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New Comparative Government A Concise Study of Domestic Politics Around the World

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Publisher:Lotus Press
Published In:2012
ISBN-10:8183820298
ISBN-13:9788183820295
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:1014 gms
Pages:pp. 210

is written by J.C. Johari. The publisher of this title is Lotus Press.

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About the Book

The study of comparative government is as old as Aristotle-the celebrated ‘father of politics,’ But in recent times it has assumed its own significance due to remarkable development Sin The spheres of national and international politics. The decline of the authoritarian systems and in stead spread of democracy around the world, battle between freedom and equality imparting new meaning and dimensions to the concept of ‘power’, transformation of the Westphalian model of the national-state noticeable in the emergence of ‘civil society’ and in the model of a ‘trans-national state’ may be referred to in particular. Global comparisons have become the Fashion of the day which reveal astonishing facts about the role of political and para-political institutions. Comparing institutions as such, as done by the old writers, is not so important now. What is needed is that the scope of such a venture should be widened so as to investigate and analyse the states in the Context of their actual working in the present age of liberalization and globalisation. Human action is guided fundamentally by the institutions that the people construct and change them in response to the needs of the time. A student of this subject is, therefore, expected to comprehend and analyse political reality in the light of new developments.

About the Author

J.C. Johari has been associated with the teaching of Political Science for more than forty years in premier college affiliated to Agra and Delhi Universities. For a year (1971-72) he worked as Deputy Director at the Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, New Delhi, he has written a number of books on variuos courses of Political Science and his articles have appeared in a number of research journals in India and abroad.

Contents

1. Comparative Government
2. State
3. Globalisation
4. Civil Society
5. New Social Movement
6. Totalitarian and Authoritarian
7. Political Parties, Pressure Groups and Elites
8. Democracy
9. Bureaucracy
10. Development Debate
11. Constitution and Constitutionalism
12. Government of the U.K.
13. Government of the U.S.A.
14. Government of Switzerland
15. Government of the Russian Federation
16. Government of China
17. Government of South Africa
18. Government of France
19. Government of Germany
20. Government of Canada
21. Government of Australia
22. Government of Japan