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The Weakness of Civil Society in Post-Communist Europe (Hardcover)

Marc Morje Howard

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ISBN 10: 0521812232 / ISBN 13: 9780521812238
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Hardcover. Over a decade has passed since the collapse of communism, yet post-communist citizens are still far less likely to join voluntary organizations than people from other countrie.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 220 pages. 0.426. N° de ref. de la librería 9780521812238

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Título: The Weakness of Civil Society in ...

Año de publicación: 2003

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:New

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Focuses on the countries of post-communist Europe, with in-depth case studies of Eastern Germany and Russia whilst containing a broader cross-national comparison with findings from over 30 countries worldwide. It examines civil society and seeks to explain the distinctive pattern of weak civil society in the countries of post-communist Europe.

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'This book is a major achievement: a multi-method, cross-national study of civil society that demonstrates the decisive impact of Leninist rule on the post-communist world. After reading Marc Howard's book, I am convinced that the differences between the political experience of the post-communist countries of Europe and the post-authoritarian states of Latin America are not merely differences of degree but differences of kind. Howard's study will surely become a standard work for students of civil society and democracy.' Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto

'Marc Howard has presented the most systematic and convincing evidence to date that the Eastern European 'post-communist' countries, despite their seemingly diverse trajectories since the collapse of the Soviet bloc, continue to share deep and abiding cultural similarities rooted in their common experience of Leninist dictatorship. At the same time, he brings fresh insight to the age-old debate about the role of civil society in democratic consolidation. Anyone interested in the future of Europe in the 21st century should read this book.' Stephen Hanson, University of Washington

'In his superb study, Howard manages to link democratization studies, theorizing on civil society, and the debate on social capital. He blends quantitative and qualitative data into an end product that will be a 'must' for students of post-Communist Europe. A rare and enviable success.' Claus Offe, Humboldt, University zu Berlin

'A wonderful book! Marc Howard has taken a subject we all care about ... and written a major account of the problem. Drawing upon the systematic comparative evidence, including opinion polls and in-depth interviews ... Howard demonstrates that the quality of democracy in these states is directly related to their citizens' experiences under communist rule. Among these experiences, Howard emphasizes the previous regimes' systemic inability to provide needed social and economic goods and the corresponding centrality of personal connections in addressing these needs. Although Howard's predictions about the post-communist future are by no means gloomy, he stands out among many observers in concluding that citizens' membership in public organizations and their participation in civic life will not necessarily grow in lock step with the improvement of political and economic conditions. I found the argument to be completely convincing.' A. James McAdams, University of Notre Dame

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