Comparative Politics: Critical Concepts in Political Science, Nide 1

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Howard J. Wiarda
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - 430 sivua
 

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Introduction
1
PART
8
Presidents and Prime Ministers
29
The compass of the comparativist
33
Comparing to find sociological rules
41
Parliament in the New Europe
42
Operational concepts
47
Theoretical frameworks
53
is there a
244
South Asia
248
Social Policy 311
252
PART 14
268
The consumption of dependency theory in
270
Europes uncommon foreign policy
285
A model of statesociety relations
288
critiques
303

A historical sketch of modern constitutionalism in theory
63
Western European Cabinets in comparative perspective
69
The new constitutional politics of Europe
83
Research in Comparative Politics
99
Extracts from The Study of Comparative Government
120
PART 2
124
Regional and Country Studies
133
Organized Interests New Social Movements
141
A functional approach to Comparative Politics
159
The challenge of new movements
167
the political basis
168
approaches to the study
189
Japan
198
PART 22
211
A perspective on Comparative Politics past and present
213
The new populism and the new politics
221
The conservative policy line and the development
222
Environmental Policy
239
Genesis of a Unique Democracy
311
The three political economies of the welfare state
313
The renaissance of political culture
324
Extracts from The Federalist Papers
328
Unsettled Democratic Tradition
339
Hopeful Houdinis
341
The concept of liberal society
349
What is right about the Canadian health care system?
350
Purple is the color of the future
356
The nature of political economy
357
Uses and limitations of rational choice
376
Index
392
The Leninist legacy 11
398
THE POLITICS OF ASIA
401
The study of political institutions
403
What Does the Future Hold?
415
FOUNDATIONS
422
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