cat.lib.unimelb.edu.au
New Search
Discovery
Inter-library Loans
Bonus+
Library Home
University Login
Guest Login
Print
University Library
Catalogue
REQUEST
SAVE TO MY LISTS
EXPORT
RETURN TO BROWSE
     
Result Page: Previous Next
 

Author
Ottaway, Marina.

Title
Getting to Pluralism : Political Actors in the Arab World.
Published
Washington DC : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2012.
 
Connect to ebook (University of Melbourne only)
Location
Call No.
Status
 UniM INTERNET Resource
 
 AVAILABLE
Physical description1 online resource (130 pages)
SeriesBooks at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
ContentsFront Cover; Title Page; Copyright Information; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction; Incumbent Regimes and the ""King's Dilemma"" in the Arab World; Fighting on Two Fronts; Islamists in Politics; Conclusion; Index; Back Cover.
BibliographyIncludes bibliographical references and index.
SummaryPluralism in the Arab world has not yet matured into functional democratic politics. While ruling establishments, Islamist movements, and secular parties have introduced a much greater degree of pluralism into Arab societies, the imbalance of power and interdependence among these actors limits both the degree of political diversity and its effectiveness at bringing about reforms. The Arab world is likely to grapple with political apathy, low voter turnout, dwindling membership in registered parties, and shrinking constituencies for the foreseeable future. Even the Islamists, who demonstrate.
Other authorHamzawy, Amr.
JSTOR issuing body.
SubjectIslam and politics -- Arab countries.
Political parties -- Arab countries.
Arab countries -- Politics and government -- 1945-
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN9780870032752 (electronic bk.)
0870032755 (electronic bk.)
9780870032448 (pbk.)
0870032445 (pbk.)
9780870032455 (cloth)
0870032453 (cloth)
Publisher NumberEB00642154 Recorded Books
More From Syndetics Unbound
Summary
Also Available As
Book Profile
Summary
Pluralism in the Arab world has not yet matured into functional democratic politics. While ruling establishments, Islamist movements, and secular parties have introduced a much greater degree of pluralism into Arab societies, the imbalance of power and interdependence among these actors limits both the degree of political diversity and its effectiveness at bringing about reforms. The Arab (read more)
Also Available As

Paper Book
Book Profile
Person
Mubarak, Hosni; Nasser, Gamal Abdel (1918-70); Bouteflika, Abdelaziz; Hassan II; Assad, Bashar Al; Brown, Nathan; Dunne, Michele; Saleh, Ali (public official); Saleh, Ali Abdullah;Abbas, Mahmoud (Abu Mazen)
Topics
Democracy; Islamism; Local elections; Political parties; Prime ministers
Location
Egypt; Morocco; Yemen; Bahrain; Kuwait; Algeria; Middle East; United States--US; Saudi Arabia; Syria
Organization
Hamas; Society of Muslim Brothers; Hezbollah-Party of God; Islah Party; Democratic Party;House of Representatives; Cairo University; Free University of Berlin; Georgetown University;Socialist Labor Party
Browse Profile
Catalog enrichment powered by Syndetics Unbound
Contact the Library Contact the University Disclaimer & copyright Privacy ABN 84 002 705 224