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Is Democracy in Crisis? Our IGPA Fellows and Affiliates share their views

Tue 6 January 2015

Democratic Theory published a special edition of their journal at the conclusion of 2014 titled, The Crisis of Democracy: Which Crisis? Which Democracy? which features many of our distinguished IGPA Fellows and Affiliates.

This special issues followed on from a two day workshop hosted by the Instittue examining the crisis of democracy. A list of the IGPA Fellow contributions can be found below:

EDITORIAL

The Crisis of Democracy: Which Crisis? Which Democracy? - Selen A. Ercan and Jean-Paul Gagnon

 

IS DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS?

The “Democracy-Politics Paradox”: The Dynamics of Political Alienation - Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans

What Is the Nature of the Crisis of Democracy and What Can We Do About It - David Marsh

Crisis of Democracy? Recognizing the Democratic Potential of Alternative Forms of Political Participation - Brendan McCaffrie and Sadiya Akram

 

WHICH CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY?

  • Family Squabbles: Beyond the Conflict-Consensus Divide - Henrik P. Bang
  • Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them: Why Politicians Matter- Paul Fawcett
  • Deliberative Democracy: Bringing the System Back In - Michael Jensen
  • Citizen Forums in the Deliberative System - Andrea Felicetti

 

WHICH DEMOCRACY IS IN CRISIS?

  • Participation without Deliberation: The Crisis of Venezuelan Democracy - Nicole Curato
  • Forms of Political Participation Used within Forest Certification - Lain Dare
  • Failure in Representation at the Local Government Level?: A Case Study - Dugald Monro

 

This is the second volume of the peer reviewed journal, published and distributed Berghahn. For more infomration on the publication, please visit the Berghahn website.

 

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