GT22C - FOUNDATIONS OF CARIBBEAN POLITICS
[A]POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY: (Physical Attributes)
- Spatial Analysis - Size, Location, Ecology. 1. Cohen, S.B : Geography and Politics in a World Divided, Chapter 1, pp. 3-20 2. Alexander, Lewis: Centre and Periphery: The Case of Island Systems in, Centre and Periphery Spatial: Variation in Politics, edited by Jean Goffman, 1980, pp. 135-147 3. Ryan, Selwyn: Democratic Governance, UNDP 4. Blackman, Courtney: "The Economic Management of Small Island Developing Countries", Caribbean Affairs, 1991, vol.4, no-4, pp. 1-12 5. Demas, William, G. : "The Post-Independence Caribbean: Development and Survival",Caribbean Affairs, 5, 3, 1992, pp. 1-11 6. Emmanuel, Patrick: "Independence and Viability: Elements of Analysis" in Peace, Development and Security in the Caribbean, edited by Anthony T Bryan, J. Edward Greene and Timothy M. Shaw, 1990, pp.3-33
[B] POLITICAL HISTORY:
- Historical Analysis. - The Barbados Model.
1. Blackman, Courtney: "The Barbados Model" Caribbean Affairs, 1998, vol-8, no-1, pp.61-68 2. Sherlock, Phillip: The Story of the Jamaican People, chapters 10, 24, 25, 27, 30, 1998 3. Bryan, Patrick: The Jamaican People 1880-1902, chapters 1 & 2 4. Moskos, Charles: The Sociology of Political Independence. Chapter 2 5. Peters, Donald: The Democratic system in the Eastern Caribbean, chapters 1&2
[C] POLITICAL CULTURE:
- Cultural Analysis - Ideas, Nationalism, Values,.
1. Mau, James A. : "Images of Jamaica's Future" in The Democratic Revolution in the West Indies, edited by Wendell Bell, pp. 197-223 2. Norris, Katrin: Jamaica. The Search for an Identity 3. Moskos, Charles: The Sociology of Political Independence, chapters 4&5 4. Despres, Leo A. : Cultural Pluralism and Nationalist Politics in British Guiana, chapter 1 5. Bolland, O. Nigel : "Creolization and Creole Socities: A Cultural Nationalist view of Caribbean Social history" in Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century Caribbean, edited by Alistair Hennesy, 1992, pp.50-79
[D]CARIBBEAN POLITICAL LEADERSHIP.
- Leadership - Personalities - Style
1. Moskos, Charles: "Attitudes Towards Political Independence" in The Democratic Revolution in the West Indies, edited by Wendell Bell, pp. 49-67 2. Mau, James: Social Change and Images of the Future, chapters 3-8 3. Oxaal, Ivar: "The Intellectual Background to Democratic Revolution in Trinidad" in The Democratic Revolution in the West Indies, edited by Wendell Bell, pp. 20-48 4. Singham, A.W.: The Hero and the Crowd in a Colonial Polity. Chapter 4 and Conclusion. 5. Moskos, Charles and Bell, Wendell: "Attitudes Towards Democracy" in The Democratic Revolution in the West Indies, edited by Wendell Bell, pp. 68-85
[E] DEMOCRATIC TRADITIONS.
- Democratic Theory - Anglo-Caribbean Democracy - Latin Caribbean Democracy. 1. Eddie, Carlene: Democracy in the Caribbean. Myths and Realities, 1994 2. Dominguez, Jorge I: "The Caribbean Question: Why Has Liberal Democracy (Surprisingly) Flourished?" in Democracy in the Caribbean, edited by Jorge I Dominguez, Robert A. Pastor and R. DeLisle Worrell, 1993, pp. 1-25 3. Payne, Anthony: "Westminister Adopted: The Political Order of the Commonwealth Caribbean", in Democracy in the Caribbean, edited by Jorge I Dominguez, Robert A. Pastor and R. DeLisle Worrell, 1993, pp. 57-73, 1993. 4. Huber, Evelyne: "The Future of Democracy in the Caribbean", in Democracy in the Caribbean, edited by Jorge I Dominguez, Robert A. Pastor and R. DeLisle Worrell, 1993, pp. 74-95 5. Ghany, Hamid: The Myth of the Westminster Model, in Caribbean Affairs, vol. 7, no. 3, 1994, pp.62-82 6. Stotzky, Irwin: Silencing the Guns in Haiti, 1997
[F] CARIBBEAN CIVIL SOCIETIES.
- Civil society - main organizations and impact 1. Bryan, Patrick: Philantrophy and Social Welfare in Jamaica. Chapters 3, 4, 5, 6, 1990 2. Lewis, Gordon: The Growth of the Modern West Indies>. Chapter 7-10, 1968 3. Human Rights Watch: Silencing a People, The Destruction of Civil Society in Haiti, 1993
[G] THE POST-COLONIAL STATE.
- The State in late-decolonization - The nationalist State - The State under structural adjustment 1. Stone, Carl: "Decolonization and the Caribbean State System. The Case of Jamaica", in The Newer Caribbean edited by Paget Henry and Carl Stone, 1983, pp.37-61 2. Farrell, Trevor: "Decolonization in the English Speaking Caribbean: Myth or Reality"? in The Newer Caribbean edited by Paget Henry and Carl Stone, 1983, pp. 3-13 3. Stone, Carl: "Democracy and Socialism in Jamaica": 1972-1979, in The Newer Caribbean, edited by Paget Henry and Carl Stone, 1983, pp. 235-255 4. Greene, J. Edward: "Cooperativism, Militarism, Party Politics, and Democracy in Guyana" in The Newer Caribbean, edited by Paget Henry and Carl Stone, 1983, pp. 257-280 5. Lewis, Vaughan: "Caribbean State Systems and the Contemporary World Order" in The Newer Caribbean, edited by Paget Henry and Carl Stone, 1983, pp. 123-139 6. Thomas, Clive Y : The Authoritarian State in Caribbean Societies, in The State in Caribbean Society, edited by Omar Davies, 1986, pp. 62-89.
[H] THE CARIBBEAN ABROAD.
- The Movement of Caribbean Peoples - The Global Caribbean - The impact of overseas communities on home societies. 1. Pastor, Robert: "Caribbean Emigration and US. Immigration Policy", in The Caribbean and World Politics, edited by Jorge Heine and Leslie Manigat, 1988, pp. 300-325 2. Maingot, Anthony: "The State of Florida and the Caribbean", in The Caribbean and World Politics, edited by Jorge Heine and Leslie Manigat, 1988, pp. 324-343 3. Rosenberg, Mark: "Interdependence between Florida and the Caribbean", in Caribbean affairs, vol. 6, no. 1, 1993. 4. Carlson, Alvar: "Caribbean Immigration to the U.S, 1965-1989",in Caribbean Affairs, vol. 7:1, 1994 5. Jones-Hendrickson, S.B. : "The Movement of Caribbean Peoples", in Caribbean Affairs, vol. 7, no. 4, 1994 6. Lowenthal, David: "West Indian Emigrants Overseas", in Caribbean Social Relations, edited by Colin Clarke, 1975, pp. 82-94 7. Lewis, Gordon K: "Migration and Caribbean Consciousness", in Paper no. 1, Migration and Caribbean cultural Identity Selected papers from Conference celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Centre. Published by the Centre for Latin American studies. pp. 10-22, 19 Robert Buddan Department of Government June 28, 1999.
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