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Societal transition to democracy in Mauritania

Mohammad-Mahmoud Mohamedou

Societal transition to democracy in Mauritania

by Mohammad-Mahmoud Mohamedou

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Published by Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies in Cairo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mauritania,
  • Mauritania.
    • Subjects:
    • Democracy -- Mauritania.,
    • Democratization -- Mauritania.,
    • Mauritania -- Politics and government -- 1960-

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMauritania
      StatementMohammad-Mahmoud Mohamedou ; introduction by Saad Eddin Ibrahim.
      SeriesCivil society and prospects of democratization in the Arab world, Civil society and prospects of democratization in the Arab world (Series)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT554.8 .M64 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination267, [1] p. :
      Number of Pages267
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL961497M
      ISBN 109772790335
      LC Control Number95961396

      SOCIETAL TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY IN MAURITANIA. By Mohammad-Mahmoud Mohamedou. Civil Society Project Studies Series. Cairo: Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies and Dar El-Ameen Publishing, Pp. As the author points out . In examining the conditions that initiate democratic transitions, this book investigates the circumstances under which democracy movements have operated between and It concludes that, contrary to dominant democratic theory, the transitions to democracy in Africa have occurred under declining levels of development.

        Media and Democracy in Africa is organized to provide a historical perspective on the evolution of the African media, placing the present in the context of the past, including both colonial and post-colonial experiences. It will be of interest to Africa area specialists, students of media and communications, political scientists and sociologists. Democracy - Democracy - The spread of democracy in the 20th century: During the 20th century the number of countries possessing the basic political institutions of representative democracy increased significantly. At the beginning of the 21st century, independent observers agreed that more than one-third of the world’s nominally independent countries possessed democratic institutions.

      First published in , This book is written by seasoned scholars of African Studies and it intended to make a significant contribution to the debate on democracy and democratization in the continent. The editors’ conclusion distills lessons about how democratic transitions have been and can be carried out in a changing world, emphasizing the importance of political leadership. This unique book should be valuable for political leaders, civil society activists, journalists, scholars, and all who want to support democratic transitions.


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