Encyclopedia of Government and Politics - Vol. 1

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

Volume I

EDITED BY

Mary Hawkesworth and Maurice Kogan

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Publishing Staff vi
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xxx
  • Part I - Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Science of Politics and the Politics of Science 5
  • Part II - Political Theory: Central Concepts 41
  • 2 - Conceptions of the State 43
  • Further Reading 55
  • 3 - Conceptions of Power 56
  • 4 - Conceptions of Law 70
  • 5 - Conceptions of Justice 80
  • 6 - Conceptions of Human Nature 103
  • 7 - Conceptions of Legitimacy 116
  • Part III - Contemporary Ideologies 127
  • 8 - Liberalism 129
  • 9 - Conservatism 139
  • 10 - Marxism 155
  • 11 - Fascism 167
  • Further Reading 178
  • 12 - Fundamentalism 179
  • Part IV - Contemporary Political Systems 193
  • 13 - Liberal Democracies 195
  • 14 - Communist and Post-Communist Systems 215
  • 15 - Contemporary Authoritarian Regimes 229
  • 16 - Military Dictatorships 247
  • Part V - Political Institutions 265
  • 17 - Executives 267
  • 18 - Legislatures 279
  • 19 - Courts 293
  • 20 - Bureaucracies 304
  • Further Reading 315
  • 21 - Intergovernmental Relations: Unitary Systems 316
  • 22 - Intergovernmental Relations: Federal Systems 336
  • Part VI - Political Forces and Political Processes 353
  • 23 - Personality and Politics 355
  • Bibliography 373
  • 24 - Interest Groups 377
  • 25 - Political Parties 393
  • 26 - Campaigns and Elections 413
  • 27 - Political Participation and Voting Behaviour 428
  • 28 - Political Socialization 443
  • 29 - Political Communication 471
  • References 485
  • 30 - Recruitment of Elites 486
  • Part VII - Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces in the Nation-State 505
  • 31 - Political Cultures 507
  • Further Reading 519
  • 32 - Religion and Politics 521
  • 33 - Race and Politics 534
  • Further Reading 554
  • 34 - Class and Politics 555
  • 35 - Ethnicity and Politics 568
  • References 584
  • 36 - Language and Politics 587
  • 37 - Gender and Politics 603
  • Further Reading 614
  • 38 - Development 616
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