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Revolution : critical concepts in political science

Revolution : critical concepts in political science

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단행본
Personal Author
O'Kane, Rosemary H. T.
Title Statement
Revolution : critical concepts in political science / edited and with a new introduction by Rosemary H.T. O'Kane.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge,   2000.  
Physical Medium
4 v. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
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Routledge critical concepts
ISBN
0415201322 (set) 0415201330 (v. 1) 0415201349 (v. 2) 0415201357 (v. 3) 0415201365 (v. 4)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Revolutions.
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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Acknowledgements = xi
Revolution and Social Science : Movements in Method, Theory and Practice / Rosemary H. T. O'Kane = xvii
Introduction to Sections and Parts, Volume Ⅰ = xi
SECTION Ⅰ : Understanding the Nature of Revolution-Concept and Typology
  1. "Revolution" : An Inquiry into the Usefulness of an Historical Term / Arthur Hatto = 3
  2. Revolution : The Politics of Violence / Peter A. R. Calvert = 23
  3. Prolegomena to the Comparative History of Revolution in Early Modern Europe / Perez Zagorin = 34
  4. Toward a Comparative Study of Revolutions / Elbaki Hermassi = 58
  5. Revolution / E. J. Hobsbawm = 82
  6. The Varieties of Revolution / Robert H. Dix = 121
  7. Patterns of Revolution / Matthew Soberg Shugart = 134
SECTION Ⅱ : Explaining the Causes of Revolution
  Part Ⅰ : Revolutionary Causation - Deducing the Theoretical Framework
    8. Causes of Revolution / Louis Gottschalk = 159
    9. Revolution and the Social System / Chalmers Johnson = 169
    10. On the Etiology of Internal War / Harry Eckstein = 183
    11. Does Modernization Breed Revolution? / Charles Tilly = 214
  Part Ⅱ : Behavioural Approaches - Instability and Violence as the Psychological Response to Change
    12. Toward a Theory of Revolution / James C. Davies = 239
    13. Rapid Growth as a Destabilizing Force / Mancur Olson, Jr. = 260
    14. A Theory of Revolution / Raymond Tanter ; Manus Midlarsky = 281
    15. Explorations in the Theory of Social Movements and Revolutions / James A. Geschwender = 302
    16. The Revolution - Social-Change Nexus : Some Old Theories and New Hypotheses / Ted Robert Gurr = 315
  Part Ⅲ : Structural Theories - Comparative History
    17. The Barrington Moore Thesis and its Critics / Jonathan M. Wiener = 349
    18. Political Decay and the European Revolutions, 1789-1848 / John R. Gillis = 375
    19. France, Russia, China : A Structural Analysis of Social Revolutions / Theda Skocpol = 399
    20. Understanding Revolutions / John Dunn = 434
  Part Ⅳ : Peasants and Revolution - Material and Moral Economy
    21. Peasant Rebellion and Revolution / Eric R. Wolf = 457
    22. Hegemony and the Peasantry / James C. Scott = 470
    23. What Makes Peasants Revolutionary? / Theda Skocpol = 498
    24. Revolution in the Revolution : Peasants and Commissars / James C. Scott = 523


VOLUME Ⅱ

CONTENTS
Introduction to Sections and Parts, Volume Ⅱ = ⅶ
SECTION Ⅱ : Explaining the Causes of Revolution(contd)
  Part Ⅴ : Rational Choice Approaches - Individual and Collective Action
    25. The Paradox of Revolution / Gordon Tullock = 3
    26. Political Revolution and Repression : An Economic Approach / Morris Silver = 14
    27. Rational Choice and Rebellious Collective Action / Edward N. Muller ; Karl-Dieter Opp = 24
    28. Rationality and Revolutionary Collective Action / Michael Taylor = 46
    29. Revolutionary Collective Action and the Agent-Structure Problem / Jeffrey Berejikian = 79
    30. What Makes Rational Peasants Revolutionary? Dilemma, Paradox and Irony in Peasant Collective Action / Mark I. Lichbach = 100
    31. Is Revolution Individually Rational? Groups and Individuals in Revolutionary Collective Action / Jack A. Goldstone = 134
  Part Ⅵ : Social Science Theories of Revolution Compared and Assesed
    32. Theories of Revolution / Lawrence Stone = 161
    33. Reflections on Revolution : Definition and Explanation in Recent Scholarship / Isaac Kramnick = 177
    34. Theories of Revolution / Michael Freeman = 213
    35. Theories of Revolution in Contemporary Historiography / Perez Zagorin = 236
    36. Explaining Revolutions : In Quest of a Social-Structural Approach / Theda Skocpol = 260
    37. Theories of Revolution Reconsidered : Contrasting Models of Collective Violence / Rod Aya = 281
    38. Theories of Revolution : The Third Generation / Jack A. Goldstone = 339
    39. Theories of Revolution Revisited : Toward a Fourth Generation? / John Foran = 365
SECTION Ⅲ : Explaining Revolutionary State Building and the Outcomes of Revolutions
  40. Social Revolutions and Mass Military Mobilization / Theda Skocpol = 393
  41. Revolution and War / Stephen M. Walt = 413
  42. Revolutionary Outcomes in Iran and Nicaragua : Coalition Fragmentation, War, and the Limits of Social Transformation / John Foran ; Jeff Goodwin = 459
  43. The National Causes of State Construction in France, Russia and China / Rosemary H. T. O'Kane = 492
SECTION Ⅳ : Revolutionaries' Theories of Revolution as Social Science
  44. Two Methods in Search of Science : Skocpol versus Trotsky / Michael Burawoy = 517
  45. Latin America : The Long March / R e' gis Debray = 558


