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by Claudia Royal,Bertrand Badie

eBook The Imported State: The Westernization of the Political Order (Mestizo Spaces / Espaces Metisses) epub
  • ISBN: 0804737665
  • Author: Claudia Royal,Bertrand Badie
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (April 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 296 pages
  • ePUB size: 1103 kb
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This book traces the rise of the modern state―a mode of organizing political power within a closed territory―in post-Enlightenment . The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

This book traces the rise of the modern state―a mode of organizing political power within a closed territory―in post-Enlightenment Europe and its spread to the remainder of the world.

Published April 3, 2000 by Stanford University Press. Dependency, International relations, Political development, Politics and government.

This book traces the rise of the modern state-a mode of organizing political power within a closed territory-in post-Enlightenment Europe and its spread to the remainder of the world, especially colonial and postcolonial societies.

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9172/2 21. Personal Name: Badie, Bertrand. Uniform Title: Etat importe?. 278 p. ;, 24 cm. Series Statement: Mestizo spaces Espaces me?tisse?s. Bibliography, etc. Note

9172/2 21. Publication, Distribution, et. Stanford, Calif. Stanford University Press, (c)2000. Physical Description: 278 p. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -260) and index. Geographic Name: Developing countries Politics and government. Uniform Title: Mestizo spaces.

Translated by Claudia Royal. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2000. Anthony Peter Spanakos. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 August 2009.

Westernization (US) or Westernisation (UK), also peanisation or cidentalisation (from the Occident), is a process whereby societies come under or adopt Western culture in areas such as industry, technology, po. .

During colonialism it often involved spread of Christianity.

Publisher: Stanford University Press. Find and Load Ebook The Imported State. Identifiers: ISBN 10: 0804737665 ISBN 13: 9780804737661.

This book traces the rise of the modern stateâ?”a mode of organizing political power within a closed territoryâ?”in post-Enlightenment Europe and its spread to the remainder of the world, especially colonial and postcolonial societies. The result of a long process of evolution dating back to the Roman Empire, this new form of state was characterized by the coincidence of public power and public space and the legalization of political and social relations.

Part of the Mestizo Spaces, Espaces Metisses series

Part of the Mestizo Spaces, Espaces Metisses series. In Stock - usually despatched within 24 hours. This book traces the rise of the modern state in post-Enlightenment Europe and its spread to the remainder of the world, especially colonial and postcolonial societies. It shows how non-Western cultures invented their own practices of the state, thereby transforming the original model.

This book traces the rise of the modern state―a mode of organizing political power within a closed territory―in post-Enlightenment Europe and its spread to the remainder of the world, especially colonial and postcolonial societies. The result of a long process of evolution dating back to the Roman Empire, this new form of state was characterized by the coincidence of public power and public space and the legalization of political and social relations. Intimately linked to the transformation of Western European cultures at a time when their economic might allowed them to conquer many regions of the world, the modern state provided a model that was adopted in most countries.The book analyzes the different conditions in which the modern state was grafted onto different cultural realities: a metropolitan model adopted by settlers or imposed as an instrument of colonial domination, or a representation of modernity selected by non-Western leaders out of fascination for its alleged efficiency and rationality. The author shows that, from the beginning, various logics of importation led non-Western cultures to invent their own practices of the state, thereby transforming the original model. In many countries, notably in postcolonial societies, discrepancies appeared between political actions and political representations and principles on which the state was supposed to rest. This has often led to political crises and breakdowns of legality and legitimacy, and to the formation of new types of social relations in spaces the state cannot control. At the international level, a similar phenomenon can be seen: international networks, based on trade links, religion, and culture, are now able to bypass official interstate relations.
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