4 edition of Small states in comparative perspective found in the catalog.
Small states in comparative perspective
|Statement||edited by Risto Alapuro ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Allardt, Erik., Alapuro, Risto, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||JC365 .S575 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||86132827|
Presenting the ‘new territories studies’ as a novel approach to the traditional small states studies, the chapter discusses the practical/political possibilities and limitations inherent in the small states' situation and is also an attempt to contribute toward an improved theoretical basis for the study of small-state by: 1. Why Small States Offer Important Answers to Large Questions Wouter P. Veenendaal1 and Jack Corbett2 Abstract Small states are conspicuously absent from mainstream comparative political science. There are a variety of reasons that underpin their marginal position in the established cannon, including their tiny populations, the fact that. Mexico is a nation of million people In the s, Spain overthrew the Aztec Indian tribe that ruled Mexico Remained a Spanish colony until the s In , Texas declared independence from Mexico; Mexican-American War s Immigration and Race Brazil was colonized by.
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[Oslo]: Norwegian University Press, © (OCoLC) 6 Current Issues in Comparative Education Editorial Introduction comparative perspectives on the strengths, vulnerabilities, and fragility that have come to define small states.
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