Stanford University Press, 1982 - 217 стор.
A classic study by a leading theorist of revolution, Revolutionary Change has gone through eleven printings since its appearance in 1966 and been translated into German, French, and Korean. This carefully revised edition not only brings the original analysis up to date but adds two entirely new chapters: one on terrorism, the most celebrated form of political violence throughout the 1970s, and one on theories of revolution from Brinton to the present day.
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The Disequilibrated Social System
Varieties of Revolution
Strategies of Revolution
Theories of Revolution
accept according action actors American analysis argued armed army attempt authority basic basis become behavior belief called cause Chalmers Johnson communist concept conflict contingent coup create culture definition determinants disequilibrated distinction division of labor effects elite environment equilibrium example exist explain fact follow force functional given goal groups guerrilla homeostatic human idea ideology important individual innovations institutions integration interests kind lead leaders legitimate maintain means ment military movements nature norms occur organization particular party personality policies political position possible problem produce question reason rebel rebellion regime relations relationship result revolution revolutionary role routinization ruling sense shared simple situation social change social system society sources status strategy tactics terrorism terrorist theory tion types United value structure variables violence Wallace York
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