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Macmillan Higher Education

Non-Democratic Regimes (3rd Edition)

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Publisher:

Palgrave

Pages: 304
Series:

Comparative Government and Politics

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Recommend to library, View companion site

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Hardcover - 9781137305800

18 December 2013

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18 December 2013

$49.99

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04 December 2013

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A comprehensive assessment of the nature and evolving character of authoritarian regimes, their changing character and the main theoretical explanations of their incidence, character and performance. The third edition covers...

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A comprehensive assessment of the nature and evolving character of authoritarian regimes, their changing character and the main theoretical explanations of their incidence, character and performance. The third edition covers the rise of new forms of disguised dictatorship and semi-competitive democracy in the 21st Century.

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  • Contains two new chapters on democratically disguised dictatorship and statebuilding successes and failings
  • Will benefit from a new fully featured companion site to aid students' learning

Introduction
1. Theoretical Approaches
2. Monarchical and Personal Rule
3. Establishing Military Rule
4. Establishing One-Party Rule
5. Consolidation, Legitimacy and Control
6. Non-Democratic Governance
7. Governance and State-Building
8. Democratization and Rationalization
9. A New Phase and Format: Disguised Dictatorship
Conclusion.
The companion website has additional resources to supplement the book which are free to use!
  • Chapter guides
  • Useful weblinks
  • Glossary
Find these at the address below:

https://www.macmillanihe.com/companion/brooker-non-democratic-regimes
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Paul Brooker was formerly Senior Lecturer in Politics at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

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Paul Brooker was formerly Senior Lecturer in Politics at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

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