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Politics and Culture in the Developing Worldcomprehensively examines the globalized context and process of development in African, Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern countries. From history, economics, religion, and gender to democratic transitions, political leadership, and ethnic conflict, this text surveys all of the major themes of development in the developing world. The authors, drawing on their professional and personal experience, show how globalization is accelerating change in developing countries and linking them more closely to industrialized countries.
Jamal R. Nassar is Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at California State University, San Bernardino.
Table of Contents
|Living in a Global Community|
|Government, Politics, and Cultures in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America|
|Religion and Politics|
|Nationalism, Colonialism, and Independence|
|Global and Domestic Inequalities|
|Challenges of Development in Africa, Asia, The Middle East, and Latin America|
|Challenges of Development|
|The Costs of Development|
|Women in the Developing World|
|Transitions to Democracy and Human Rights|
|Leadership And Public Policy|
|Ethnic Conflicts, Migration, and International Relations|
|Ethnicity, Ethnic Conflict, and Conflict Resolution|
|Foreign Relations of the Developing Countries|
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