J - Political Science Acquisitions during March 2019
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日本植民地研究の論点 / 日本植民地研究会編
Tōkyō : Iwanami Shoten, 2018
Baker Berry Japan JV5218 .N533 2018
탈사회주의 체제 전환 과 북한 의 미래 / 지은이 김 병로 [and seven others]
Kyŏnggi-do Kwach'ŏn-si : Chininjin, 2018
1. Asia, Tong Yurŏp t'al sahoejuŭi ch'eje chŏnhwan kukkadŭl ŭi minjuhwa wa chŏngdang kudo pyŏnhwan / Chin Sŭng-gwŏn -- 2. T'alsahoejuŭi ch'eje chŏnhwan kwa kundae / Kim Pyŏng-jo -- 3. T'alsahoejuŭi ch'eje chŏnhwan kwa sijang kyŏngje kŏnsŏl / Kim Pyŏng-no -- 4. T'alsahoejuŭi ch'eje chŏnhwan kwa sahoe pyŏnhwa / Cho Han-bŏm -- 5. T'alsahoejuŭi kaehyŏk kaebang ŭi kongganjŏk chinghu / Chŏn Sang-in, Kim Mi-yŏng.
Baker Berry Korea JC474 .T33235 2018
Identity politics inside out : national identity contestation and foreign policy in Turkey
Hintz, Lisel, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Introduction : turning identity politics inside out -- Linking identity politics and foreign policy : an inside-out theory of identity contestation -- National identities in Turkey : four competing proposals -- Forging a nation from within : republican nationalism's fight for hegemony at home -- Stuck inside : obstacles to Ottoman Islamism at home -- Ottoman Islamism inside out : identity contestation through EU-based foreign policy -- Taking the theory outside : state and non-state actors use of inside-out identity contestation -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry JQ1809.A15 H56 2018
In pursuit of proof : a history of identification documents in india
Sriraman, Tarangini, author
New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2018
Baker Berry JC599.I4 S65 2018
Preponderance in U.S. foreign policy : monster in the closet
Slater, Graham, 1983- author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
The strategic-tactical gap in U.S. grand strategy -- Toward a framework for foreign-policy evaluation -- Historical progenitors of preponderance and the OPM model -- The strategic-tactical gap of the Vietnam War -- The Iraq War : FPDM prisms and the man behind the curtain -- The infinite multidimensionality of foreign-policy evaluation.
"Preponderance in U.S. Foreign Policy: Monster in the Clost identifies and explains the factors contributing to the presence and severity of blunders, or gross errors in strategic judgment resulting in significant harm to the national interest, in U.S. foreign policy isnce 1945. This book contends that when U.S. policymakers overestimate the capacity of American military power to transform the politics of other states, the likelihood of a foreign policy resulting in a blunder increases. It concomitantly contends that the prevailing grand strategy of American preponderance since the Second World War precipitates the frequency and severity of foreign-policy blunders. This book pursues four original lines of research: (1) a sui generis framework for foreign policy evaluation; (2) new delineation of the concept and classification of the foreign-policy blunder; (3) empirical data with regard to the decision-making of policymakers and the results of two corresponding foreign-policy blunders, the Vietnam War and the Iraq War; and (4) two contentions within the overarching research question of what factors contribute to the presence and serity of blunders in modern U.S. foreign policy. This book presents a theoretical model for examining and explaining the cultural and ideational connections between pursuit of the grand strategy of American preponderance, decision-making in U.S. foreign policy, and blunders in modern U.s. foreign policy"--Back cover.
Baker Berry JZ1480 .S544 2019
Voting as a rite : a history of elections in modern China
Hill, Joshua, 1977- author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Asia Center, 2019
Introduction -- Rectifying names : inventing terms for elections, 1840-1898 -- Transmission and re-creation : writing laws for voting, 1898-1908 -- The first elections and the last emperor : voting and campaigning, 1909-1911 -- Free elections and the first republic : parties and the press, 1911-1913 -- Warlord democracy : coercion and coordination, 1913-1921 -- Elections as education : political tutelage, 1921-1987 -- Voting without a choice : elections in the People's Republic, 1949-2018 -- Conclusion : Democratization and the discourse of elections in China.
