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Democracy (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 292
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Issues in Political Theory

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This wide-ranging text identifies and assesses the main conceptions of democracy from participationist to elitist. It proceeds to consider in detail a range of key issues in democratic theory in relation to which these...

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This wide-ranging text identifies and assesses the main conceptions of democracy from participationist to elitist. It proceeds to consider in detail a range of key issues in democratic theory in relation to which these conceptions can be distinguished.

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A substantially revised and expanded new edition of a highly regarded text by a leading political theorist
  Provides and up to date overview for students of a key topic in political theory as well as making its own original contribution to the debate

Preface to the Second Edition
The Theoretical Challenge of Democracy
Forms of Democratic Government
The Justification of Democracy
Deliberation , Consensus and Political Equality
Participation as Democracy, Participation in Democracy
From Conceptions of Representation to Systems of Representation
Aggregation, Unanimity and Majority Rule
Democracy, Rights and Constitutionalism?
The Boundaries of Inclusion
International Relations and Democratic Ideals
Epilogue: The Democratic Reform of Democracy.

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ALBERT WEALE is Professor of Government, University of Essex, UK

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ALBERT WEALE is Professor of Government, University of Essex, UK

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