Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe - Vol. 1

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Oxford Studies in Democratization

Series editor: Laurence Whitehead

Oxford Studies in Democratization is a series for scholars and students of comparative politics and related disciplines. Volumes will concentrate on the comparative study of the democratization processes that accompanied the decline and termination of the cold war. The geographical focus of the series will primarily be Latin America, the Caribbean, Southern and Eastern Europe, and relevant experiences in Africa and Asia.

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Rethinking Participation and Representation
Douglas A. Chalmers, Carlos M. Vilas,
Katherine Roberts Hite,
Scott B. Martin, Kerianne Piester,
and Monique Segarra
Human Rights and Democratization in Latin America:
Uruguay and Chile
Alexandra Barahona de Brito
Regimes, Politics, and Markets: Democratization
and Economic Change in Southern and Eastern Europe
José María Maravall
Democracy Between Consolidation and Crisis in Southern Europe
Leonardo Morlino
The Bases of Party Competition in Eastern Europe:
Social and Ideological Cleavages in Post Communist States
Geoffrey Evans and Stephen Whitefield
The International Dimensions of Democratization:
Europe and the Americas
Laurence Whitehead
Citizenship Rights and Social Movements:
A Comparative and Statistical Analysis
Joe Foweraker and Landman

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