Social Capital in Developing Democracies: Nicaragua and Argentina Comparedby Leslie E. Anderson
Explores the contribution of social capital to the process of democratization and the limits of that contribution.See more details below
Explores the contribution of social capital to the process of democratization and the limits of that contribution.
- Cambridge University Press
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- New Edition
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- 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction; Part I. Creating Social Capital: People I Have Known: The Human Face of Popular Politics: 2. Creating 'we': Sandinismo and bridging social capital; 3. Creating 'us' and 'them': Peronism and bonding social capital; Part II. An Empirical Examination of the Argument: 4. A tale of two neighborhoods: social capital in Nicaragua and Argentina; 5. Political capital in Nicaragua and Argentina: political activism and political values; 6. Political capital in Nicaragua and Argentina: democratic institutions and procedures; Part III. Making Democracy Work Without Social Capital: Institutional Capital: 7. If you build it they will come; 8. Conclusion.
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