25 February 2004 (6,792 words) Abstract25 February 2004 (6,792 words) Abstract
We find a simple yet surprising relationship: a positive correlation between the availability of television, and the emergence and consolidation of democracy. The more tv sets there are in a country
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Chapter 15 Economic and Environmental Policy: Contributing to Prosperity Chapter OutlineChapter 15 Economic and Environmental Policy: Contributing to Prosperity Chapter Outline
Describe the role of the government as a regulator, including the theoretical basis of the free-market economy and its proscribed level of government intervention
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Strauss/ 1curriculum vitae john strauss home Address Office AddressStrauss/ 1curriculum vitae john strauss home Address Office Address
Present-Professor, Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California
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Varieties of DemocracyVarieties of Democracy
Countries? For sure, there is not a single common democratic trajectory in the continent; but neither is each country absolutely unique
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The Czech Multipartism in the Late 1990s Some Remarks Maxmilián StrmiskaThe Czech Multipartism in the Late 1990s Some Remarks Maxmilián Strmiska
Ssd which from a minor party with a limited parliamentary representation became one of the two major poles of the Czech party and political landscape
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School of International Relations Junior Honour Modules 2016-2017School of International Relations Junior Honour Modules 2016-2017
The module will examine the importance of multinational corporations in the world trading system, and will then go on to look at relations between North and South
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Humanities 151. U01 M 5: 00-7: 50 hlg 201 Ian Kinsella Humanities 151. 001 Mwf 9: 00-9: 50 hlg 201 Ian Kinsella Humanities 151. 002Humanities 151. U01 M 5: 00-7: 50 hlg 201 Ian Kinsella Humanities 151. 001 Mwf 9: 00-9: 50 hlg 201 Ian Kinsella Humanities 151. 002
The Cretan Labyrinth and hybrid monster are the stuff of myth—a rousing good story, and one seemingly embodied with endless, unfathomable meanings elemental to the body of human ideology: myth, religion, philosophy, psychology, art
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Hikita a survey of Japanese researches on Japan’s Colonialism in AsiaHikita a survey of Japanese researches on Japan’s Colonialism in Asia
International workshop 'The Economic (Dis)integration in East and Southeast Asia, 1920s-1960s'
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Chapter 11 Learning to Lose, Learning to Win: Government and Opposition in South Africa’s Transition to Democracy Antoinette Handley Christina Murray Richard SimeonChapter 11 Learning to Lose, Learning to Win: Government and Opposition in South Africa’s Transition to Democracy Antoinette Handley Christina Murray Richard Simeon
In our exploration of the South African case, we examine both sides of the coin. We argue that learning to lose and learning to win are complementary and reinforcing phenomena
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