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    1. Sujets theses:La mosque, le parti et lespace social- le social et la transitions politique en tunisie.

    2. Les mouvements islamistes et la transitions : Dynamics and Dilemmas of Reform3. Organizational Structure, Environment and Performance: The Role of Strategic

    Choice

    4. Social Network AnalysisLe declin de laction et The Return of the Actor: Interaction Networks Among Social ActorsDuring Periods of High Mobilization (Italy, 1919-1922

    Informal Alliances vs. Institutional Ties: The Effect of Elite Alliances on Environmental

    TSMO Networks

    Transnational Structures and Protest: Linking Theories and Assessing Evidence

    Cued to Coerce or Coercing Cues?: An Exploration of Dissident Rhetoric and Its Relationship

    to Political Repression

    Space, Strategies, and Alliances in Mobilization.

    The Missing Link Between Structure and Agency: Outline of an Evolutionary Approach to

    Social Movements

    Transnational Protest and the Public Sphere [Abstract]

    Character Building: the Dynamics of Emerging Social Movement Groups [Abstract]

    Institutional and Discursive Opportunities for Extreme-Right Mobilization in Five

    Countries [Abstract]

    When Do Leaders Matter? Hypotheses on Leadership Dynamics in Social

    Movements [Abstract]

    Between Globalism and Pragmatism

    Islamic "New Social Movements"? Radical Islam, Al-Qaida, and Social Movement

    Theory [Abstract] Philip W. Sutton and Stephen Vertigans

    Who Dominates the Social Control of Protest? Variability In the State-Countermovement

    Relationship [Abstract] Jenny Irons

    Repression, Backfire, and the Theory of Transformative Events [Abstract]David Hess and

    Brian Martin

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    Three-Step Model of Terrorist Violence [Abstract]Albert J. Bergesen

    Ideology, Framing Processes, and Islamic Terrorist Movements [Abstract]David A. Snow

    and Scott C. Byrd

    Situating Movements Historically: May 1968, Alain Touraine, and New Social Movement

    Theory [Abstract]

    The Contextual Dependence of Movement Outcomes: A Simplified Meta-

    Analysis [Abstract] Katrin Uba

    The Policy Impact of Social Movements: A Replication Through Qualitative Comparative

    Analysis [Abstract] Marco Giugni and Sakura Yamasaki

    Mechanisms of Maidan: The Structure of Contingency in the Making of the Orange

    Revolution [Abstract] Mark R. Beissinger

    The Partisan Dynamics of Contention: Demobilization of the Antiwar Movement in the US,

    2007-2009 [Abstract] Michael T. Heaney and Fabio Rojas

    Selection and Response Bias in Protest Surveys [Abstract]

    Stefaan Walgrave and Joris Verhulst

    From Outsiders to Insiders: Changing Perceptions of Emotional Culture and Consciousness

    among Social Movement Scholars [Abstract] William A. Gamson

    Interests, Identities, and Relations: Drawing Boundaries in Civic Organizational

    Fields [Abstract] Mario Diani and Katia Pilati

    Rural Movements and the Transition to Democracy in Spain [Abstract] Antonio Herrera and

    John Markoff

    Ideology, Strategy and Conflict in a Social Movement Organization: The Sierra Club

    Immigration Wars [Abstract]Leslie King

    Transition and Reform in Post-Authoritarian States

    Pradeep Chhibber & Mariano TorcalElite Strategy, Social Clevages, and Party Systems InA New Democracy __Spain

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    Democratization

    La OEA y la promocin de la democracia en las Amricas: un objetivo en construccin

    (2008)more

    byNeus Ramis Segu"This article argues that, since the end of the Cold War, democracy has become one of the

    central objectives of hemispheric integration within the Americas. Nevertheless, this objective

    is still in construction in terms of action. This... more

    "This article argues that, since the end of the Cold War, democracy has become one of the

    central objectives of hemispheric integration within the Americas. Nevertheless, this objective

    is still in construction in terms of action.

    This argument will be demonstrated by the two central arguments

    that will be used to defend our thesis. In the first part, we will explain how OASs normsreflect a hemispheric consensus with respect to democracy.

    In the second part, we will present two case studies in order to demonstrate the efficiency of

    inter-american norms and instruments that favour democracy: the OASs intervention indemocratic destabilization in Venezuela (2002-2004) and the OASs intervention in theHonduran Coup dtat (July 2009-January 2010). By developing these two arguments we willbe

    able to corroborate whether the OAS has actually changed the nature of the normative

    obligations of member Status with respect to democracy.

    Keywords: Democracy, Organization of American States (OAS), International

    Regime, Inter-American cooperation, Venezuela and Honduras"

    Research Interests:

    American Politics,Democracy, andDemocratizationedit

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    Assessing the Turkish Model as a Guide to the Emerging Democracies in the Middle

    Eastmore

    byOguzhan Goksel

    "Since the beginning of the Arab Spring, the so-called Turkish model has become a keyingredient of the discourse of democratization in the Middle East. Despite the widespread

    interest, however, there is a great sense of confusion... more

    "Since the beginning of the Arab Spring, the so-called Turkish modelhas become a key ingredient of the discourse of democratization in the

    Middle East. Despite the widespread interest, however, there is a great

    sense of confusion caused by the subjective use and misinterpretationof the model. The study will point to the weaknesses of the two

    conventional understandings of the Turkish model and offer a new approach.

    The study will acknowledge various socio-economic, cultural

    and political differences between Turkey and Middle Eastern societies

    and the fact that the full application of the model may not be possible,

    however, the article will conclude that despite these differences, the

    Turkish model has a lot to offer in terms of guidance in areas such as

    the state-religion relations, the role of military, economic development

    and democracy building."

    More Info: Ortadou Ettleri, Vol. 4, No.1, July 2012, pp. 99-120 (ISSN: 1309-1557)Publisher: orsam.org.tr

    Publication Name: ORTADOU ETTLERResearch Interests:

    Political Economy,Development Studies,Middle East & North Africa,Political Science,

    Religion and Politics, and 8 moreDemocratization,Political Islam,Middle East Politics,

    Turkish Foreign Policy,Middle Eastern Studies,Middle East Studies,Turkish and Middle

    East Studies, andArab springedit

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    Direct Democracy and Governance more

    bydamion blake

    Research Interests:

    Governance,Deliberative Democracy, andDemocratizationedit

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