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This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book shows how people's knowledge and understanding of democratization are enriched by studying through the lens of multidisciplinarity and from a broadly-based comparative analysis. It takes the form of authentic accounts by specialists of what their own subject brings to the study of democratization. The book also addresses a number of key questions in respect of different countries' discipline or region of special interest. It then addresses these prompts each in their own way. In doing so, they reveal not just the issues for which their discipline or area studies demand priority but also their own insights and answers. Furthermore, the book details a variety of types of social grouping, including especially social movements, but not necessarily political parties, as being in the vanguard pressing for change.

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