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Political System and Change: A World Politics Reader
by Ikuo Kabashima (Editor), Lynn T. White, III (Editor)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0691022445, Paperback)The journal World Politics, published for Princeton's Center of International Studies by Princeton University Press, has been a major forum for refining the "systems" or "functional" approach to political change-and for challenges to that approach, and for essays that compare it with alternatives such as culturalist or dependency theories. Political System and Change includes articles on the analytic categories political scientists have developed for understanding the Third World. Many essays in this anthology are concise summaries of later books that are now famous landmarks in the study of comparative politics. PART I: INTRODUCTION LYNN T. WHITE III and IKUO KABASHIMA, "Systematic Definitions for Development Politics" PART II: POLITICAL SYSTEM: DEFINITIONS AND FUNCTIONS DAVID EASTON, "An Approach to the Analysis of Political Systems" (1957) GABRIEL A. ALMOND, "A Developmental Approach to Political Systems" (1965) J. ROLAND PENNOCK, "Political Development, Political Systems, and Political Goods" (1966) PART III: POLITICAL ORDER SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON, "Political Development and Political Decay" 1965) TED GURR, "Psychological Factors in Civil Violence" 1968) ROBERT D. PUTNAM, "Toward Explaining Military Intervention in Latin American Politics" (1967) PART IV: CHALLENGES AND CHANGES CLAUDE AKE, "Modernization and Political Instability: A Theoretical Exploration" (1974) C. S. WHITAKER, JR., "A Dysrhythmic Process of Political Change (1967) HOWARD J. WIARDA, "Toward a Framework for the Study of Political Change in the Iberic-Latin Tradition: The Corporative Model" (1973) IKUO KABASHIMA, "Supportive Participation with Economic Growth: The Case of Japan" (1984) PART V: AGENDA FOR FUTURE STUDY HARRY ECKSTEIN, "The Idea of Political Development: From Dignity to Efficiency" (1982) TONY SMITH, "Requiem or New Agenda for Third World Studies?" Ikuo Kabashima is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Institute of Socio-Economic Planning, University of Tsukuba, Japan. Lynn T. White III is Associate Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University.
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