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Civil Society in the Global South
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1. Introduction - civil society in the global South Palash Kamruzzaman

2. Civil Society in China: Historical Evolution, Ongoing Transformation, and Future Prospects Zixue Tai

3. Reconsidering the Concept of Civil Society: Insights from the Experiences of Thailand Thorn Pitidol

4. Re-Emerging Civic Activism: Restoring the "Eco-System" of the Armenian Civil Society Yevgenya Jenny Paturyan and Valentina Gevorgyan

5. The Changing Roles and Impacts of Civil Societies / NGOs in Nepal Medani P. Bhandari and Krishna.P. Oli

6. Civil Society in Zimbabwe: Continuity and Change Davison Muchadenyika

7. The Multiple Faces of Civil Society in India Sarbeswar Sahoo

8. The Coalescence of the Displaced: Syrian Civil Society beyond Borders Tamara Al-Om

9. Putting the T in LGBT: Trans and gender diverse (in)visibility and activism in South Africa Zaynab Essack, Natasha Van der Pol, Sandile Ndelu, Joshua Sehoole, L. Leigh Ann van der Merwe and Heidi van Rooyen

10. "Menyicil Keadilan" (Installing Justice): Civil Society and Transitional Justice in Indonesia Sri Lestari Wahyuningroem

11. Authoritarian Neoliberalism and Islamist Civil Society in Turkey Zeynep Atalay

12. Symbolic Power and Brazilian Civil Society in an Age of Globalism and Populism Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira

13. Postcolonial perspectives on civil society in Mozambique: Towards an alternative approach for research and action Abdul Ilal, Tanja Kleibl, Ronaldo Munck

14. Civil Society in Mexico: From theory to practice Alberto J. Olvera

About the Author

Palash Kamruzzaman is a senior lecturer in politics and international development at the University of South Wales, UK.

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"Debates about the historical origins and character of civil society have become increasingly complex. The consequence is that empirical analyses of a wide variety of cases are required more than ever to develop plausible new generalisations about civil society and its prospects, especially amidst the contradictions arising from a neoliberalised world, which vary in their manifestations according to specific contexts. This is the important service that is provided by this important collection of essays. Together, they constitute a much-needed intervention into discussions that too often begin with wildly differing assumptions." - Professor Vedi R. Hadiz, Director and Professor of Asian Studies, Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Author of Localising Power in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia

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