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by Becky Shelley

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ISBN:
0415342503
Author:
Becky Shelley
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Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge (March 2, 2005)
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224 pages
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Democratic Development in East Asia explores an important but neglected topic in the literature on democratization in East Asia: the international dimension of democratization. It presents a coherent and comprehensive analysis of the impact of external political, economic and cultural factors on China, South Korea and Taiwan's political development since World War II.

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Democratic Development in East Asia explores an important but neglected topic in the literature on democratization in East Asia: the international dimension of democratization.

series Politics in Asia. Books related to Democratic Development in East Asia. Shelley also examines the international political economy, aspects of the United Nations system, diffuse cultural factors and processes, democracy movements, and a number of international non-government organizations.

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Politics in Asia has long been established as a source of distinctive and authoritative studies on the political life of Asia. The series covers a broad range of countries and aspects of politics, and includes volumes from some of the leading scholars working in the field. Learn mor. ubject Categories. Politics & International Relations. BISAC Subject Codes/Headings: HIS008000. HISTORY, Asia, China. POLITICAL SCIENCE, General.

The story of Asia is one of political and economic survival, in which political elites . It may be tempting to view political development and democratization in East Asia from a global view and conclude that the contours of democracy will converge throughout the world.

The story of Asia is one of political and economic survival, in which political elites sought to legitimate their authority through the use of both traditional and modern symbols. Traditional communitarian values and the modern symbols of economic growth and materialism coexist in Asian political systems.

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Regionalism and globalization in East Asia: politics, security and economic development. Allies of the state: Democratic support and regime support among China's private entrepreneurs. Macmillan International Higher Education. HSE student wishing to enroll in State and Society in East Asia must also take the following courses: · Global History, · Introduction to Political Science, · Introduction to International Relations, · Modern History of East Asia. Please also consider taking Comparative Area Studies before enrolling in this course. The China Quarterly, 196, 780-804.

Democratic Development in East Asia explores an important but neglected topic in the literature on democratization in East Asia: the international dimension of democratization. It presents a coherent and comprehensive analysis of the impact of external political, economic and cultural factors on China, South Korea and Taiwan's political development since World War II. The author analyzes the circumstances under which the international context affects domestic actors' choice of political institutions and actions and concentrates on a selection of key international structures and actors that make up this complex picture. Shelley also examines the international political economy, aspects of the United Nations system, diffuse cultural factors and processes, democracy movements, and a number of international non-government organizations.