Political Mobilization: A Sociological Analysis of Methods and Concepts

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Abboud, General (Sudan), period of rule of, 282
Abstract sense of 'subsystem', 28
Acculturation and commitment differentiated, 59-60
Adenauer, Chancellor, post-1948 Germany of, 74
Administration: and bureaucracy, see Bureaucracy; background to modern science of, 364seqq.; and underdevelopment, 212seqq.
African boundary conflicts, as 'manufactured', 255
Algeria, 207; alliances in, ousting VDMA, 223; arbitrary boundaries drawn for, 255; at earliest 'inheritance' stage, 297-8; cleavage mobilization structures lacking in, 306; constitution of, based on Fifth Republic, 210; economic sabotage used in, 238 ; effects of coups in, 276 (coup against Ben Bella, 1965, 298); relations of with Moscow, 254, 258 n., 276; works on recent developments in, 298 n.
Amazonas province (Brazil), recent attempt to integrate, 67
Anarchism and institutions, 101
Anomie, 248 n.
Anti-Vivisection League (and similar organizations), effect of as attitude group, 172
Apathy, political, 155, 159 and notes
Arab Middle East, background (recommended constitutional mobilization) and emerging elitism, 292; see adso Egypt, Nasser and associated themes
Arab Socialist Union of 1962 (Egypt), 227 n.
Arabs in Israel, 255
Aref (Iraq), overthrow of President in 1964,285
Argentine: as 'developed' country rated as 'developing', 34; role of military bureaucracy in, 363-4
Aristotelian view of voting systems, 152
Armand, Louis, as technocratic presidential nominee (France), 188 n.
Ashanti, 'consummatory' socio-political culture of, 75 n.-76 n.
Ataturk, see Kemal Ataturk
Atimia and philotima, 204 n., 274 n.
Atomic deterrent, as internal prestige issue, 99 n.
Attitude groups, pressure groups, 172-4
Authority (see also Political authority): as core concept, 57-67, 132; building of, having primacy over interest articulation, 164; concept of for Third World, 142seqq., 191, 198-9, 204 seqq.; institutionalization of, 78-83; legitimation of, and the 'alternative' vote, 281; see Legitimation ; nature and origin of 'sovereignty', 133-9, 164, 165 ; in the Soviet Union, 146, and see Soviet Union
Awolowo, Chief, cf. Pétain, as 'role‐ playing symbols', 120
Ayub Khan, General (Pakistan), 120, 185; elections as authority legitimation for, 280-1; military bureaucracy of, 264; role of, as arbiter 'above' party, 289, 292
Ba'ath socialism (Iraq, Syria), 226, 285; staking claim to legitimacy, 313

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