VOLUME Ⅲ

CONTENTS
Introduction to Sections and Parts, Volume Ⅲ = ⅶ
SECTION Ⅴ : Case Studies of Great Revolutions : Applying Theories, Testing Hypotheses
  Part Ⅶ : Early Revolutions
    46. Capitalist Origins of the English Revolution : Chasing a Chimera / Jack A. Goldstone = 5
    47. The Social Origins of the American Revolution : An Evaluation and an Interpretation / Jack P Greene = 43
    48. Ideologies and Social Revolutions : Reflections on the French Case / William H. Sewell, Jr. = 60
  Part Ⅷ : Revolutions of the Twentieth Century - Causes and Means
    49. Theories of Revolution and Revolution Without Theory : The Case of Mexico / Walter L. Goldfrank = 93
    50. Non-Revolutionary Peasants : Oaxaca Compared to Morelos in the Mexican Revolution / Ronald Waterbury = 122
    51. Theory of Revolution : On the Interrelationship Between Objective Conditions and the Subjective Factor / G. E. Glezerman = 155
    52. Moral Economy and the Chinese Revolution / Stephen Averill = 170
    53. Prologue to the Cuban Revolution / Robin Blackburn = 200
    54. The Revolution Betrayed : Ethiopia, 1974-9 / Michael Chege = 239
    55. Rentier State and Shi'a Islam in the Iranian Revolution / Theda Skocpol = 259
    56. Iran's Islamic Revolution in Comparative Perspective / Said Amir Arjomand = 278
    57. The Nicaraguan Insurrection : An Appraisal of its Originality / Ricardo E. Chavarria = 308
  Part Ⅸ : Revolutions of the Twentieth Century - State Building and Outcomes
    58. The Mexican Revolution : Bourgeois? Nationalist? Or just a 'Great Rebellion'? / Alan Knight = 327
    59. Six Views of the Russian Revolution / James H. Billington = 369
    60. Was Mao Zedong a Revolutionary? / Edward Friedman = 390
    61. Revolution and Institutionalization in Cuba / Nelson P. Vald e' s = 416
    62. The Impact of the Cuban Revolution : A Comparative Perspective / Susan Eckstein = 448
    63. Revolutionary Socialist Development in Ethiopia / Christopher Clapham = 480
    64. One Revolution or Two? The Iranian Revolution and The Islamic Republic / Val Moghadam = 496
    65. Dual Transitions from Authoritarian Rule : Popular and Electoral Democracy in Nicaragua / Philip J. Williams = 525


VOLUME Ⅳ

CONTENTS
Introduction to Sections and Parts, Volume Ⅳ = ⅶ
SECTION Ⅵ : Comparing and Contrasting Cases : Explaining the Success or Failure of Modern Revolutions
  66. Studies of Social Revolution : Origins in Mexico, Bolivia, and Cuba / Cole Blasier = 3
  67. Why Revolutions Succeed and Fail / Robert H. Dix = 35
  68. Class, State and Revolution in Central America : Nicaragua and El Salvador Compared / Manus I. Midlarsky ; Kenneth Roberts = 57
  69. The Rise(and Sometimes Fall)of Guerrilla Governments in Latin America / Timothy P. Wickham-Crowley = 83
  70. States and Urban Revolutions : Explaining the Revolutionary Outcomes in Iran and Poland / Michael Tien-Lung Liu = 109
  71. State Disintegration and Urban-Based Revolutionary Crisis : A Comparative Analysis of Iran and Nicaragua / Farideh Farhi = 135
  72. Colonialism and Revolution in Southeast Asia : A Comparative Analysis / Jeff Goodwin = 157
  73. Explaining Revolutions in the Contemporary Third World / Jeff Goodwin ; Theda Skocpol = 178
  74. A Theory of Third World Social Revolutions : Iran, Nicaragua and El Salvador Compared / John Foran = 198
  75. Explaining Transitions from Neopatrimonial Dictatorships / Richard Snyder = 223
  76. Women's Participation in Central American Revolutions : A Theoretical Perspective / T. David Mason = 249
  77. Revolution Without Movement, Movement Without Revolution : Comparing Islamic Activism in Iran and Egypt / Asef Bayat = 274
SECTION Ⅶ : Revolutionary Change in Eastern Europe, 1989, and the Future of Revolutions
  78. Now Out of Never : The Element of Surprise in the East European Revolution of 1989 / Timur Kuran = 311
  79. An Interpretation of Communist Decay : The Role of Evolutionary Mechanisms / Kazimierz Poznanski = 349
  80. Can Revolutions be Predicted ; Can Their Causes be Understood? / Nikki R. Keddie = 375
  81. Predicting Revolutions : Why We Could(and Should)have Forseen the Revolutions of 1989-1991 in the U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe / Jack A. Goldstone = 395
  82. The Future of Revolutions at the fin-de-si \bprimee cle / John Foran = 417
Index = 451

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