9 edition of Democracy and development in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-210) and index.
|Statement||Clark D. Neher, Ross Marlay.|
|LC Classifications||JQ96.A91 N44 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|ISBN 10||0813319846, 0813319854|
|LC Control Number||95023653|
Taking stock of the comparative experiences of the 11 countries in the region, this essay argues that Southeast Asia is characterized by the decoupling of governance and regime type: there is Author: Thomas Pepinsky. Read "Globalization and Democracy in Southeast Asia Challenges, Responses and Alternative Futures" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book questions why Southeast Asian nation states are struggling to adopt full-fledged liberal democracy and attempt Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
The ten countries of Southeast Asia are compared in terms of development of democratic processes. According to the authors--both well-informed specialists--Thailand has moved furthest toward democracy, and the Philippines has regained and Malaysia sustained semidemocratic status. This book questions why Southeast Asian nation states are struggling to adopt full-fledged liberal democracy and attempts to better understand the relationship between globalization and models of democracy. Country studies are covered mostly by native Southeast Asian scholars who analyse recent.
Furthermore, the values of Asia are in fundamental opposition to the Western concept of democracy and even if some social groups opt for democracy, the economic elites are likely to limit their appeal by curbing individual freedoms in order to secure national (economic) development. Thus, Southeast Asia and democracy seem to be two poles in an. Taking stock of the comparative experiences of the 11 countries in the region, this essay argues that Southeast Asia is characterized by the decoupling of governance and regime type: there is.
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Democracy And Development In Southeast Asia: The Winds Of Change 1st Edition by Clark Neher (Author), Ross Marlay (Author) ISBN Exploring the remarkable political and economic changes sweeping Southeast Asia, the authors take as their starting point the trend,albeit uneven,toward democratization.
They focus specifically on Asian democracy,'" a form that has been adapted by Southeast Asians to suit their own particular book begins by building a framework for understanding democracy in its Cited by: Exploring the remarkable political and Democracy and development in Southeast Asia book changes sweeping Southeast Asia, the authors take as their starting point the trend?albeit uneven?toward democratization.
They focus specifically on?Asian democracy,'. a form that has been adapted by Southeast Asians to suit their own particular book begins by building a framework for understanding democracy in its broadest : $ Democracy and development in southeast asia analyzes the dynamics of political change in the region, specifically, how and why these ten countries are, or are not, adopting features characteristic of Western-style liberal democracy.
In Asia the process has proceeded by fits and starts, as Asians search for political systems that can lead their nations to modernity while conserving the best features Cited by: Read "Democracy And Development In Southeast Asia The Winds Of Change" by Clark Neher available from Rakuten Kobo.
Exploring the remarkable political and economic changes sweeping Southeast Asia, the authors take as their starting poin Brand: Taylor And Francis. Exploring the remarkable political and economic changes sweeping Southeast Asia, the authors take as their starting point the trend - albeit uneven - toward democratization.
They focus specifically on "Asian democracy," a form that has been adapted by Southeast Asians to suit their own particular needs.
The book deals with the issues of democracy and development in major South Asian countries. In a comprehensive manner, it draws attention to various aspects like ethnicity, multiculturalism, authoritarianism, economic reforms, trade, armed rebellion, democracy.
The Charter also makes a reference to the need for ASEAN member states to adhere to democracy and to promote and protect human rights. This development raises important questions about the relationship between democracy and security in Southeast Asia. Can ASEAN promote democracy in the region.
Even if it can, should it. The notable contributors to Democratization and Identity introduce the experiences of East and Southeast Asia into the study of democratization in ethnically (including religiously) diverse societies.
Though Southeast Asia is often subject to episodic or country-focused accounts about whether democracy is rising or declining, the region has in. Synopsis First published inthis is the second of two volumes which will be of great value to scholars and students of politics in East and Southeast Asia.
The conference identified the following salient issues facing democracy in Southeast Asia today: 1. A paradigm shift is needed to overcome the perception that there is a trade-off between democracy and development.
A growing body of empirical evidence suggests that democracy and development are mutually reinforcing. Democracy And Development In Southeast Asia: The Winds Of Change (1st Edition) by Clark D. Neher, Ross Marlay Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast.
2 day shipping options Exploring the remarkable political and economic changes sweeping Southeast Asia, the authors take as. Description: Over the past two decades, book-length analyses of politics in Southeast Asia, like those addressing other parts of the developing world, have focused closely on democratic change, election events, and institution building.
But recently, democracy’s fortunes have ebbed in the region. Major challenges confronting democracy and development in South Asia—including the interface between multicultural identity, democracy and development in India; movement for the restoration of democracy in Pakistan; and the Maoist movement and its democratic accommodation in Nepal—are part of the detailed discussions in the book.
Democracy. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of regional studies of Southeast Asia, Democracy, Sociology, Politics and Globalization Studies. Keywords civil society sociology Laos Vietnam history democratic transition Malaysia Thailand Myanmar social class Singapore Cambodia Social Inequality Surveillance democracy globalization.
Democracy, Development and Discontent in South Asia comprises latest analysis of data by well known scholars in the field, clear conceptualization, and fresh theoretical organization and book would greatly interest students and academicians in the field of South Asian Studies, Pakistan Studies, International Relations.
The book includes both theoretical investigations tracing the modern development of the concepts of governance, development and democratization as well as regional and country-specific observations of major issues, presenting comprehensive country-level studies of China, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines, Myanmar, Fiji and the Solomon Islands.
How has economic development affected the process of democratization in Southeast and East Asia. the contributions in this volume represent one of the first efforts to answer this question from the vantage of the this book, scholars of Southeast and East Asian politics discuss the rise and fall, or stabilization and modification, of democracy amidst socio-economic changes and class.
Participation without Democracy places modes of participation (MOPs) front and centre, characterising regimes in terms of both the extent and the type of participation and contestation possible.
The book is explicitly oriented toward theory; hopefully the words “Southeast Asia” in the title will not deter readers focussed on other regions. These diachronic essays examine how engagement among Southeast Asians and between regional and outside actors have affected patterns of democracy, development, and international relations.
By looking back to understand the contemporary political and economic landscape of Southeast Asia, these essays shed light on how modern Southeast Asia has. Until recently, Sri Lanka, one of Asia’s oldest democracies, seemed safe from this kind of instability.
The country’s bloody civil war ended inand its election seemed to signal a new phase of liberalization. But democracy’s gains were less secure than they appeared. Sri Lanka is far from unique in South Asia in this respect.After previous periods of democratic advances in Southeast Asia, a range of developments in individual countries—including Myanmar’s troubled transition, rising authoritarianism in Thailand, and concerns about Indonesia’s democratic erosion—paired with broader trends such as a perceived global democratic rollback and intensifying U.S.-China regional competition, have coalesced to create a sense of what .