"For over a century, voting has been a surprisingly common political activity in China. This book re-examines China's experiments with elections from the perspective of intellectual and cultural history"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JQ1518 .H55 2019
Cartografia politica : spazi e soggetti del conflitto in Niccolò Machiavelli
Marchesi, Francesco, 1987- author
Firenze : Leo S. Olschki editore, 2018
Baker Berry JC143.M4 M36 2018
International migration and challenges in the beginning of the twenty-first century
edited by Isil Zeynep Turkan Ipek and Gökçe Bayindir Goularas
Lanham : Lexington Books, 
The parallelism between the dynamics of migration and modernization / Melih Görgün -- The diagnosis of international migrations and its economic impact: a different perspective on North-South benefits / Deniz Kozanoğlu -- A feminist critique: economic restructuring, capital-intensive production, and gender-based labor migration in the Middle East / Murat Yüceşahin -- Course of migration from marginalization to enemization / Hüdayi Sayin -- Migration modeling via higher order singular value decomposition / Duygun Fatih Demirel, Melek Başak -- Contemporary legal problems of migration in Turkey: governmental politics and the ramifications in Turkish administration / Hüseyin Ural Aküzüm -- Exclusion of criminals from asylum system under Turkish law / Nuray Ekşi -- The Turkey-European Union consensus of March 18th in the Turkish and Greek press / Gizem Çakmak Alioğlu, Selin Türkeş Kiliç -- Dependency theory: an alternative theoretical approach to Syrian migration? / Şafak Yüca, Gökçe Bayindir Goularas -- Identified status and financing of health service for immigrants-asylum seeker and other foreign visitors in hospitals of Turkey / Ferhat Sayim -- Brain drain and socio-political integration: case study of high-skilled Turkish migrants / Işil Zeynep Turkan İpek, Ayşe Betül Nuhoğlu -- Citizenship practices in the context of political consciousness of Turkish immigrants in France / Zeynep Demirci -- The innerworld of young generations with Turkish descent in Germany / Hasret Elçin Kürşat Coşkun.
"This book analyzes the latest developments in international migration in the twenty-first century through an interdisciplinary perspective. The book uses sociological, economic, judicial, political, and geopolitical approaches to present the evolution of the contemporary international migration process"--
Baker Berry JV8745 .I57 2018
Aristotle, democracy and political science
Winthrop, Delba, author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 
Today, democracy is seen as the best or even the only legitimate form of government - hardly in need of defense. Delba Winthrop punctures this complacency and takes up the challenge of justifying democracy through Aristotle's political science. In Aristotle's time and in ours, democrats want inclusiveness; they want above all to include everyone a part of a whole. But what makes a whole? This is a question for both politics and philosophy, and Winthrop shows that Aristotle pursues the answer in the Politics. She uncovers in his political science the insights philosophy brings to politics and, especially, the insights politics brings to philosophy. Through her appreciation of this dual purpose and skilled execution of her argument, Winthrop's discoveries are profound. Central to politics, she maintains, is the quality of assertiveness--the kind of speech that demands to be heard. Aristotle, she shows for the first time, carries assertive speech into philosophy, when human reason claims its due as a contribution to the universe. Political science gets the high role of teacher to ordinary folk in democracy and to the few who want to understand what sustains it. This posthumous publication is more than an honor to Delba Winthrop's memory. It is a gift to partisans of democracy, advocates of justice, and students of Aristotle.
Baker Berry JC75.D36 W56 2019
Re-imagining democracy in the Mediterranean, 1780-1860
edited by Joanna Innes and Mark Philp
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
Mediterranean states are often thought to have 'democratised' only in the post-war era, as authoritarian regimes were successively overthrown. On its eastern and southern shores, the process is still contested. Re-imagining Democracy looks back to an earlier era, the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and argues it was this era when some modern version of 'democracy' in the region first began. 0By the 1860s, representative regimes had been established throughout southern Europe, and representation was also the subject of experiment and debate in Ottoman territories. Talk of democracy, its merits and limitations, accompanied much of this experimentation - though there was no agreement as to whether or how it could be given stable political form. 0Re-imagining Democracy assembles experts in the history of the Mediterranean, who have been exploring these themes collaboratively, to compare and contrast experiences in this region, so that they can be set alongside better-known debates and experiments in North Atlantic states. States in the region all experienced some form of subordination to northern 'great powers'. In this context, their inhabitants had to grapple with broader changes in ideas about state and society while struggling to achieve and maintain meaningful self-rule at the level of the polity, and self-respect at the level of culture. 0Innes and Philip highlight new research and ideas about a region whose experiences during the 'age of revolutions' are at best patchily known and understood, as well as to expand understanding of the complex and variegated history of democracy as an idea and set of practices.
