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  1. says:

    This doesn't want a review a great sweeping diagram like Minard's of Napoleon's 1812 campaign with thick black arrows showing cause and effect and parallel processes in the three old Regimes under consideration however in the absence of that I'll hack out a few words insteadI was rereading this I noticed that it was a bit difficult

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    My gosh this was heavy and dense but definitely worth it I read it as an act of intellectual discipline since I somehow went through undergrad and grad school without anyone ever assigning this to my class I became very curious about revolutionary patterns and structure in the past few years and of course this is the tome that all political scientists reference when you start talking about revolutionIt is only dense b

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    Only interesting if you are into social revolutions specifically France China and Russia Long hard to read Adopt

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    Theda Skocpol's States and Social Revolutions is a thoroughly well researched book which offers a truly novel perspective on the French Russian and Chinese Revolutions It does not receive five stars however for two major reasons a it is not particularly well written; and b Skocpol's socialist ideals cause her to understate the human cost of and to overstate the progress inaugurated by the Chinese Revolution in particular Althoug

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    annoying marxist 25 for her arrogant know all persistence throughout 280 pages

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    A comparative historical analysis of the French Russian and Chinese revolutions that does a very good job of accounting for the structural differences between each case The state as a Janus faced structure dealing with in

  7. says:

    The actual content of this book probably warrants only four stars but I had to give it five because in writing the paper for it I was able to work through a lot of my own ideas about ideology and causality I also think her model is far superior to Moore's and her narratives are much interesting Much love for the Skocpol

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    This is a structuralist approach to why revolutions happen based on narrative comparing the revolutions in France 1789 Russia 1917 and China 1949 The author's argument is tendentious but there are good analyses of the three revolutions and the

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    The endeavour

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    I have red this book its good in how revolution affect the society

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States and Social Revolutions A Comparative Analysis of France Russia and China

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Eğerlendirilmeyen Fransa Rusya ve Çin devrimlerinin yanı sıra bir toplumsal devrimle sonuçlanmayan 17 yüzyıl İngilteresi ve 1848 Prusyasını da alır Toplumsal devrimlerin incelenmesinde karşılaştırmalı tarihsel çöz?. Theda Skocpol s States and Social Revolutions is a thoroughly well researched book which offers a truly novel perspective on the French Russian and Chinese Revolutions It does not receive five stars however for two major reasons a it is not particularly well written and b Skocpol s socialist ideals cause her to understate the human cost of and to overstate the progress inaugurated by the Chinese Revolution in particular Although the uality of Skocpol s analysis enables the excusal of the former point the latter point is indefensible

Read Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Theda Skocpol

?mleme yöntemini kullanan yazar bir devrimci durumun ortaya çıkışında uluslararası devletler sisteminin rolünün altını çizer; bir devrimci durumun bir toplumsal devrime dönüşmesinde de köylülüğün rolünü vurgula.

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  • States and Social Revolutions A Comparative Analysis of France Russia and China
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  • 14 July 2019
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About the Author: Theda Skocpol

Theda Skocpol is the Victor S Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology at Harvard University and the Director of the Scholars Strategy Network She is a past president of the American Political Science Association