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  • Journal

    ADLER, G. and WEBSTER, E.

    Challenging Transition Theory: The Labor Movement, Radical Reform, and Transition to Democracy in South Africa

    1995 - Politics & Society

    In-text: (ADLER and WEBSTER, 1995)

    Your Bibliography: ADLER, G. and WEBSTER, E., 1995. Challenging Transition Theory: The Labor Movement, Radical Reform, and Transition to Democracy in South Africa. Politics & Society, 23(1), pp.75-106.

  • Journal

    Carothers, T.

    The End of the Transition Paradigm

    2002 - Journal of Democracy

    In-text: (Carothers, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Carothers, T., 2002. The End of the Transition Paradigm. Journal of Democracy, 13(1), pp.5-21.

  • Journal

    Diamond, L., Fukuyama, F., Horowitz, D. L. and Plattner, M. F.

    Reconsidering the Transition Paradigm

    2014 - Journal of Democracy

    In-text: (Diamond, Fukuyama, Horowitz and Plattner, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Diamond, L., Fukuyama, F., Horowitz, D. and Plattner, M., 2014. Reconsidering the Transition Paradigm. Journal of Democracy, 25(1), pp.86-100.

  • Newspaper

    Farrelly, N.

    Myanmar’s middle-class bulge

    2015 - The Myanmar Times

    In-text: (Farrelly, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Farrelly, N., 2015. Myanmar’s middle-class bulge. The Myanmar Times,.

  • Journal

    Hessels, J. and Terjesen, S.

    Resource dependency and institutional theory perspectives on direct and indirect export choices

    2008 - Small Business Economics

    In-text: (Hessels and Terjesen, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Hessels, J. and Terjesen, S., 2008. Resource dependency and institutional theory perspectives on direct and indirect export choices. Small Business Economics, 34(2), pp.203-220.

  • Website

    Inglehart, R. F. and Welzel, C.

    How Development Leads to Democracy: What We Know About Modernization

    2014 - Foreign Affairs 88 (2)

    In-text: (Inglehart and Welzel, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Inglehart, R. and Welzel, C., 2014. How Development Leads To Democracy: What We Know About Modernization. [online] Ssrn.com. Available at: <http://ssrn.com/abstract=2391678> [Accessed 14 September 2020].

  • Website

    IRRAWADDY, K.

    Myanmar’s Democracy: Just What the Generals Ordered

    2020 - The Irrawaddy

    In-text: (IRRAWADDY, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: IRRAWADDY, K., 2020. Myanmar’S Democracy: Just What The Generals Ordered. [online] The Irrawaddy. Available at: <https://www.irrawaddy.com/election/opinion/burmas-democracy-just-what-the-generals-ordered> [Accessed 15 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Lipset, S. M.

    The Social Requisites of Democracy Revisited: 1993 Presidential Address

    1994 - American Sociological Review

    In-text: (Lipset, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Lipset, S., 1994. The Social Requisites of Democracy Revisited: 1993 Presidential Address. American Sociological Review, 59(1), pp.1-22.

  • Journal

    ROSTOW, W. W.

    THE STAGES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH

    1959 - The Economic History Review

    In-text: (ROSTOW, 1959)

    Your Bibliography: ROSTOW, W., 1959. THE STAGES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH. The Economic History Review, 12(1), pp.1-16.

  • Journal

    Rustow, D. A.

    Transitions to Democracy: Toward a Dynamic Model

    1970 - Comparative Politics

    In-text: (Rustow, 1970)

    Your Bibliography: Rustow, D., 1970. Transitions to Democracy: Toward a Dynamic Model. Comparative Politics, 2(3), pp.337-363.

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