Table of contents for Politics in the developing world / edited by Peter Burnell and Vicky Randall.

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Introduction Peter Burnell & Vicky Randall
Part 1. Approaches and Global Context
1. Analytical Approaches to the Study of Politics in the Developing World, Vicky Randall
2. Colonialism and Post-Colonial Development, James Chiriyankandath
3. The Developing World in the Global Economy, Stephen Hobden
4. The Developing World in International Politics, Stephen Hobden
Part 2. Society and State
5. Inequality, Jenny Pearce
6. Ethnopolitics and Nationalism, James R. Scarritt
7. Religion, Jeff Haynes
8. Women and Gender, Kathleen Staudt
9. Civil Society, Marina Ottaway
10. "People Power" and "Alternative" Politics, Kurt Schock
Part 3. State and Society
11. Theorizing the State, Adrian Leftwich
12. State-Building, Brian Smith
13. State Collapse, Civil Conflict, and External Intervention, Martin Doornbos
14. Democratization, Peter Burnell
Part 4. Policy Issues
15. Development, Tony Addison
16. Goveranance and Conditionality in a Globalizing World, Peter Burnell
17. Environment, Peter Newell
18. Human Rights, Michael Freeman
19. Security, Nicole Jackson
Part 5. Case Studies: Experiences Compared
20. Disintegration or Nation-Building?
Indonesia: Coping with Fragmentation, Edward Aspinall
South Africa: From Divided Society to New Nation, Robert Schrire
21. Civil Society: Active or Passive?
India: Associational Life and Its Discontents, Rob Jenkins
Saudi Arabia: Between Tradition and Modernity, David Pool. Updated and amended by Peter Burnell and Vicky Randall
22. Military in Politics versus Democratic Advance
Pakistan: The Military as Political Fixture, David Taylor
Nigeria: Building Political Stability with Democracy, Stephen Wright
Mexico: Democratic Transition and Beyond, Andreas Schedler
23. Underdevelopment and Development
Guatemala: Enduring Underdevelopment, Rachel Sieder
South Korea: From Development to New Challenges, Peter Ferdinand

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Developing countries -- Politics and government.