusses the underpinning logic behind political reform in China and practical concerns; the third section follows with discussions on reform policy practices within China including application and trajectory; the final section concludes with an analysis of reform within state institutional infrastructure and policy innovation.
Perspective on World Politics, 2nd ed. ... New York & London: Cambridge University Press (Russian edition: Moscow: Gaidar Institute, 2011). O'Neil, Patrick H. 2010. Essentials of Comparative Politics, 3rd ed.
Author: Alexei D. Voskressenski
This book addresses the problem of World Regional Studies and its components: regional complexes, regional subsystems and global regions. With an increasingly complex international system and the emergence of new actors, it is clear that the conceptual framing within the classical disciplines of IR, Political Theory, International Political Economy or Comparative Politics can no longer fully explain a number of processes originating from a tighter and intricate nexus between local, regional and global dimensions. World Regional Studies explains the emergence of new phenomena in international relations and world politics on a regional and predominantly non-Western regional level. How do non-Western societies react to the transformations of the global order? Is a non-Western democracy possible? Should we discuss the possibilities for the appearance of a non-Western IR theory or a new framework for analyzing de-westernized global development? This study, based on decade-long research and teaching post in World Regional Studies at MGIMO-University and Russian University of Humanitarian Studies (RGGU), seeks to answers these questions.
Volume I: Politics, Poverty, Marginalization and Education. Juma, Calestous. ... In Political action: Mass participation in five western democracies, edited by Barnes, Samuel, 27–56. ... Essentials of comparative politics, 3rd edition.
This book features essays that untangle, express and discuss issues in and around the intersections of politics, social justice, intolerance, terrorism, minorities, poverty, and education, and as they relate to the two concepts of radicalisms and conservatisms in Africa.
The Essential Readings Eric E. Otenyo, Nancy S. Lind, Lawrence R. Jones ... administration in developing countries appear prominently in the work of the Committee on Comparative Politics of the SSRC, especially Joseph La Palombara (ed.) ...
Author: Eric Edwin Otenyo
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Volume 15 of Comparative Public Administration, titled Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management, offers a four-part approach that includes comparative public administration, administrative development and development administration, institutional management, and new public management and reforms. These elements discuss the fundamentals of public administration in detail while also investigating the changes that occur in administrative institutions. *Discusses the fundamentals of public administration *Investigates the changes occurring in administrative institutions *Includes content about internatonal organizations
East Asia: A New History (third edition). New York: Pearson and Longman, 2004. National Center for Victims of Crimes. ... O'Neil, Patrick H. Essentials of Comparative Politics (fourth edition). New York: W.W. Norton, 2013. Ong, Aihwa.
Author: Jean Kachiga
Publisher: Lexington Books
Global Issues in the Context of Spaces examines globalization using the concept of space to contextualize discussion of global issues. The manuscript uses the concept of space to contextualize global issues because spaces are the theater of human activity. Global issues result from specific dynamics emerging between people and their activities within specific spaces. The growth of population, the increase of human activity, and the usage of new spaces explain the complexity and challenges of global issues today.
The good society: An introduction to comparative politics, 2edition. Pearson. ... Essentials of Comparative Politics (Fourth Edition). ... A.J. (2010) Leisure, sport and tourism, politics, policy and planning, 3rd edition. CABI.
Publisher: Varna University of Management
The European Journal of Tourism Research is an open access academic journal in the field of tourism, published by Varna University of Management, Bulgaria. Its aim is to provide a platform for discussion of theoretical and empirical problems in tourism. Publications from all fields, connected with tourism such as tourism management, tourism marketing, tourism sociology, psychology in tourism, tourism geography, political sciences in tourism, mathematics, tourism statistics, tourism anthropology, culture and tourism, heritage and tourism, national identity and tourism, information technologies in tourism and others are invited. Empirical studies need to have either a European context or clearly stated implications for European tourism industry. The journal is open to all researchers. Young researchers and authors from Central and Eastern Europe are encouraged to submit their contributions. Regular Articles in the European Journal of Tourism Research should normally be between 4 000 and 20 000 words. Major research articles of between 10 000 and 20 000 are highly welcome. Longer or shorter papers will also be considered. The journal publishes also Research Notes of 1 500 – 2 000 words. Submitted papers must combine theoretical concepts with practical applications or empirical testing. The European Journal of Tourism Research includes also the following sections: Book Reviews, announcements for Conferences and Seminars, abstracts of successfully defended Doctoral Dissertations in Tourism, case studies of Tourism Best Practices. The European Journal of Tourism Research is published in three Volumes per year. There are no charges for publication. The full text of the European Journal of Tourism Research is available in the following databases: EBSCO Hospitality and Tourism Complete, CABI Leisure, Recreation and Tourism, ProQuest Research Library The journal is indexed in Scopus and Clarivate Analytics' Emerging Sources Citation Index. The editorial team welcomes your submissions to the European Journal of Tourism Research.
Tis third edition will continue to be an essential tool for students and practitioners at all levels.” Angelo Rivero Santos, Center for Latin American Studies, Georgetown University “Te organization of this book around the contemporary ...
Author: Daniel C. Hellinger
This new edition brings Daniel C. Hellinger’s brilliantly succinct and accessible introduction to Latin America up to date for a new generation of educators. In crisp detail, Hellinger gives a panoramic overview of the continent and offers a unique balance of comparative politics theory and interdisciplinary country-specific context, of a thematic organization and in-depth country case studies, of culture and economics, of scholarship and pedagogy. Insightful historical background in early chapters provides students with ways to think about how the past influences the present. However, while history plays a part in this text, comparative politics is the primary focus, explaining through fully integrated, detailed case studies and carefully paced analysis. Country-specific narratives are integrated with concepts and theories from comparative politics, leading to a richer understanding of both. Updates to this new edition include: • Revisiting contemporary populism and the global emergence of right-wing populism. • The pros and cons of extractivism; the impact of Chinese investment and trade. • Contemporary crisis in Venezuela; expanded treatment of Colombia and Peru. • The role of the military; LGBTQ+ issues; corruption; violence; identity issues. • New sections on social media, artificial intelligence, and big data cyber technologies. • Examination of post-Castro Cuba; Costa Rica’s exceptionalism. • Broader study of environmental movements; how governments relate to social movements. • Examination of personalist parties; refugee and asylum rights. • Interventionist policies of the current U.S. administration. • Early impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Comparative Politics of Latin America is a thoughtful, ambitious, and thorough introductory textbook for students beginning Latin American Studies at the undergraduate level.
Essentials of Comparative Politics gives students a holistic, concise overview of the key conceptual debates and ... is best for understanding a particular issue, preferring instead to show students the strengths and weaknesses of each.
Author: Stephen Orvis
Publisher: CQ Press
Introducing Comparative Politics: The Essentials is focused on core concepts and the big picture questions in comparative politics—Who rules? What explains political behavior? Where and why? Stephen Orvis and Carol Ann Drogus demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of commonly debated theories, structures, and beliefs and push students to apply their understanding. While detailed case studies can go in-depth on specific countries and political systems, this book distills its country material into the narrative, increasing global awareness, current-event literacy, and critical-thinking skills. Adapted from the authors’ Introducing Comparative Politics, Fifth Edition, The Essentials version offers the same framework for understanding comparative politics in a briefer format, allowing you to teach the course the way you want to teach it.