Associative Democracy: The Real Third Way
Paul Q. Hirst, Veit Bader, Veit-Michael Bader
Psychology Press, 2001 - Political Science - 213 pages
This book aims to unlock the current crisis in democratic accountability by supplementing representative democracy with democratic governance in civil society.
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actors associationalism associationalist associative democracy autonomy Bader Beck Beck’s Bohman Cambridge citizens civil society co-management Cohen 86 Rogers Cohen and Rogers competition concept conﬂict constitution context contribute cooperation corporate corporatism critical cultural Danish debate decentralised decision decision-making deliberation deliberative democracy deliberative poll democratic Denmark discuss distinct communities effective egalitarian environmental ethnic European example existing federal formal forms free schools Fritz Scharpf functional global globalisation group representation groups Hirst and Thompson Hoekema important indigenous individual inequalities institutional pluralism interests internal issues joint-decision legal pluralism legislation liberal liberal democracy mechanism modern moral neo-corporatist neo-liberal normative organisations participation Paul Hirst pluralist political theory practices principles problems procedures proposals question reﬂexive reform representation representative democracy risk society Sabel Scharpf Schmitter self-rule social sovereignty specific Streeck structure territorial traditional transformation voluntary associations welfare