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Political Change and Underdevelopment (2nd Edition)

A Critical Introduction to Third World Politics

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26 August 1998

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This clearly-written and comprehensive introductory text provides a critical review of the principal theoretical approaches to the study of Third World politics in the second half of the twentieth century. Arguments are...

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This clearly-written and comprehensive introductory text provides a critical review of the principal theoretical approaches to the study of Third World politics in the second half of the twentieth century. Arguments are illustrated by examples drawn from a wide and diverse range of regions and countries. All chapters have been extensively amended and updated for this substantially revised edition to include such developments as the debt crisis and democratisation, and a new chapter has been added on the impact of globalisation on the postcolonial world.

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New edition of a highly successful text now revised and updated throughout to provide coverage of new debates and developments
Combines full coverage of theoretical debates with effective use of a wide range of case studies

Introduction
Towards a Politics of Modernisation and Development
Modernisation Revisionism
The Emergence of a Politics of Order
Dependency Theory and the Study of Politics
The State and Civil Society
Globalisation and the Study of Political Change
Bibliography
Index.
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VICKY RANDALL is Reader in Government, University of Essex

ROBIN THEOBALD is Principal Lecturer in Sociology, University of Westminster and Visiting Lecturer, City University, London

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VICKY RANDALL is Reader in Government, University of Essex

ROBIN THEOBALD is Principal Lecturer in Sociology, University of Westminster and Visiting Lecturer, City University, London

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