Howard J. Wiarda
Ninth Edition • July 18, 2017 • 528 pages
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An authoritative, comprehensive, and accessible introduction to Latin American government and political development written by recognized experts in the field.
Second Edition • July 1, 2006 • 272 pages
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This succinct overview of the political factors that condition social and economic development in Latin America is the perfect core text in courses on politics, government, social change, and transitions to democracy throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
First Edition • January 17, 2003 • 184 pages
Print: $43.00 USD/$56.50 CAD • Ebook: $25.99 USD/$28.99 CAD
Using case studies from sub-Saharan Africa, East Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, and including such critical countries as South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, and Egypt, Civil Society focuses on the processes and politics of dismantling “corporate” (state directed) economies and political systems in the Third World in…
Third Edition • March 29, 2002 • 264 pages
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As “must” reading for anyone interested in comparative politics, this text is designed to address the theoretical developments and approaches important to the comparative study of political systems today. These include: developmentalism, dependency theory, corporatism, state society relations, political economy, public policy analysis, indigenous theories of change, rational choice, and…