Changes for Democracy Actors, Structures, Processes

ISBN-10: 0199698112

ISBN-13: 9780199698110

Edition: 2011

Authors: Leonardo Morlino

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Book details

Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/20/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 312
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

List of Figures
List of Tables
Introduction
The Basics
What Theory in Democratization Studies?
Theories of institutional change
A Retreat from theory?
What are the possible theoretical developments?
Definitional Conundrums
Core definitions
Minimalist empirical definition
Main normative definitions
Are There Hybrid Regimes?
A widespread phenomenon?
Definition and analytic dimensions
Empirical cases of hybrid regimes, or sheer fantasy?
What kind of classification?
Where to go from here?
Transitions, Consolidations, Crises
What Transitions to Democracy?
When is there a regime change?
The 'first' transitions and installations
Subsequent transitions
Installation of democracy: dimensions of variation
Installation of democracy: explanatory factors
An addendum on parties
What is the core mechanism of change?
Domestic Anchoring
Do consolidation and crisis exist?
Legitimation and anchoring
The main patterns: Southern Europe
Contextual explanations and theoretical foundations
How much 'travel' can be done?
External Anchoring
Methods of influence: what to consider?
Layers of impact and cycles of change: the framework
Testing the framework empirically
Key final remarks
Qualities Deepening
Analysing Democratic Qualities
The question
What is 'quality'?
'Good' democracy and other normative notions
What qualities?
The procedures
The two substantive dimensions
The outcome
Recurrent patterns of subversion
What to focus on?
Appendix
TODEM Applied
Accountabilities and connections
From procedures to results and contents
Where are the qualities?
Appendix
Concluding Remarks
Bibliography
Index
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