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by Lee Hock Guan

  • ISBN: 9812302581
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Lee Hock Guan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,Singapore (December 31, 2004)
  • Pages: 276
  • ePub book: 1923 kb
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Ageing in Southeast and East Asia: Family, Social Protection, Policy Challenges.

Ageing in Southeast and East Asia: Family, Social Protection, Policy Challenges.

The concept of civil society has gained global popularity since its rediscovery by. .Civil Society in Southeast Asia.

The concept of civil society has gained global popularity since its rediscovery by scholar-activists in Eastern Europe and Latin America in the 1970s that preceded the varying forms of democratization in the 1980s. A great many became enthusiastic proponents of civil society as it was deemed crucial for improving the quality of governance, strengthening people power, enabling development, and - above all - promoting democratization and strengthening democracy. Online ISBN: 9789812306210. Your name Please enter your name.

The experience of civil society in Southeast Asia shows that its impact - or lack of impact - on democratization and democracy depends on a variety of factors not only within civil society itself, but also within the state. Co-publication: ISEAS, NIAS. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies. – 1. Introduction: Civil Society in Southeast Asia, by Lee Hock Guan, author.

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In book: Contemporary Southeast Asia, p. 25-142. Cite this publication . The nature of civil society is transformed by a strong military presence, which occurs in the Asia-Pacific region. While modern civil society survives under military rule through co-optation, veiled resistance or geography, traditional organisations may continue to threaten the state's dominance of political society. This article examines the nature of civil society in two countries in the Asia-Pacific that have recently emerged from direct military rule-Burma and Fiji.

Paperback: 276 pages. Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (31 December 2004). ISBN-13: 978-9812302571.

In this book, prominent Malaysian specialists and experts will provide the reader with fresh insights into the evolving character of electoral politics by delving into its failing model of consociationalism, the extent o.

In this book, prominent Malaysian specialists and experts will provide the reader with fresh insights into the evolving character of electoral politics by delving into its failing model of consociationalism, the extent of malapportionment in the electoral system and its effects on outcomes, how 'new politics' continue to meet the resistance of old modes of political behaviour, the path-dependence analysis of.

Civil Society in Southeast Asia. Preliminary pages 1. Introduction: Civil Society in Southeast Asia by Lee Hock Guan 2. Islam, Constitutional Democracy, and the Islamic State in Malaysia by Patricia A Martinez 3. Cracks in the Wal. More).