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Author Bridoux, Jeff, author

Title Democracy promotion : a critical introduction / Jeff Bridoux and Milja Kurki
Published Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2014
Table of Contents
 List of acronymsxii
 Prefacexiii
 Acknowledgementsxiv
 Introduction: why study democracy promotion today?1
1.Critical theory and democracy promotion10
2.Who does democracy promotion and how?21
3.Is democracy promotion about defence of values or about the safeguarding of interests?35
4.Is democracy promotion regime change?48
5.Is democracy promotion context-sensitive?65
6.Is democracy promotion limited to achieving political reform or does it aim to advance liberal economic reform?75
7.Is democracy promotion reflective of and constructive of ̀hegemonic' power relations?86
 Conclusions: rethinking democracy promotion100
 Appendix: Online resources on democracy promotion111
 Bibliography117
 Index127
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Description 1 online resource (134 pages .)
Series Interventions
Interventions (Routledge (Firm))
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Democracy.
Democratization.
Political culture.
Form Electronic book
Author Kurki, Milja, author
ISBN 0203796519 (e-book)
0415857791 (Cloth)
1135140952 (electronic bk.)
1306482240 (MyiLibrary)
9780203796511 (e-book)
9780415857796 (Cloth)
9781135140953 (electronic bk.)
9781306482240 (MyiLibrary)