3 edition of Democratization and national identity in East Asia and Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Democratization and national identity in East Asia and Southeast Asia
Brown, David Dr.
1993 by Dept. of Political Science, National University of Singapore in Singapore .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-44).
|Series||Working papers,, no. 5, Working papers (National University of Singapore. Dept. of Political Science) ;, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1499.A91 B76 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||95948116|
The ten countries of Southeast Asia are compared in terms of development of democratic processes. According to the authors--both well-informed specialists--Thailand has moved furthest toward democracy, and the Philippines has regained and Malaysia sustained semidemocratic status. The other states in the region vary between partial and full-blown : Donald Zagoria. General Overviews. The debate on the democratization of the Muslim world took off soon after the end of the Cold War, as countries across the globe began to move away from authoritarian rule to embrace, often by default, the political system Western liberal democracies promoted. Australia in Southeast Asia: Regionalisation and Democracy. ebook. NNC resource. November 1, - - Erik Paul Australia’s place in the global economy is more than ever linked to Southeast Asia. The relationship has become more complex because of the eurasianization of the Australian continent and increased conflict between the.
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The notable contributors to Democratization and Identity introduce the experiences of East and Southeast Asia into the study of democratization in ethnically (including religiously) diverse societies. This collection suggests that the risk of ethnicized conflict, exclusion, or hierarchy during democratization depends in large part on the nature Format: Paperback.
Chapter 4 The Democratization of National Identity Chapter 5 Understanding Contending Nationalist Identities: Reading Ernest Gellner and Benedict Anderson from Taiwan Chapter 6 The Political Economy and Cultural Politics of Ethnic Conflict in Asia Part 7 Reflecting on East Asia Chapter 8 The Politics of Recognition in Contemporary Japan Chapter Pages: Table of Contents.
Part 1: Stunted Trajectories and Unhelpful Milieus acy’s Mixed Fortunes in Southeast Asia: Torpor, Change, and Tradeoffs William Case 2. Dead idea (still) walking: the legacy of the "Asian democracy and values" debate Mark R Thompson atization & Human Rights in Southeast Asia Sorpong Peou 4.
ASEAN, Regionalism and Democracy Mark Beeson and Kelly. Democratization and Identity suggests that the risk of ethnicized conflict, exclusion, or hierarchy during democratization depends in large part on the nature of the ethnic identities and relations constituted during authoritarian rule.
Careful examination of current developments in China, Korea, and Southeast Asia show a need for expansion of our understandings of democracy and democratization.
This book challenges traditional ways in which political regimes in local as well as national polities are conceived and labeled. Democratization in Southeast and East Asia / edited by Anek Laothamatas; Democratization and national identity in East Asia and Southeast Asia / David Brown; Democracy in East Asia / edited by Larry Diamond and Marc F.
Plattner; Democracy in East Asia: a new century / edited by Larry Diamond, Marc F. Plattner, and Yun-han Chu. How has economic development affected the process of democratization in Southeast and East Asia.
the contributions in this volume represent one of the first efforts to answer this question from the vantage of the this book, scholars of Southeast and East Asian politics discuss the rise and fall, or stabilization and modification, of democracy amidst socio-economic changes and class.
The conference identified the following salient issues facing democracy in Southeast Asia today: 1. A paradigm shift is needed to overcome the perception that there is a trade-off between democracy and development. A growing body of empirical evidence suggests that democracy and development are mutually reinforcing.
Despite historical difficulties, Southeast Asia has come a long way on the road to democratization. The Arab Spring that started in brought the world’s attention back to the diverse nature and processes of democratization, with more recent events in Thailand, Hong Kong and Indonesia putting the Asia-Pacific region under the spotlight of democratic : Jarno Lang.
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While observers of the state of democracy agree that democracy has been in decline in the recent years, its trajectory in the Southeast Asian region has at least shown mixed results.
Across the region. Chapter 4 The Democratization of National Identity Chapter 5 Understanding Contending Nationalist Identities: Reading Ernest Gellner and Benedict Anderson from Taiwan Chapter 6 The Political Economy and Cultural Politics of Ethnic Conflict in Asia Part 7 Reflecting on East Asia Chapter 8 The Politics of Recognition in Contemporary Japan Chapter.
Indonesia’s domestic turmoil casts a long shadow over regional stability and undermined the intra-mural solidarity of ASEAN. The issue of democratic change in Myanmar, and more generally, human rights and democratization in Southeast Asia, has polarized the once cohesive regional Size: KB.
