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1 Political Systems A democratic trend Joel, Karli, Mike & Rupam February 20, 2013

2 Political Systems The Anglo-American System Rise of Democrac y

3 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Key Terminology Anglo-American System Equality vs. Equity

4 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Almond Comparative Political Systems Political Systems: set of interacting roles, or as a structure of roles Coercive Powers Societal Protection

5 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Almond Comparative Political Systems Fourfold classification of political systems Anglo American Totalitarianis m Pre Industrial Continental European

6 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Almond Comparative Political Systems Influence of Geography and Culture Geographic Proximity Political Culture Rise of Democracy

7 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Hewitt The Effect of Political Democracy and Social Democracy on Equality in Industrial Societies: A Cross-National Comparison Socialist Democracy Equality in Stratification Income Distribution Economic development is responsible for the growth of democracy and the decline in inequality

8 The relationship between national characteristic’s and political systems Adoption of democratic political systems

9 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Narizny Anglo-American Primacy and the Global Spread of Democracy: An International Genealogy Causes of the spread of democracy through Anglo-American primacy Founding State: England Three Generations Power of the U.S. and Great Britain

10 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Narizny Anglo-American Primacy and the Global Spread of Democracy: An International Genealogy National Security Rise of Alternative Systems Economic Expansion Superiority

11 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Conner Democratic Legitimacy: A Cross-Cultural, Equity Sensitivity Perspective of the Acceptance of Democratic Ideals Ideal of Democracy Relationship of Values and Democracy Predetermine d Meanings and Expectations Strong Western Influence

12 Would a Capitalist Form of Democracy Be Suitable for Countries?

13 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK INSIGHT Strategic Insight “Fit”-ness Trend towards Democracy Western Style Success

14 ARTICLE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC INSIGHTFACTBOOK APPLICATION Factbook Application Cultural Compatibility Agenda of the Political System

15 Almont, G. A. (1956). Comparative political systems. Journal of Politics, 18(3): Conner, D. S. (2012). Democratic Legitimacy: A Cross-Cultural, Equity Sensitivity Perspective of the Acceptance of Democratic Ideals. Franklin Business & Law Journal, (3), Dictionary.com (n.d.). Retrieved from Hewitt, C. (1977). The effect of political democracy and social democracy on equality in industrial societies: A cross-national comparison. American Sociological Review, 42(3): Mestrovic, M. (1998). How actual are democratic virtues? Futures, 30(1): Narizny, K. (2012). Anglo-American Primacy and the Global Spread of Democracy: An International Genealogy. World Politics, 64(2), doi: Works Cited


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