Västvärldens roll i demokratiseringsprocessen - En komparativ studie av västerländskt linkage och leverage i Mongoliet och Ghana

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Västvärldens roll i demokratiseringsprocessen - En komparativ studie av västerländskt linkage och leverage i Mongoliet och Ghana

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Västvärldens roll i demokratiseringsprocessen - En komparativ studie av västerländskt linkage och leverage i Mongoliet och Ghana
Author Ekstrand, Elias
Date 2019
English abstract
This thesis analyze the democratization process of Mongolia and Ghana by applying a comparative case study. The study use Steven Levitsky and Lucan Ways theory of Western linkage and leverage to analyze the Mongolian and Ghanaian transition process, from being an non-democratic state to an consolidated democracy, through looking at the development of Western linkage and leverage and if there is any correlation between this development and the progress of democracy in respective state. The findings are that Western linkage in Mongolia never has been high but that the levels of Western linkage has developed positive in 1991 and 1995. The levels of Western leverage has been high in Mongolia since 1991. In Ghana the levels of Western linkage has been high and developed positive since at least 1996, but the levels of Western leverage has been low since 1996. Thus, the correlation between high levels of Western linkage and leverage and the democratization progress in respective state is weak, but there is some correlation between a positive development of Western linkage and the progress of democracy.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 65
Language swe (iso)
Subject Linkage
leverage
transition process
democratization
Mongolia
Ghana
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