Table of contents for Negotiated revolutions : the Czech Republic, South Africa, and Chile / by George Lawson.

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Contents
List of Tables							 vi Preface and Acknowledgements					 vii
Abbreviations							 x
Introduction: The Two Faces of Revolution			 1	The theme park worlds of International Relations and sociology	4
																	
1 Towards an International Sociology				10 
	Three stages of historical sociology					11
	A theory of the middle ground					19	Conceptualizing power relations					40
	Towards an International Sociology					44
					
2 	Studying Revolutions						46 	Three generations in studying revolutions			 47 	Theories of revolution					 53 	A fourth-generation approach			 70
	The litmus test						 75									
3 	A Story of Memory over Forgetting: The Czech Republic 	77
Negotiated revolution						79
Revolutionary transformation					91
Conclusion						 120				
4 	The Longest Walk: South Africa				 121
Negotiated revolution					 122
Revolutionary transformation				 144
Conclusion						 174				
5	Por la Razón o la Fuerza: Chile				 176
 Negotiated revolution?					 177	Revolution transformation?				 199	Conclusion						 224				
6 	Negotiated Revolutions					 225
Homogeneity and difference				 225
Whither revolution?					 235				
Bibliography							 237
Index								 267

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Revolutions -- Social aspects.
Revolutions -- Czech Republic.
Revolutions -- South Africa.
Revolutions -- Chile.
Social history -- 20th century.
Historical sociology.