Democracy and Human Rights in Developing Countries
iUniverse, 2003 - Počet stran: 236
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Defining and Measuring Political Democracy
The Social and Economic Origins of Democracy
Structural Determinants and Policy Causes of Decline
agricultural American analysis Appendix B continued argued authoritarian bourgeoisie capital capitalist citizens civil and political coercive colonial competitive Constant ECO ECO2 correlation Costa Rica coun Country N Constant coups culture deaths from domestic decline of democracy democracy in developing democratic democratic systems dependency dependency theorists developing countries ECO ECO2 InECO economic development economic growth economic rights egalitarian elected elite established ethnic F-Ratio factors Gini coefficient groups human rights Ibid impact income distribution increase India indicators industrial InECO R F-Ratio instability land reform Latin America leaders legitimacy levels of economic Linear Polynomial Log-linear Lipset Lorenz curve major ment military modernization Moreover nomic parties percent policies political rights political system Polynomial Log-linear 33 population presidential systems regime regression relationship role rule score sector Seligson significant social and economic social mobilization social unrest societies socioeconomic development stability stable democracies statism structure tion Turkey welfare Western World