By Peter Levine
By Kent Redding
Far from being a low-level, localized pattern, the fight for strength in North Carolina will be felt around the complete nation as race-and class-based organizing challenged the dominant types of constructing and preserving power.
Redding finds how the ruling classification operates with motivations and techniques similar to these of the black citizens and Populist farmers they fought opposed to. He tracks how the elites co-opted the leading edge mobilizing thoughts of the subaltern teams to successfully use their very own guns opposed to them.
At the middle of Making Race, Making Power is an insightful dissection of the concrete connections among political concepts of team spirit and exclusion and underlying styles of race relations.
By Mohamed Zayani
By Sussan Babaie,Talinn Grigor
By Leo Suryadinata
The proposal of the ‘nation’ is a Western notion which has been utilized to Southeast Asia. it's a venture which has been in development because the final century yet continues to be incomplete. a variety of theoretical frameworks that are linked to state and nation-building within the Southeast Asian sector were in brief handled. The e-book goals to ascertain the making of the international locations in Southeast Asia utilizing either historic and political technology ways. strategies concerning kingdom equivalent to ethnicity, country, indigenism and citizenship have additionally been analysed within the Southeast Asian context. particular examples of nation-building in 5 significant Southeast Asian nations are awarded. difficulties and clients of Southeast Asia's nation-building and citizenship development within the period of globalisation also are discussed.
- Multi-Ethnic Society, clash law and Nation-Building
- Nation, kingdom, Ethnicity and Indigenism
- Nation, Citizenship and Indigenism
- Ethnicity, Indigenism and Southeast Asia's Citizenship Laws
- Ethnic chinese language and the Formation of Southeast Asian Nations
- China's Citizenship legislation and Southeast Asian Chinese
- Nation-Building or Citizenship-Building in Singapore?
- Indigenism, Islam and Nation-Building in Malaysia
- Ethnicity, faith and Nation-Building in Indonesia
- The Philippines and Thailand: Ethnicity and Islam in Nation-Building
- Citizenship, countryside and Nation-Building in Globalizing Southeast Asia
- Ethnic and non secular Compositions of Southeast Asian Countries
- Citizenship legislations of Brunei Darussalam
- Citizenship legislations of Cambodia
- Citizenship legislations of Indonesia
- Citizenship legislation of Laos
- Citizenship legislation of Malaysia (The Citizenship component of Constitution)
- Citizenship legislations of Myanmar
- Citizenship legislations of the Philippines (The Citizenship info within the Constitution)
- Citizenship legislations of Singapore
- Citizenship legislations of Thailand
- Citizenship legislations of Vietnam
Readership: Undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers, lecturers, and participants of most people who're attracted to Southeast Asian politics, specifically, the subject of nation-building.
- The publication is written through a Southeast Asian student, conversant in either Asian and Western cultures
- The making of Southeast Asian countries is topical as many countries, together with Singapore, are celebrating their “nationhood”
- The dialogue on citizenship relies at the Citizenship legislation of the Southeast Asian states
By Tony Milligan
This e-book considers the viability of a populist notion of democratic association, which places energy into the fingers of standard voters. interpreting modern and vintage concept to contextualize the critique of present structures, the ebook is going directly to discover replacement preparations verified out via activists, eco-protestors and anti-capitalists – from the new Occupy schedule to Gandhi’s experiments in substitute dwelling. Milligan confronts the sensible demanding situations posed via those platforms of direct democracy and discusses the enormous problems of scaling up and maintaining them in state-level contexts. while the ebook concedes that such issues are real, it argues conception of generalized direct democracy can shake off its utopian aspirations and turn into a valid replacement for the future.
By Katherine E. Knutson
Using the ancient Minnesota kingdom govt shutdown of 2011 as a backdrop, Interfaith Advocacy describes the paintings of the Joint non secular Legislative Coalition, an interfaith advocacy workforce that brings jointly leaders from Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim traditions to recommend on behalf of various regulations. because the nation’s first statewide interfaith lobbying staff, the tale of the JRLC allows an exam of the position of political advocacy teams in country point American politics: what they're, how and why they shape, how they mobilize voters to take part within the political strategy, how they paintings to persuade executive, and what their effect is on American democracy.
With learn in response to years of in-depth interviews, player remark, and research of archival files, this quantity bargains evidence that it truly is attainable to construct winning long-term political coalitions between inconceivable allies. The publication investigates either the strengths and weaknesses of this version of advocacy and concludes that the presence of non secular advocacy teams within the political strategy deals massive advantages of illustration, predicament for underrepresented matters and teams, and the advance of networks of social capital.
Interfaith Advocacy is grounded within the theoretical literature of political technology but in addition obtainable to all readers who've an curiosity in political advocacy, nation politics, or faith and politics.
By William E. Hudson
By J. Ahearne