TitleRethinking Third World politics / edited by James Manor
Imprint London : Longman, 1991
Descript viii, 283 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

CONTENT

Introduction -- Part One : Conceptualising Third World politics -- The three-dimensional state -- 'Waiting for a text?': comparing Third World politics -- Finishing with the idea of the Third World: the concept of the political trajectory -- On state, society and discourse in India -- Political democratisation in Latin America and the crisis of paradigms -- Part Two : The theatrical and imaginary dimensions of politics -- Political institutions, discourse and imagination in China at Tiananmen -- The show of state in a neo-colonial twilight: Francophone Africa -- Power and obscenity in the post-colonial perido: the case of Cameroon -- Part Three : Political institutions and state-society relations -- The historical trajectories of the Ivorian and Kenyan states -- State, society and political institutions in Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana -- State, society and political institutions in revolutionary Ethiopia -- Successful economic development and political change in Taiwan and South Korea


Developng countries -- Politics and government

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