7 edition of Deepening democracy? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -357) and index.
|Statement||Kenneth M. Roberts.|
|LC Classifications||JL2631 .R6 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|ISBN 10||0804731934, 0804731942|
|LC Control Number||98016557|
Deepening Democracy: Institutional Innovations in Empowered Participatory Governance Archon Fung, Author, Archon Fung, Editor, Erik Olin Wright, Editor Verso $ (p) ISBN Since the fall of long-reigning President Soeharto, in , Indonesia has been in an era of transition, away from an authoritarian regime, and on a quest for democracy. This quest started with decentralization laws implemented in , which gave greater autonomy to the regions, and continued with the direct elections for the national and local legislatures and the President in Reviews: 1.
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Deepening Democracy?: The Modern Left and Social Movements in Chile and Peru 1st Edition by Kenneth Roberts (Author)Cited by: Deepening Deepening democracy? book. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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The institutional forms of liberal democracy developed in the nineteen /5. Deepening Democracy. suggests that the new project of the Left is heavily contingent on the organization of collective actors in civil society, a process that has been disrupted by the effects of economic crises, market liberalization, and electoral competition.
The book sheds new theoretical light on the structural and institutional forces that have not only hampered the political success of the Left, but also limited the scope and quality of democratic. In Deepening Democracy, the latest volume in the Real Utopias series, Archon Fung and Erik Olin Wright have brought together cases of what they call ‘empowered participatory governance,’ cases in which popular political participation becomes a Deepening democracy?
book for equity and efficiency. In this important and fascinating book, the authors bring together the fields of psychology, gender studies, literature and political science to illuminate the impact of patriarchy on men and women and how this impact has compromised the democratic state in the past and how it will, in the long-term, threaten the realisation of full democracy not only in the United States of America but, by implication, in the many fledgling democracies Cited by: Deepening the American Dream explores the inner life of democracy, the way citizens are formed, and considers the spiritual aspects of the American dream?life, liberty, 5/5(1).
Deepening Local Democracy in Latin America provides an insight into the development of the left as a result of decentralisation and participation, by providing a detailed, comparative account of how they were opposed, badly designed or successfully supported by a Format: Paperback.
Elections are vital to democratic government, but they are not sufficient. Too often, incumbents rig elections, illicit funding or media bias distort the electoral process, and losing candidates refuse to accept the results. Where elections are marred in these ways, people lose faith in democracy and the political process, and human rights and security are put at risk.
In Deepening Democracy, the latest volume in the Real Utopias series, Archon Fung and Erik Olin Wright have brought together cases of what they call ‘empowered participatory governance,’ cases in which popular political participation becomes Author: Archon Fung.
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As a wave of transitions from authoritarian rule swept across Latin America in the 's, the idea of "deepening democracy" emerged as a guiding principle of the political Left and social movements in much of the region.
With its emphasis on grass-roots participation and popular empowerment. deepening democracy (2) the creation of formal linkages of responsibility, resource distribu- tion, and communication that connect these units to each other and to.
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Adams surveys the impact of transnational organizations and NGOs on Latin American politics since The transition from military to civilian rule in Latin American countries has benefited local progressive forces, but resilient remnants favoring the past's authoritarian politics have compelled organizations like the UN, IMF, OAS, and World Bank to engage in various.
Questions of the extent to which social movements are capable of deepening democracy in India lie at the heart of this book. In particular, the authors ask how such movements can enhance the political capacities of subaltern groups and thereby enable them to contest and challenge marginality, stigma, and exploitation.
Through a comparative analysis of two very different cases, this book shows why the deepening of democracy proved so difficult to achieve in practice.
Although the Chilean Left helped defeat a military dictator and form a new democratic regime init faced great odds in promoting reforms because of the structural and institutional /5(2). And deep democracy is the core principle and practice of worldwork.
After many seminars in the ′s, Arny published his ideas about “Deep Democracy” in book form inas The Leader as Martial Artist: An Introduction To Deep Democracy, Techniques And Strategies For Resolving Conflict and Creating Community.”.
This book maps out a rich research agenda for studies for deepening democracy in Africa. Included in this agenda are studies of the diffusion effects of political procedures into the social and private spheres and also studies of the technologies of citizenship and by: 4. This book examines certain changes in the political make-up of Karnataka, between the early s and the late s, which, in turn, led to the birth of a unique democracy in the by: 2.