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Providing various fascinating first-hand accounts of how citizens interpret and realize the recognition of their property, identity, security and welfare in the context of a weak rule of law and clientelistic politics, this study highlights the importance of. Democratization and identity; regimes and ethnicity in East and Southeast Asia.
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Southeast Asia, an economically dynamic and strategically vital region, seemed until recently to be transiting to more democratic politics. This progress has suddenly stalled or even gone into reverse, requiring that analysts seriously rethink their expectations and theorizing.
The Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Democratization provides the first book-length account of the reasons for.
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Cosmopolitan democracy and the national identity question in Europe and East Asia Article (PDF Available) in International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 2(1) March with Reads. Including contributions from East and Southeast Asia, this work is a study of democratization in ethnically diverse societies.
It suggests that the risk of ethnicized conflict, exclusion, or Read more. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Political regimes and ethnic identities in East and Southeast Asia: beyond the "Asian values" debate --Part I: Debating theories and concepts --Is democracy the "least bad" system for minority groups?/ Daniel A.
Bell --The democratization of national identity. Democracy isn’t receding in Southeast Asia, authoritarianism is enduring 4 November Author: Thomas Pepinsky, Cornell University. Many observers of the state of democracy around the world fear that democracy is in decline.
The view from Southeast Asia bolsters such fears. Confucianism and Democratization in East Asia: Reassessing the Asian Values Debate Today, East Asia represents a region of democratic underdevelopment.
More than three decades after the third wave of democratization began to spread from Southern Europe, much less than half the countries (six of sixteen) in the region meet the minimum criteria.
Electoral Politics in Southeast and East Asia For the most part, the long history of elections in Southeast and East Asia is a history of electoral ritualism, electoral anomalies and abuse.
From a comparative perspective, we can identify three instrumental variants of elections in the region’s past: Size: KB. Do authoritarian regimes manage ethnic pluralism better than democracies. Is the process of democratization itself destructive of inter-ethnic accomodation.
The notable contributors to Democratization and Identity explore and challenge such arguments as they introduce the experiences of East and Southeast Asia into the study of democratization in ethnically (including religiously). Southeast Asia is one of the most diverse regions in the world.
hosting a wide range of languages, ethnicities, religions, economies, ecosystems and political systems. Amidst this diversity, however, has been a common desire to develop. This provides a uniting theme across landscapes of difference.
Democracy in East Asia offers a comprehensive treatment of the political landscape in both Northeast and Southeast Asia, including discussions of China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and Burma (Myanmar).
Southeast Asia is home to a vibrant and active civil society that we work closely with through initiatives like the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative.
Countries like Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia have some of the most vibrant and diverse civil society organizations in. Language and National Identity in Asia is a comprehensive introduction to the role of language in the construction and development of nations and national identities in Asia.
Leading scholars from all over the world investigate the role languages have played and now play in the formation of the national and social identity in countries throughout South, East, and Southeast Asia. Democratization in Southeast Asia the hardliners.
Vietnam was one of the few nations to condemn Poland's change of government and praise China's crushing of its democracy move-ment. President Nguyen Van Linh stated that the party rejected calls for "bourgeois liberalization," pluralism, and multi-opposition parties aimed at.
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Overview. Since the late s, Southeast Asia's democratization has stalled and, in some of the region's most economically and strategically important nations, gone into reverse. societies. Southeast Asian nations are well known for being “plural societies” with a high degree of ethnic and religious heterogeneity (Furnivall ).
For various regimes and ruling elites in those nations, the accommodation of various collective identities to build a common national identity, modern nationhood, and citizenry hasFile Size: KB. Modernization theory advances a simple model of progressive, linear development.
All nations and political systems follow a particular trajectory of growth (from traditional to modern, backwards Author: Steven Denney.
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After nearly two decades of progress, democracy is now in retreat in Southeast Asia according to a new report by the Council on Foreign Relations.
The working paper, written by Author: Zachary Keck. Read "Globalization and Democracy in Southeast Asia Challenges, Responses and Alternative Futures" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book questions why Southeast Asian nation states are struggling to adopt full-fledged liberal democracy and attempt Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.Professor Sidel is a member of the editorial board of the journals Asian Politics and Policy, Asian Survey, Indonesia and the Malay World, Pacific Affairs, and South East Asia Research, and the co-editor of the Contemporary Issues in the Asia Pacific book series at Stanford University Press.
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