Dictatorship, Democracy and Political change
Are we no longer a functioning democracy & are we really a plutocracy?
The aim of this research work is to outline methods that use central social scientific approaches to analyze the Political changes in the Arab world with an overall concentration on Arab Spring.
As well as defining Dictatorial phases and democratic changes.
Thus, the research attempts to contribute to the explanation and description of political change in the Middle East with reference to relevant social science theories.
As the subject of the work is very much in flux.
As to plutonomy or plutarchy it defines a society or a system ruled and dominated by the small minority of the wealthiest citizens.
The concept of plutocracy may be advocated by the wealthy classes of a society in an indirect or surreptitious fashion, though the term itself is almost always used in a pejorative sense.
Yildirim is an Associate Editor of World Research Journal of Political Science.
Based in Turkey, he contributes to numerous world-wide publications on science and the environment and has published many scientific reports on comparative political analysis of Middle eastern world.