Wejnert, Barbara 2002d. “Integration of the Processes and Components of Transition to Democracy.” Pp. 3 – 26 in Transition to Democracy in Eastern Europe and Russia: Impact on Politics, Economy and Culture, edited by Wejnert, Barbara. Westport, CT: Greenwood. Google Scholar. Barbara Wejnert. 2014. Diffusion off Democracy, Democracy’s Goals and Ukrainian Future. Studia Społeczne 2/2014, p. 95-100. The Past and Future of Global Democracy - Volume 13 Issue 2. Diffusion, Development, and Democracy, I800-I999 Barbara Wejnert Cornell University While a trend ofgrowth in democratization over the past two centuries has been generally observed, it is the remarkable growth in the democratization of the world over the past 30 years that has truly captured the imagination of social scientists. Sep 19, 2015 · Critical Dialogue between Kurt Weyland and Barbara Wejnert on two books Making Waves: Democratic Contention in Europe and Latin America since the Revolution of 1848 by K. Weyland, and B. Wejnert Diffusion of Democracy: Past and Future of Global Democracy. 2014. Wejnert, B. 2014. Diffusion of Democracy, Democracy’s Goals and Ukrainian Future. 978-1-107-04711-2 - Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy Barbara Wejnert Frontmatter More information. Wejnert, Barbara. Diffusion of democracy: the past and future of global democracy / Barbara Wejnert. pages cm ISBN 978-1-107-04711-2 Hardback 1. Democracy.
Wejnert, Barbara. 2014. Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Weyland, Kurt. 2009. The Diffusion of Revolution: “1848” in Europe and Latin America. International Organization 63 3: 391. Apr 10, 2014 · "Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy" Cambridge University Press, 2014, by well-known political sociologist Barbara Wejnert.
Barbara Wejnert is an internationally-known and award-winning political sociologist whose prized interdisciplinary research has been published in 10 books and more than 70 journal articles. Her latest book, “Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy,” analyzes how democracy spread to 177 nations over the past two centuries. Apr 07, 2019 · Wejnert, B. 2005. “Diffusion, Development, and Democracy, 1800-1999.” American Sociological Review 70 1: 53–81. Wejnert, B. 2014. Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy. New York: Cambridge University Press. Wu, C. 2015. “Dance with the Dragon: Closer Economic Integration with China and Deteriorating Democracy. Lee "Diffusion of Democracy The Past and Future of Global Democracy" por Barbara Wejnert disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book explores the course and causes of the worldwide diffusion of democracy through an assessment of the political.
Diffusion of Democracy The Past and Future of Global Democracy by Barbara Wejnert 400 Pages, Published 2014 by Cambridge University Press ISBN-13: 978-1-107-72974-2, ISBN: 1-107-72974-2 Safe Motherhood in a Globalized World by Barba r a Wejnert, Suzanne K. Steinmetz, Nirupama Prakash 288 Pages, Published 2013 by Routledge ISBN-13: 978-1-317. Representatives of ‚diffusion theory’ have further showed that the growing number of democracies has exerted a positive influence on the ‚waves of democratization’ in the 20th century and has therefore facilitated democracy’s ascent as the dominant form of government Glenditsch/Ward 2006; Wejnert. Nov 13, 2015 · Wejnert, B. 2015, "Turning Globalization and the Diffusion of Democracy into Opportunities for Women and Girls", Enabling Gender Equality: Future Generations of the Global World Research in Political Sociology, Vol. 23, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 3-27.
“Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy” Cambridge University Press, 2014, by well-known political sociologist Barbara Wejnert of the University at Buffalo, is the result of her analysis of a wide range of data related to democratization from 167 nations on five continents from 1800 to 2005. "Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy", by Barbara Wejnert. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2016. "Force and Contention in Contemporary China: Memory and Resistance in the Long Shadow of the Catastrophic Past", by Ralph A. Thaxton, Jr. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2016. "Where Did the Revolution Go? "Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy" Cambridge University Press, 2014, by well-known political sociologist Barbara Wejnert of the University at Buffalo, is the result.