Baker Berry JC421 .R456 2018
The Oxford handbook of international political theory
edited by Chris Brown and Robyn Eckersley
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
"International Political Theory (IPT) focuses on the point where two fields of study meet - International Relations and Political Theory. It takes from the former a central concern with the 'international' broadly defined; from the latter it takes a broadly normative identity. IPT studies the 'ought' questions that have been ignored or side-lined by the modern study of International Relations and the 'international' dimension that Political Theory has in the past neglected. A central proposition of IPT is that the 'domestic' and the 'international' cannot be treated as self-contained spheres, although this does not preclude states and the states-system from being regarded by some practitioners of IPT as central points of reference. This Handbook provides an authoritative account of the issues, debates, and perspectives in the field, guided by two basic questions concerning its purposes and methods of inquiry. First, how does IPT connect with real world politics? In particular, how does it engage with real world problems, and position itself in relation to the practices of real world politics? And second, following on from this, what is the relationship between IPT and empirical research in international relations? This Handbook showcases the distinctive and valuable contribution of normative inquiry not just for its own sake but also in addressing real world problems."--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry JZ1305 .O96 2018
The Oxford handbook of governance and limited statehood
edited by Thomas Risse, Tanja A. Börzel and Anke Draude
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
"The Handbook gives a comprehensive picture of the varieties of governance in areas of limited statehood from interdisciplinary perspectives including political science, geography, history, law, and economics. Twenty-nine chapters review the academic scholarship and explore the conditions of effective and legitimate governance in areas of limited statehood, as well as its implications for world politics in the twenty-first century. The authors examine theoretical and methodological approaches as well as historical and spatial dimensions of areas of limited statehood, and deal with the various governors as well as their modes of governance. They cover a variety of issue areas and explore the implications for the international legal order, for normative theory, and for policies toward areas of limited statehood."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry JC11 .O96 2018
Nada es igual : bocetos del país que nos acontece
Santory Jorge, Anayra O., 1965- author
Cabo Rojo, PR : Editora Educación Emergente, 
Asuntos de temporada -- Números rojos -- Sin tiempo extra -- Demos, lo que nos falta -- Bienes intangibles -- Agentes libres -- Hacer el bien sin mirar a quien -- De carne y hueso.
Baker Berry JA75.7 .S26 2018
Democracia y socialismo en Chile
Moulian, Tomás, author
Santiago : LOM Ediciones, noviembre 2018
Baker Berry JL2681 .M68 2018
Anticorruption in history : from antiquity to the modern era
edited by Ronald Kroeze, André Vitória and G. Geltner
Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2018
Introduction : Debating corruption and anticorruption in history / Ronald Kroeze, André Vitória and G. Gletner -- Corruption and anticorruption in democratic Athens / Claire Taylor -- Fighting corruption : political thought and practice in the late Roman Republic / Valentina Arena -- The corrupting sea : law, violence and compulsory professions in late antiquity / Sarah E. Bond -- Fighting corruption between theory and practice : the land of the Euphrates and Tigris in transition, ninth to eleventh centuries / Maaike van Berkel -- Late medieval polities and the problem of corruption : France, England and Portugal, 1250-1500 / André Vitória -- The problem of the personal : tackling corruption in later medieval England, 1250-1550 / John Watts -- Fighting corruption in the Italian city-state : Perugian officers' end of term audit (sindacato) in the fourteenth century / G. Geltner -- "A water-spout springing from the rock of freedom"? Corruption in sixteenth- and early-seventeenth-century England / G. W. Bernard -- A sick body : corruption and anticorruption in early modern Spain / Francisco Andújar Castillo, Antonio Feros and Pilar Ponce Leiva -- Corruption and anticorruption in France between the 1670s and the 1780s : the example of the provincial administration of Languedoc / Stéphane Durand -- Corruption and anticorruption in the era of modernity and beyond / Jens Ivo Engels -- Anticorruption in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Britain / Mark Knights -- Statebuilding, establishing rule of law and fighting corruption in Denmark, 1660-1900 / Mette Frisk Jensen -- The paradox of "a high standard of public honesty" : a long-term perspective on Dutch history / James Kennedy and Ronald Kroeze -- Corruption and anticorruption in the Romanian principalities : rules of governance, exceptions and networks, seventeenth to the nineteenth century / Ovidiu Olar -- Corruption and anticorruption in early-nineteenth-century Sweden : a snapshot of the state of the Swedish bureaucracy / Andreas Bågenholm -- State, family and anticorruption practices in the late Ottoman empire / Iris Agmon -- Corruption and the ethical standards of British public life : national debates and local administration, 1880-1914 / James Moore -- Lockheed (1977) and Flick (1981-1986) : anticorruption as a pragmatic practice in the Netherlands and Germany / Ronald Kroeze -- Corruption in an anticorruption state? East Germany under Communist rule / André Steiner.
Anticorruption in History is a timely and urgent book: corruption is widely seen today as a major problem we face as a global society, undermining trust in government and financial institutions, economic efficiency, the principle of equality before the law and human wellbeing in general. Corruption, in short, is a major hurdle on the "path to Denmark" a feted blueprint for stable and successful statebuilding. The resonance of this view explains why efforts to promote anticorruption policies have proliferated in recent years. But while the subject of corruption and anticorruption has captured the attention of politicians, scholars, NGOs and the global media, scant attention has been paid to the link between corruption and the change of anticorruption policies over time and place, with the attendant diversity in how to define, identify and address corruption. Economists, political scientists and policy-makers in particular have been generally content with tracing the differences between low-corruption and high-corruption countries in the present and enshrining them in all manner of rankings and indices. The long-term trendssocial, political, economic, culturalpotentially undergirding the position of various countries plays a very small role. Such a historical approach could help explain major moments of change in the past as well as reasons for the success and failure of specific anticorruption policies and their relation to a country's image (of itself or as construed from outside) as being more or less corrupt. It is precisely this scholarly lacuna that the present volume intends to begin to fill. The book addresses a wide range of historical contexts: Ancient Greece and Rome, Medieval Eurasia, Italy, France, Great Britain and Portugal as well as studies on anticorruption in the Early Modern and Modern era in Romania, the Ottoman Empire, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and the former German Democratic Republic.--
Baker Berry JF1525.C66 A58 2018
African exodus : migration and the future of Europe
Asfa-Wossen Asserate, author
London : Haus Publishing Ltd, 2018
Prologue -- Introduction -- 1. On the run -- 2. The legacy of colonialism -- 3. Africa is always good for a surprise -- 4. Europe's responsibility -- Epilogue -- Notes -- Acknowledgements.
In 2015, an unprecedented number of people from Africa and the Near East took flight and sought refuge in Europe. By the end of that year, some 1.8 million migrants had arrived in the EU, the vast majority having come across the Mediterranean. Since then, despite measures to host some of the people fleeing the Syrian war in Turkey and concurrent attempts to physically seal off some borders in Eastern Europe, the numbers of refugees traveling to Europe has continued to top half a million annually. A mass migration on a scale not witnessed in modern times is underway, and it has presented Europe with its greatest challenge of the twenty-first century.Asfa-Wossen Asserate argues here that building higher fences or finding more effective methods of integration will only, in the long term, perpetuate rather than solve the problems associated with these large numbers of displaced refugees. We need to realize that we are only treating the symptoms of an oncoming catastrophe and that, if we are to respond to mass migration, we will ultimately have to understand its causes. The New Mass Migration places its emphasis firmly on the causes of the refugee crisis, which are to be found not least in Europe itself, and charts ways in which we might deal with it effectively in the long term. --
Baker Berry JV7590 .A7413 2018
The social order of postconflict transformation in Cambodia : insurgent pathways to peace
Bultmann, Daniel, author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
A short history of the Cambodian conflict and peace process -- The social structure of the insurgency -- Leadership -- Mid-ranking operators -- Rank-and-file soldiers -- Blank pages, symbolic reconstruction -- Note on female combatants of the Khmer Rouge -- The diaspora.
