7 edition of Modernization and bureaucratic-authoritarianism found in the catalog.
by Institute of International Studies, University of California in Berkeley
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 201-219.
|Statement||[by] Guillermo A. O"Donnell.|
|Series||Politics of modernization series,, no. 9|
|LC Classifications||JL2031 .O36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 219 p.|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||73620029|
OVERVIEW OF THE BUREAUCRATIC-AUTHORITARIAN MODEL D. Collier In D. Collier (ed.) The New Authoritarianism A Summary In a Nutshell Modernisation theory in development literature suggested that socio-economic modernization and democracy go hand in hand, this is why the conversion to authoritarianism in LA proposed such a challenge to academics. First published in , Modernization and Bureaucratic Authoritarianism was a seminal work in understanding the origins of modern authoritarianism in Latin America. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Guillermo recognized that this was a new kind of authoritarian rule.
Modernization and Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism (University of California Press, ) Stay Up-To-Date with the Latest News from the Kellogg Institute Email Address *. Essay # 2. Concept of Development Administration: Development administration as a concept is a by-product of the comparative study of public administration in developing countries which are making efforts to attain self-generated economic growth.. The term is of recent origin. It was first coined by U.L. Goswami in , but the formal recognition to it was given when the Comparative.
O'Donnell's Modernization and Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism () offered a pioneering analysis of the breakdown of democracies in South America in the s that challenged the prevailing modernization theory and emphasized the political conflicts generated by an import-substitution model of industrialization. To capture the distinctiveness. O'Donnell's first book, Modernization and Bureaucratic-Authori-tarianism, modernizing authoritarian regimes wisdom in political science, which had posited that modernization would lead to the emergence of democratic political regimes, and argued that under conditions of late development, modernization could generate pressures for authoritarianism.
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By Guillermo A. O'Donnell. Politics of Modernization Series, No. (Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, University of California, Pp. $, paper.) - Volume 70 Issue 3 - Thomas C. BruneauAuthor: Thomas C. Bruneau.
Home; All editions; This edition;English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Modernization and bureaucratic-authoritarianism: studies in South. The rise of bureaucratic authoritarianism seemed to contradict theories that socioeconomic modernization was supportive of democracy.
Rather, modernization appeared to intensify certain types of economic problems and the popular classes’ capacity to resist an important spectrum of proposed solutions to these problems. Some could argue that it was pure coincidence that Modernization and Bureaucratic Authoritarianism (/a) was published in exactly the same year () as the military coups in Chile and Uruguay, which boosted attention for the book.
However, it was more likely that it was O'Donnell's finesse which allowed him to foresee already in the Cited by: 2. In his seminal book Political Order in Changing Societies, Huntington took issue with the theory's relatively unproblematic picture of social change. He argued that modernization theorists were right in seeing economic development as unleashing profound social changes but wrong in assuming those changes would necessarily be benign or by: 3.
This book demonstrates that people's basic values and beliefs are changing, in ways that affect their political, sexual, economic, and religious behaviour. These changes are roughly predictable: to a large extent, they can be interpreted on the basis of a revised version of modernisation theory presented by: Modernization and bureaucratic-authoritarianism studies in South American politics by Guillermo A.
O'Donnell. Published by Institute of International Studies, University of California in Berkeley. Written in EnglishCited by: The rise of bureaucratic authoritarianism seemed to contradict theories that socioeconomic modernization was supportive of democracy.
Rather, modernization appeared. modernization and bureaucratic-authoritarianism O'Donnell's book dealt only parenthetically with the problem of explaining variations in the impact, performance, and degrees of con.
Modernization and Bureaucratic Authoritarianism: Studies in South American Politics. Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, University of California. The New Authoritarianism in Latin America. Bureaucratic Authoritarianism: This book presents the findings of an empirical investigation into the political and economic processes in Argentina between June and March ).
Published in English as Modernization and Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism (Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, University of California at.
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O’Donnell’s Modernization and Bureaucratic Authoritarianism () offered a pioneering analysis of the breakdown of democracies in South America in the s. He argued that the form of authoritarianism experienced by South America starting in the s was novel because it was based on modern technocrats and a professionalized military.
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MARK J. GASIOROWSKI. Modernization and bureaucratic-authoritarianism: Studies in South American by: The text he started to work on at Yale was published as Modernization and Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism (),  a book that immediately drew a lot of attention and led to a seminal debate about Latin American politics in David Collier's edited volume, The New Authoritarianism in.
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Published: ().Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: O'Donnell, Guillermo A. Modernization and bureaucratic-authoritarianism. Berkeley, Institute of International Studies, University of California .Beginning with a historiographic overview, the editors emphasize the origins, evolution, and historical context of the development of each theoretical school (modernization, dependency and Marxism, corporatism, and bureaucratic authoritarianism) and then present key selections drawn from the writings of major theorists, organized by by: