Issues in Comparative Politics: Selections from CQ Researcher

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CQ Press, 7 Okt 2011 - 496 halaman
Does democracy mean greater accountability and less corruption? Is press freedom a prerequisite for economic development? Should religious fundamentalists have a greater voice in government?

Comparative politics students will benefit from CQ Researcher's award-winning, non-partisan reporting that looks at today's most important problems, ranging from democratization and regime change to policies on immigration, welfare, and religion. Each essay identifies key players, explores what's at stake, and shows how past and current developments impact the future. Reports include maps, charts, a chronology, and a yes/no feature box.

 

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Chapter 1 Turmoil in the Arab World
1
Chapter 2 Democracy in Southeast Asia
31
Chapter 3 SubSaharan Democracy
59
Chapter 4 Press Freedom
89
Chapter 5 Separatist Movements
117
Chapter 6 Gay Rights
153
Chapter 7 Rapid Urbanization
181
Chapter 8 Brazil on the Rise
211
Chapter 10 Future of the Euro
271
Chapter 11 Evaluating Microfinance
299
Chapter 12 Religious Fundamentalism
327
Chapter 13 Europes Immigration Turmoil
361
Chapter 14 Honor Killings
397
Chapter 15 Social Welfare in Europe
425
Chapter 16 The Graying Planet
453
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Chapter 9 India Rising
243

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CQ Researcher is the choice of librarians, researchers, and students seeking original, comprehensive reporting and analysis on the most vital issues shaping our world. Each weekly report offers in-depth, unbiased coverage of a single topic. Written by CQ Press's staff of experienced reporters, these reports provide up-to-date information on a wide range of social, economic, political, environmental, and international issues.

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