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In the analysis of path-dependent institutions, the concept of critical juncture refers to situations of uncertainty in which decisions of important actors are causally decisive for the selection of one path of institutional development over other possible paths.
The chapter parses the potentialities and the limitations of the concept in comparative-historical analysis, and proposes analytical. Critical junctures launch nations down their respective dependent paths.
Because of small differences in initial conditions, the same critical juncture can send nations in radically different directions. But a lot is murky here in terms of understanding the historical foundation of a particular critical juncture.
A Critical Juncture book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A publication of:Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)Nati Pages: Critical Juncture. likes. Critical Juncture is a grad student – young faculty led conference held at Emory critical juncture book These have generally been the object of critical juncture analysis in CHA in both political science and sociology.
Second, within CHA, the concept of critical juncture applies only to the analysis of path-dependent institutions and not to all forms of institutional development.
The analysis of critical junctures is a part of path dependence Cited by: Critical juncture analysis is popular in comparative-historical analysis (CHA) since it provides tools for studying the political origins and reform of important institutional arrangements that exert a long-lasting influence on their social and political Size: KB.
Today the church in America stands at a critical juncture. Inin his book The Coming Revival, Bill Bright, one of our premier spiritual fathers, called 2 million Americans to fast and pray for 40 days because of the dire state of our nation and our great need for revival.
Afro-Cuban Literature: Critical Juncture, by Edward J. Mullen. Westport: Greenwood, pp. ISBN cloth. Two interrelated concerns are interwoven in Edward Mullen's measured new analysis of Afro-Hispanism in Cuba, an important contribution to the deconstruction of Julio Le Riverend's literary "black zone" stretching from Virginia to Rio.
He aims both to explore the African Author: Benita Sampedro. A critical juncture is an episode of pivotal transformation, during which an institution undergoes fundamental and revolutionary change.
Critical junctures are unlike other changes because critical junctures are not incremental: They are one-time episodes with lasting consequences.
The ‘critical juncture’ of the s marked the end of decades of seemingly inevitable progress towards more equal societies, and the resurgence of a financialised capitalism. This volume presents a range of critical perspectives that help to unwrap the mysteries of mobile financial capital.'.
Yet, over time more variables could affect the outcome of interest, meaning critical junctures probably play less of a role. The first chapter defines components of a critical juncture and the baseline for comparison, but still leaves the reader unsure as to how to identify a critical juncture and distinguish it from other explanatory variables/5.
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J uncture (critical juncture) has been defined both as a “point where things join,” and “period where things join.” For present purposes, the idea of a “period were things join” is more appropriate.
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Define critical. critical synonyms, critical pronunciation, critical translation, English dictionary definition of critical. adj. Judging severely and finding fault: a writer.
Get this from a library. Critical junctures in mobile capital. [Jocelyn Pixley; Helena Flam;] -- "During the recent financial crisis, the conflict between sovereign states and banks over who controls the creation of money was thrown into sharp relief.
This collection investigates the. Path dependence has primarily been used in comparative-historical analyses of the development and persistence of institutions, whether they be social, political, or cultural.
There are arguably two types of path-dependent processes: One is the "critical juncture" framework, most notably utilized by Ruth and David Collier in political science.
The Study of Critical Junctures: Theory, Narrative and Counterfactuals in Institutional Theory Article (PDF Available) in World Politics 59(03) April with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Humans, us, we, are at a crossroads, a critical juncture in our evolution on a “Pale Blue Dot” voyaging through the Universe. A mindless, moral-less, belief-less, dangerous, microscopic virus is bringing us great clarity if we allow ourselves to see.
It is trumpeting the words of Sagan if we allow ourselves to hear. Today the church in America stands at a critical juncture. Inin his book The Coming Revival, Bill Bright, one of our premier spiritual fathers, called two million Americans to fast and pray for forty days because of the dire state of our nation Author: Allen Hood.