Freedom in the world : political rights and civil liberties  1978 ~ 2016

Raymond D. Gastil

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<p>This yearbook marks the fourteenth year of the "Comparative Survey of Freedom" and is the ninth edition in the Freedom House series of annual publications. In addition to the ratings and tables produced by the "Survey," the discussion of criteria and definitions at the beginning of the 1986-87 yearbook again includes the checklist of political rights and civil liberties. Discussion of communication policies of the United States and the Soviet Union forms a special theme in this year's summary of the international struggle for free and informative news media.

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An indispensable annual survey of political rights and civil liberties from Freedom House, the nation's leading human rights advocacy group. This year's survey includes comprehensive coverage of each of the republics of the former Soviet Union. Well established as a standard reference, it provides political, social, and economic snapshots of every nation and territory in the world plus a country-by-country overview of the year's significant data on life expectancy, population, and economic indicators.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 192 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 192 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development. Freedom House is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that supports democratic change, monitors freedom, and advocates for democracy and human rights.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 192 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development. Freedom House is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that supports democratic change, monitors freedom, and advocates for democracy and human rights.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

「Nielsen BookData」より

Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 193 countries and a group of select territories are used by policy makers, the media, international corporations, and civic activists and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. Press accounts of the survey findings appear in hundreds of influential newspapers in the United States and abroad and form the basis of numerous radio and television reports. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 194 countries and 14 territories are used by policymakers, the media, international corporations, civic activists, and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 194 countries and 14 territories are used by policymakers, the media, international corporations, civic activists, and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 194 countries and 14 territories are used by policymakers, the media, international corporations, civic activists, and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 194 countries and 14 territories are used by policymakers, the media, international corporations, civic activists, and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Freedom in the World, the Freedom House flagship survey whose findings have been published annually since 1972, is the standard-setting comparative assessment of global political rights and civil liberties. The survey ratings and narrative reports on 194 countries and 14 territories are used by policymakers, the media, international corporations, civic activists, and human rights defenders to monitor trends in democracy and track improvements and setbacks in freedom worldwide. The Freedom in the World political rights and civil liberties ratings are determined through a multi-layered process of research and evaluation by a team of regional analysts and eminent scholars. The analysts used a broad range of sources of information, including foreign and domestic news reports, academic studies, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, individual professional contacts, and visits to the region, in conducting their research. The methodology of the survey is derived in large measure from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and these standards are applied to all countries and territories, irrespective of geographical location, ethnic or religious composition, or level of economic development.

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Since 1978, Freedom House regional experts, consultants, and human rights specialists have produced this distinguished, annual survey of the global state of freedom. Monitoring progress and decline in political rights and civil liberties, the report covers 192 nations and 18 related and disputed territories. It is an indispensable reference for the media, policymakers, academics, and researchers who respect the survey's judgments and appreciate the simplicity of its methodology. Freedom in the World contains both comparative ratings and written narratives and is now the standard reference work for measuring the ebb and flow of freedom on a global basis.

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Since 1978, Freedom House regional experts, consultants, and human rights specialists have produced this distinguished, annual survey of the global state of freedom. Monitoring progress and decline in political rights and civil liberties, the report covers 192 nations and 18 related and disputed territories. It is an indispensable reference for the media, policymakers, academics, and researchers who respect the survey's judgments and appreciate the simplicity of its methodology. Freedom in the World contains both comparative ratings and written narratives and is now the standard reference work for measuring the ebb and flow of freedom on a global basis.

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Since 1978, Freedom House regional experts, consultants, and human rights specialists have produced this distinguished, annual survey of the global state of freedom. Monitoring progress and decline in political rights and civil liberties, the report covers 192 nations and 18 related and disputed territories. It is an indispensable reference for the media, policymakers, academics, and researchers who respect the survey's judgments and appreciate the simplicity of its methodology. Freedom in the World contains both comparative ratings and written narratives and is now the standard reference work for measuring the ebb and flow of freedom on a global basis.

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Since 1978, Freedom House regional experts, consultants, and human rights specialists have produced this distinguished, annual survey of the global state of freedom. Monitoring progress and decline in political rights and civil liberties, the report covers 192 nations and 18 related and disputed territories. It is an indispensable reference for the media, policymakers, academics, and researchers who respect the survey's judgments and appreciate the simplicity of its methodology. Freedom in the World contains both comparative ratings and written narratives and is now the standard reference work for measuring the ebb and flow of freedom on a global basis.

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 Freedom in teh World 2009: Setbacks and Resilience Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Country Reports Chapter 5 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 6 Survey Methodolgy Chapter 7 Tables and Ratings Chapter 8 Table of Independent Countries Chapter 9 Table of Disputed Territories Chapter 10 Table of Related Territories Chapter 11 Combined Average Ratings: Independent Countires Chapter 12 Combined Average Ratings: Related and Disputed Territories Chapter 13 Table of Electoral Democracies Chapter 14 The Survey Team Chapter 15 Selected Sources Chapter 16 Freedom House Board of Trustees Chapter 17 About Freedom House

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 Freedom in Retreat: Is the Tide Turning? Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Country Reports Chapter 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 5 Survey Methodology Chapter 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 The Survey Team Chapter 8 Selected Sources

