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Non-democratic regimes : theory, government and politics

Non-democratic regimes : theory, government and politics (Loan 9 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Brooker, Paul, 1956-.
Title Statement
Non-democratic regimes : theory, government and politics / Paul Brooker.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   St. Martin's Press,   2000.  
Physical Medium
viii, 288 p. ; 22 cm.
Series Statement
Comparative government and politics
ISBN
031222754X 0312227558 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Dictatorship. Authoritarianism. Democracy. Comparative government.
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245 1 0 ▼a Non-democratic regimes : ▼b theory, government and politics / ▼c Paul Brooker.
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300 ▼a viii, 288 p. ; ▼c 22 cm.
490 1 ▼a Comparative government and politics
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
650 0 ▼a Dictatorship.
650 0 ▼a Authoritarianism.
650 0 ▼a Democracy.
650 0 ▼a Comparative government.
830 0 ▼a Comparative government politics (St. Martin's Press).

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

List of Tables, Figures and Exhibits = ⅶ

Introduction = 1

 Studying non-democratic regimes - why and how = 1

 The modern form of non-democratic regime - the military and party dicatorships = 3

 Differences between military and party dictatorships = 5

1 Theories of Non-Democratic Government = 7

 Totalitarianism = 8

 Authoritarianism = 21

2 Types of Non-Democratic Regime = 36

 The party type of non-democratic regime = 37

 The military type of non-democratic regime = 44

 The personalist type of non-democratic regime = 52

3 The Emergence of Military Dectatorships = 59

 Motive = 62

 Means = 68

 Opportunity = 72

 The emergence of less-than-military regimes = 76

4 The Emergence of Party Dictatorships = 81

 Motive = 84

 Means = 88

 Opportunity = 96

5 Consolidation, Legitimacy and Control = 100

 Seeking legitimacy = 101

 Electoral means of legitimation = 104

 Ideological legitimation = 108

 Strengthening control = 112

 Military dictatiorships' strengthening of control = 116

 Party dictatorships' strengthening of control = 124

6 Degeneration into Personal Rule = 129

 The nature of personalist rule = 129

 Three 'classic' cases : Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini = 135

 Three military cases and the awkward case of Saddam Hussenin = 141

 The monarchical presidency = 147

7 Policies and Performance = 154

 Distinctive policies = 155

 Personalist government and policy-making = 162

 Non-personalist government and policy-making = 169

 Performance and policy implementation = 173

8 Democratisation = 188

 The demise of dicatiorships and birth of democracies = 188

 The military's reliquishing of power = 193

 Transitions to democracy = 202

 Transitions from personalist rule = 212

 Democratisation of party dictatorships = 217

9 Semi-Dictatorships and Semidemocracies = 226

 The classic example : Mexico = 230

 The historical stronghold : Latin America = 235

 An Asian example : Suharto's Indonesia = 238

 Distinguishing between semi-dictatorship and semidemocracy = 240

 Two ambiguous cases : Malaysia and Singapore = 245

 Protodemocracy in Russia and Central Asia = 252

10 The Failure and Extinction of Dictatorship? = 256

 Failure = 256

 Extinction? = 258

Further Reading = 261

References = 264

Index = 277



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