2 edition of Direct action and democratic politics found in the catalog.
Direct action and democratic politics
|Series||Acton Society studies, 1, Acton Society studies -- 1|
|Contributions||Smith, Trevor A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
"This rigorous and stimulating book reveals how the labor and Christian Right movements joined direct action with partisan maneuver—and transformed American politics. When Movements Anchor Parties peers through the rancorous politics of our time to provide a fresh interpretation of how the Democratic and Republican Parties have become so. The Politics of Nonviolent Action: A Critical Review Article (PDF Available) in Central European Journal of International and Security Studies 3(2) January with 5, ReadsAuthor: Richard Lappin.
"Power without Persuasion will be an enormously influential book on the presidency and American political institutions. It promises to change scholars' thinking about presidential policymaking and, in doing so, become a catalyst for future work. In past decades, democratic theory has been on the defensive, largely as a result of the disappointments of democratic practice. The essays in this volume reflect critically on the theory in the light of those failures and with the corresponding assumption of an indissoluble connection between theory and practice. If theory maintains a monastic impeccability, untouched by the world, it will be.
Charles Tilly, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Third, in relatively democratic regimes an important share of collective action centers not on specific programs but on identity claims: the public assertion that a group or a constituency it represents is worthy, united, numerous, and committed (WUNC). The return to public assemblies and direct democratic methods in the wave of the global "squares movements" since has rejuvenated interest in forms of council organisation and action. The European council movements, which developed in the immediate post-First World War era, were the most impressive of a number of attempts to develop Author: James Muldoon.
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First published in Militant protest is not new to British politics, but the widespread recourse to direct action, in Britain and abroad, is unprecedented. This book was the first comprehensive examination of contemporary protest in the British by: 3.
Patterns of protest in English history / V.G. Kiernan --The threshold of violence / Robert Benewick --Liberal rationality and political violence / Bhikhu Parekh --Three languages of change: democracy, technocracy and direct action / Elizabeth Vallance --The study of violence / Robin Jenkins --Law and order in comparative perspective / Robert.
First published in Militant protest is not new to British politics, but the widespread recourse to direct action, in Britain and abroad, is unprecedented. This book was the first comprehensive examination of contemporary protest in the Briti.
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Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. The relationship between direct action and democratic politics remains a matter of considerable dispute within both democratic practice and democratic theory.
There is ongoing debate about the nature of this kind of activism, its moral status, and its broader role in the ebb and flow of political life. Direct democracy or pure democracy is a form of democracy in which people decide on policy initiatives directly.
This differs from the majority of currently established democracies, which are representative theory and practice of direct democracy and participation as its common characteristic was the core of work of many theorists, philosophers and politicians, among whom the. This book explores how movements that are explicitly anti-pluralist in nature still manage to succeed electorally within a democratic framework which they themselves reject.
The book studies the ideologies and practices of the successful but minor affiliate of the Hindu nationalist movement: the Shiv Sena, a party which has dominated the political scene in Maharashtra—especially in its.
It tells how, freed from the shackles of party politics, Independents for Frome swept the board at the local elections of and It also draws on the experiences of other places who have gone independent and provides the tools for taking positive action to reclaim local politics.
Buy the book. In her book “Democratic Reason: Politics, Landemore took direct aim at modern democratic representation. Ask people to picture deliberation in action, and, these days, they might think of Author: Nathan Heller.
The fruits of that labor—a concise and comprehensive book called Direct Action in engaging with the Democratic party at a grassroots level in a way that you know, the left has mostly. In what ways are the meaning and practice of politics changing.
Why might so many people feel dissatisfied with and disaffected by electoral politics. What approaches do political activists use to raise issues and mobilize people for action.
What role do the Internet and social media play in contemporary citizenship and activism. This truly interdisciplinary book offers answers to all of these.
The book assesses the processes through which non-democratic regimes change, and sometimes democratize, from cultural change and economic development to collective action and revolution. Offering a cutting-edge analysis of the complex issue of non-democratic politics, this is the perfect introduction for students with an interest in how Format: Paperback.
The return to public assemblies and direct democratic methods in the wave of the global "squares movements" since has rejuvenated interest in forms of council organisation and action. The European council movements, which developed in the immediate post-First World War era, were the most impressive of a number of attempts to develop.
But how do Swiss citizens feel about this democratic system, which relies on greater involvement from the electorate. Roughly 65% of Swiss citizens are satisfied with their government, according to Cheryl A.
Fain’s book Modern Direct Democracy in Switzerland and the American West. Nevertheless, according to Idea International, Swiss voter. ‘Democratic Innovations explains why we should not be satisfied with our received institutions of representative government. Deftly navigating this rapidly evolving field, Graham Smith shows how democratic methods such as citizen assemblies, direct legislation, and electronic participation can deepen the quality of democracy all over the world.’Cited by: The Rise and Fall of Democracy in Early America describes and explores the emergence of a directly democratic political culture in America, the Federalists' theoretical campaign against that culture, and the legacy of the struggle over democracy for politics today.
The Rise and Fall of Democracy in Early America traces the rise of democracy in America beginning with the Puritans of New England. Radically Democratic Extremism: An Interview with Joel Olson. Posted on May 26th, in AK Allies, Happenings. Many readers of this blog are probably familiar with Joel Olson, author of The Abolition of White in the day, Joel was a member of the Love and Rage anarchist federation.
He was a founding member of Phoenix Copwatch, and is currently involved with Bring the Ruckus and. CM's prose is for the most part remarkably clear, so much so that I plan to assign at least a chunk of the book in a politics class I'm teaching to non-native speakers of English in Japan.
A satisfying and relatively easy read, in both respects unlike much other political theory floating around these by: Yaron Ezrahi, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Science and the Transformation of the Modern Democratic State.
These conditions have encouraged leaders in democratic states increasingly to replace policy decisions and elaborate programs with grand political gestures (Ezrahi,).Where instant rewards can be obtained by well. By calling for a more open and contested form of democracy, in which the boundaries of what constitutes 'acceptable' behaviour are not decided in advance of actual debate, Ecological Politics and Democratic Theory is an original contribution to the literature on environmental politics.
Environmental direct action may be forgiven by voters if they can see that conventional politics are not working. Share this: Recent environmental activist protests like Extinction Rebellion are not new: groups including Earth Liberation Front and Earth First! have been using direct action tactics for decades.Democratic politics is a means through which we learn to listen and thereby discover a shared world of meaning and action — or what I call a common life.
Democratic politics understood as a set.