"Offers a sociological perspective on postconflict transitions. It dissects the inner ranks of three Cambodian insurgent groups and develops a theory explaining the past-dependencies of various social groups of former soldiers and commanders"--
Baker Berry JZ5584.C16 B85 2019
Governance and democracy in Africa : regional and continental perspectives
Guseh, James S., author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
Governance and democracy in Africa: regional and continental perspectives -- Concepts of democratic governance -- Democratic governance in Africa: trends and assessment -- Democracy and economic growth in Africa: case studies of South Africa and Ghana -- Government size, political freedom and economic growth: the case study of Nigeria -- The African growth and opportunity act and economic growth in Africa -- Democracy and governance in Africa: the continental.
Baker Berry JQ1879.A15 G87 2019
The politics of migration in modern Egypt : strategies for regime survival in autocracies
Tsourapas, Gerasimos, 1982- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2019
Introduction -- 'Egyptians don't emigrate' : the domestic politics of migration restriction, 1952-1970 -- Exporting the Free Officers' revolution : migration and external regime legitimacy under Nasser -- 'Our most precious asset' : the domestic politics of migration liberalisation -- 'The rich hive invaded by foreign bees' : migration and external regime legitimacy under Sadat and Mubarak -- Egypt's road to revolution.
"Research on Egyptian politics has long-highlighted an economic rationale behind the President's 1971 decision to lift all emigration restrictions, and to move away from earlier attempts at tight controls: given the penurious state of the Egyptian economy, the argument goes, labour emigration would constitute a "safety valve" against unemployment and overpopulation, while workers' remittances would provide a "lifeline" to the regime. In this sense, Egypt is no different than a large number of developing nations, from India and Mexico to the Philippines and Turkey, who adopted permissive emigration policies in order to either boost their economic indicators or to reduce social tensions by allowing citizens to explore employment opportunities abroad. Yet, if that is the case, why would the Egyptian regime not attempt to fine-tune a policy that appeared to aggravate - rather than resolve - its domestic political economy issues? If labour emigration is solely a tool for economic development, policy-makers are normally expected to anticipate inflationary pressures or labour market imbalances, and to adjust accordingly. The counterintuitive nature of the Egyptian regime's engagement with emigration highlights the need for more nuanced analyses of the relationship between population mobility and political power within non-democratic contexts. Jean Bodin may, in fact, have been right in urging elites to find wealth and strength in citizens' numbers, but the political importance of migration - particularly in authoritarian contexts - remains elusive"--
Baker Berry JV8989 .T76 2019
Hooked : how politics captures people's interest
Prior, Markus, 1974- author
Cambridge, UK ; Cambridge University Press, 2019
Why political interest matters and how to understand its origins -- The psychology of political interest -- Measuring political interest -- The impact of elections -- 60 years of political interest -- Political interest over the life course: the population average -- Stability and variation in political interest -- Differences in age trajectories -- The big benefits of panel data analysis -- Education -- Parents -- Money, health, and happiness -- Encounters with politics -- The impact of political attitudes and identities -- Conclusion.
Political interest is the strongest predictor of 'good citizenship', yet hardly anything is known about it. For the first time in over three decades, here is a study explaining what political interest is, where it comes from, and why it matters. Providing the most thorough description available of political interest in four Western democracies this study analyzes large household panel data sets rarely used in political science to explain how interest develops in people's lives. In an accessible manner, the book's analytical approach pushes applied social scientists to consider how panel data can be used to better understand political behavior. It does so in a way that doesn't gloss over complexities, and explains them in straightforward language. Advanced statistical methods are presented informally, accompanied by graphical illustrations that require no prior knowledge to understand the methods used.
Baker Berry JA74.5 .P694 2019
Common : on revolution in the 21st century
Dardot, Pierre, author
London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019
Baker Berry JC330.15 .D37 2019