What Can Democratic Participation Mean Today?

          WARREN Mark E. (2002), "What Can Democratic Participation Mean Today?",Political Theory, n°30/5, pp.677-701.  

 

Plan de l'article

  The Problem of Diminished Democratic Expectations The New Landscape of Democracy
  • Globalization
  • Differentiation
  • Complexity
  • Pluralization and Reflexivity
Eight Guidelines for Progressive Democratic Theory
  1. Democracy Ought to Follow Politics, Not Political Institutions
  2. Opportunities for Democratic Participation in Formal Political Institutions May Be Limited, but Opportunities in Society and Economy Are Not
  3. Political Association Based on Territory Limits the Scope of Participation; Association Based on Issues Does Not
  4. Issue- and Sector -Based Devolution Provide Targets of Opportunity for Democratic Participation
  5. The Reflexive State: Using Law to Structure Democratic Processes
  6. Democratizing Society Democratizes the State
  7. Even Progressive Democracy Is Subject to the Division of Labor
  8. Democratic Equality Is Complex Equality
   

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