3 edition of Democracy Reconsidered: The Prospects of Its Theory & Practice During Internationalisation found in the catalog.
December 30, 2005
by Almqvist & Wiksell International
Written in English
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Its capture of the word ‘democracy’ is even more tortuous, a conclusion in the economic sphere that is consistent with that reached more generally by Chomsky (, p. ) from his examination of US-style democracy as imposed on Haiti, Nicaragua and elsewhere: ‘if after sufficient terror, intimidation, destruction of popular Cited by: What was needed was theory and practice articulating the complexity of race, class and gender oppressions (Hull et al. , Wallace , Collins ). If the class and race debate characterized much of the intellectual tension regarding Black life through the late s, the absence of a systematic gender lens was hardly noticed by the male.
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Democratic theory and internationalisation in Europe 1 2. A dogma of political inclusiveness and autonomy 53 3. Political autonomy during internationalisation 73 4. Deliberation during internationalisation 5. Participation during internationalisation 6.
A dogma of delegation and alienation of authority 7. Get this from a library. Democracy reconsidered: the prospects of its theory and practice during internationalisation-- Britain, France, Sweden, and the EU. [Hans Agné; Stockholms universitet. Statsvetenskapliga institutionen.].
Removing this principle from the concept of democracy implies, among other things, that empirical analysis becomes more significant, indeed necessary, for assessment of effects of globalization on by: A strong trend in normative political theory the last two decades has been to emphasize the importance of deliberation.
Democratic politics, according to this view, should be more about giving good reasons than forcing or striking deals. Arguing - discussion on the merits - rather than bargaining or voting is at the heart of democracy.
Deliberative. Hans AGNÉ of Stockholm University, Stockholm (SU) | Read 27 publications | Contact Hans AGNÉ Democracy reconsidered: the prospects of its theory and practice during internationalisation. The relationship between democracy and elites poses theoretical and practical difficulties.
This is not surprising. As Sheldon Wolin notes democracy was born in revolt – emerging from a bundle of ‘transgressive acts’ in which ‘the demos could not participate in power without shattering the class, status, and value systems by which it was excluded’ (a, p.
37).Cited by: 7. Internationalization and the Social Democratic Model Crisis and Future Prospects Article (PDF Available) in Comparative Political Studies 31(3) June with Reads. () Democracy Reconsidered: The Prospects of its Theory and Practice during Internationalisation - Britain, France, Sweden, and the EU.
Department of Political Science, Stockholm University. Debate articles and popular science (selected) “Alltför lite liberalism”. Debattartikel, Uppsala Nya Tidning, A strong trend in normative political theory the last two decades has been to emphasize the importance of deliberation.
Democratic politics, according to this view, should be more about giving good reasons than forcing or striking deals. Arguing – discussion on the merits – rather than bargaining or voting is at the heart of democracy. Deliberative. Islam and democracy - The practice and the theory confidence in the prospects for democracy in Muslim (and in particular, Arab) lands has fluctuated under the Bush administration.
maintains that a lot of Islamic history—as well as the dilemmas of modern times—should be reconsidered in the light of the robust separation between.
A related literature addresses the discint topic of how international politics affects democracy in domestic politics; see, for example, Kaiser, Karl, ‘ Transnational relations as a threat to the democratic process ’, International Organization, 3 (), pp.
– ; Agné, Hans, Democracy Reconsidered: The Prospects of its Theory Cited by: 1. If a policy P cannot for some reason be undertaken this would, according to a will of the people theory of democracy, imply a defect of democracy only if people want to pursue P, not if they do not – and hence, in some situations, democracy would be regarded as increasing simply because people change their political opinions from having desired the Cited by: Authoritarianism and the Elite Origins of Democracy systematically documents and analyzes the constitutional tools that outgoing authoritarian elites use to accomplish these ends, such as electoral system design, legislative appointments, federalism, legal immunities, Cited by: Andreas Nordang Uhre is a Ph.D.
student at the Department of Political Science. The purpose of his research is to describe how, to what extent and under which circumstances transnational business actors influence the formation, implementation and effectiveness of international environmental regimes.
See Gould, Globalizing democracy; Gould, ‘Self-determination’; Held, D., ‘Democratic accountability and political effectiveness from a cosmopolitan perspective’, Government and Opposition, 39 (), pp. – ; Caney, S., Justice beyond borders: A global political theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ).
However, human Cited by: The book examines the evolution of this company, one of the largest and most internationalized in the country, since its foundation in untilAuthor: Anthony Adamthwaite.
hope for a book which brings together a variety of these perspectives on democracy. Democratic Theory and Practice will only partially satisfy one with such a hope. It is a collection of sixteen essays, loosely organized in four sections and covering a wide range of questions about the character of existing democratic institutions.
democracy and describes various positions on 'international delega-tion' to be found in the literature. The second part examines the prospects for democratic states to recover such authority as they have delegated to international organizations.
The third part explores the theory that delegation presumes the retrievability of authority, and. This chapter considers problems associated with classifying countries as democracies and non-democracies and measuring the extent to which a country has advanced on the path of : Patrick Bernhagen.
From the late s, the internationalization of higher education in China has been motivated by a desire for realizing “the four modernizations” (of Author: Rui Yang. Scholars of democratic theory and international political economy often disagree over the effects of globalization on state autonomy.
Yet, each approach pays minimal attention to the contributions of the other to their common object of by: 3.In its book, Sub-Saharan Africa: From Crisis to Sustainable Growth, the World Bank () acknowledged the importance of the state in managing development and social change, and brought back on the agenda the pro-active role of the state in development.
However, the return of the state was now premised upon a whole series of proposals about. How Democratic Is the American Constitution? By Robert Dahl. Yale University Press, pages, $ In the Frozen Republic: How the Constitution Is Paralyzing Democracy(), Daniel Lazare points out that the U.S.
Constitution was adopted Articles of Confederation, our first governing compact, contained a Author: George Scialabba.