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 Freedom in Retreat: Is the Tide Turning? Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Country Reports Chapter 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 5 Survey Methodology Chapter 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 The Survey Team Chapter 8 Selected Sources

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 The Survey Team Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Country Reports Chapter 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 5 Survey Methodology Chapter 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 Sources

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 The Survey Team Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Country Reports Chapter 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 5 Survey Methodology Chapter 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 Sources

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 The Survey Team Chapter 2 Liberty's Expansion in a Turbulent World: Thirty Years of the Survey of Freedom Chapter 3 The Future of Democracy in Latin America Chapter 4 The Implications of Ethno-National Conflict Chapter 5 Introduction Chapter 6 Country Reports Chapter 7 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 8 Survey Methodology Chapter 9 Tables and Ratings Chapter 10 Sources

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  • Part 1 Civic Power and Electoral Politics Part 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Country Reports Chapter 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 5 Survey Methodology Chapter 6 Tables and Ratings Part 7 Table of Independent Countries Part 8 Table of Disputed Territories Part 9 Table of Related Territories Part 10 Combined Average Ratings: Independent Countries Part 11 Combined Average Ratings: Related and Disputed Territories Part 12 Table of Electoral Democracies Part 13 The Survey Team Part 14 Selected Sources Part 15 Freedom House Board of Trustees Part 16 About Freedom House

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[目次]

  • Part 1 Civic Power and Electoral Politics Part 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Country Reports Chapter 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 5 Survey Methodology Chapter 6 Tables and Ratings Part 7 Table of Independent Countries Part 8 Table of Disputed Territories Part 9 Table of Related Territories Part 10 Combined Average Ratings: Independent Countries Part 11 Combined Average Ratings: Related and Disputed Territories Part 12 Table of Electoral Democracies Part 13 The Survey Team Part 14 Selected Sources Part 15 Freedom House Board of Trustees Part 16 About Freedom House

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  • Part 1 Middle East Progress and Global Gains Part 2 Introduction Part 3 Country Reports Part 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Part 5 Survey Methodology Part 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 Table of Independent Countries Chapter 8 Table of Disputed Territories Chapter 9 Table of Related Territories Chapter 10 Combined Average Ratings: Independent Countries Chapter 11 Combined Average Ratings: Related and Disputed Territories Chapter 12 Table of Electoral Democracies Part 13 The Survey Team Part 14 Selected Sources Part 15 Freedom House Board of Trustees Part 16 About Freedom House

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[目次]

  • Part 2 Introduction Part 3 Country Reports Part 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Part 5 Survey Methodology Part 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 Table of Independent Countries Chapter 8 Table of Disputed Territories Chapter 9 Table of Related Territories Chapter 10 Combined Average Ratings: Independent Countries Chapter 11 Combined Average Ratings: Related and Disputed Territories Chapter 12 Table of Electoral Democracies Part 13 The Survey Team Part 14 Selected Sources Part 15 Freedom House Board of Trustees Part 16 About Freedom House

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[目次]

  • Part 2 Introduction Part 3 Country Reports Part 4 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Part 5 Survey Methodology Part 6 Tables and Ratings Chapter 7 Table of Independent Countries Chapter 8 Table of Disputed Territories Chapter 9 Table of Related Territories Chapter 10 Combined Average Ratings: Independent Countries Chapter 11 Combined Average Ratings: Related and Disputed Territories Chapter 12 Table of Electoral Democracies Part 13 The Survey Team Part 14 Selected Sources Part 15 Freedom House Board of Trustees Part 16 About Freedom House

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[目次]

  • Chapter 1 The Survey Team Chapter 2 Liberty's Expansion in a Turbulent World: Thirty Years of the Survey of Freedom Chapter 3 The Future of Democracy in Latin America Chapter 4 The Implications of Ethno-National Conflict Chapter 5 Introduction Chapter 6 Country Reports Chapter 7 Related and Disputed Territory Reports Chapter 8 Survey Methodology Chapter 9 Tables and Ratings Chapter 10 Sources

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書名 Freedom in the world : political rights and civil liberties
著作者等 Gastil, Raymond D.
Karatnycky, Adrian
Piano, Aili
Puddington, Arch
Repucci, Sarah
Aghekyan Elen
Anderson Martin Edwin
Dunham Jennifer
Eiss Camille
Freedom House Survey Team Staff
Freedom House
Gastil Raymond D
Gastil
Guida Kristen
Kaplan Roger
Nelson Bret
Neubauer Katrina
Rosenberg Mark Y.
Roylance Tyler
Szamuely George
Unknown
Young Eliza
et al
etc.
Freedom House Survey Team
書名別名 Freedom in the world : the annual survey of political rights and civil liberties

Freedom in the world : the annual survey of political rights & civil liberties
シリーズ名 A Freedom House book
巻冊次 1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983-1984
1984-1985
1985-1986
1986-1987
1988-1989
1990-1991
1991-1992
1992-1993
1993-1994
1994-1995
1995-1996
1996-1997
1997-1998
1998-1999
1999-2000
2000-2001
2001-2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
出版元 Freedom House
刊行年月 c1978-
版表示 Rev ed
ページ数 v.
大きさ 23-25 cm
ISBN 031323177X
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0313231796
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ISSN 07326610
NCID BA0117728X
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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