June 16, 2009


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Theories of revolutions are moving away from a predominantly structural view, in favor of a more process oriented view. In this approach, revolutionary situations emerge from a combination of structural background factors that present challenges to states or that increase conflicts among states, elites, and popular groups. 

Read the chapter in The Sage Handbook of Comparative Politics.