This paper assesses the effects of the growth of democracy on various measures of well-being in transition economies throughout the world and in post-communist countries over the past three decades. The results suggest that the effects of democratization on quality of life differ across gender. Specifically, while democracy has positive effects overall, the quality of life for women declines. Wejnert, Barbara 2014: Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar. interest in adoption of democracy if the democracy models were not institutional-ized. Therefore, as argued by Wejnert 2002, institutionalization, complemented by other mechanisms of diffusion, is rather critical to the diffusion of democracy. As these and other studies suggest, the. Part I: Gender Challenges in the Global System Turning Globalization and the Diffusion of Democracy into Opportunities for Women and Girls Women’s Portrait through Gender Lenses.
We examine the influence of an interstate network created by intergovernmental organizations IGOs on the global diffusion of democracy. We propose that IGOs facilitate democracy’s diffusion by transmitting information between member states and by interpreting that information according to prevailing norms in the world society, where democracy is viewed as the legitimate form of government. One of the most rigorous and widely used measures of democracy in cross-national, quantitative research -in the "polity" data sets- acknowledge civil liberties as a major component of democracy but, because of the paucity of data, does not incorporate them. ^ Barbara Wejnert. Diffusion of Democracy: The Past and Future of Global Democracy. This article uses Polity IV data to probe system dynamics for studies of the global diffusion of democracy from 1800 to 2000. By analogy with the Bass model of diffusion of innovations, as translated into system dynamics by Sterman, the dynamic explanation proposed focuses on transitions to democracy, soft power, and communication rates on a global level. Turkey is still the best example of a Muslim democracy, but Turkish democracy is strongly guided by the secularist armed forces, which makes the democratic character of the regime dubious. Moreover, even though Atatürk began the process of secularization in the 1920s, its success is still in doubt at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Pris: 1239 kr. Inbunden, 2015. Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar. Köp Enabling Gender Equality av Barbara Wejnert, Eunice Rodriguez på. L'ouvrage de B. Wejnert s'inscrit explicite ment dans le débat sur le futur de la démocratie, 1. À propos de Barbara Wejnert, Diffusion of Democracy. The Past and Future of Global Democracy, New York, Cambridge University Press, 2014, XIV352 p., figures, annexes, bibliographie, index; et. Dec 13, 2007 · Summary View help for Summary. To serve the scholarly community's growing interest in the process of democratization in the world over the past 200 years, this data collection consists of a compiled database that assesses 187 20 historical and 167.
The democratization literature has noted that domestic factors that were seen as necessary for democracy faded in models where diffusion variables were included for example, Wejnert 2005:73. Similarly, the relevance of factors from H1 to H6, whether they represented the levels or changes of the variables, faded with the inclusion of variables. Finally, information democracy—its concept, theory and practice—needs to theorize and account for the rise of the information utility and dangers of monopoly in a networked global economy. Acknowledgement: This is a short version of a larger paper that appears as ‘The Political Economy Of Informational Democracy’ in Cushla Kapitzke. About Women’s Bridge. Women’s Bridge WBR is formed as a result of conducted multi-year research on democracy’s diffusion and on global development that provided an introduction to the life and often tragic world women live in. The goal of Women’s Bridge is, on one hand, to provide support for building women’s solidarity, mutual help and unity in order to improve they economic. While previous quantitative studies of democracy diffusion have conflated the outcome of diffusion democracy and the venue of diffusion protest e.g., Brinks and Coppedge 2006; Gleditsch and Ward 2008; for more elaboration on this confusion, see Elkins and Simmons , we disentangle these two in our study for the first time. Key Findings: The Future of Democracy in the Digital Age Half of tech experts surveyed predict that humans’ use of technology will weaken democracy between now and 2030 due to the speed and scope of reality distortion, the decline of journalism and the impact of surveillance capitalism.
In political science, democratic backsliding, also known as democratic erosion or de-democratization, is a gradual decline in the quality of democracy. This decline is caused by the state-led weakening of political institutions that sustain the democratic system. These essential components of democracy can be threatened in different ways.
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