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1. Introduction,, Christian W. Haerpfer, Ronald Inglehart, Christian Welzel, and Patrick Bernhagen
Theoretical and Historical Perspectives
2. Democratic and Undemocratic States,, Richard Rose
3. Measuring Democracy and Democratization,, Patrick Bernhagen
4. Long Waves and Conjunctures of Democratization,, Dirk Berg-Schlosser
5. The Global Wave of Democratization,, John Markoff (with Amy White)
6. Theories of Democratization,, Christian Welzel
Causes and Dimensions of Democratization
7. The International Context,, Hakan Yilmaz
8. Democracy, Business, and the Economy,, Patrick Bernhagen
9. Political Culture, Mass Beliefs, and Value Change,, Christian Welzel and Ronald F. Inglehart
10. Gender and Democratization,, Pamela Paxton
11. Social Capital and Civil Society,, Natalia Letki
Actors and Institutions
12. Social Movements, Trade Unions, and Advocacy Networks,
13. Conventional Citizen Participation,, Ian McAllister and Stephen White
14. Political Parties,, Leonardo Morlino
15. Electoral Systems and Institutional Design in New Democracies,, Matthijs Bogaards
16. The Media,, Katrin Voltmer and Gary Rawnsley
17. Failed Democratization,, Stephen Fish and Jason Wittenberg
Regions of Democratization
18. Southern Europe,, Richard Gunther
19. Latin America,, Andrea Oelsner and Mervyn Bain
20. Post-Communist Europe and Post-Soviet Russia,, Christian W. Haerpfer
21. The Middle East and North Africa,, Francesco Cavatorta
22. Sub-Saharan Africa,, Michael Bratton
23. East Asia,, Doh Chull Shin and Rollin F. Tusalem
24. Conclusions and Outlook: The Future of Democratization,, Christian W. Haerpfer, Patrick Bernhagen, Ronald F. Inglehart, and Christian Welzel

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