4 edition of Vital democracy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-233) and index.
|Statement||Frank Hendriks ; translated by R. Stuve|
|LC Classifications||JC423 .H46614 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2009942566|
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Vital Democracy outlines a theory of democracy in action, based on four elementary forms of democracy – pendulum, consensus, voter, and participatory democracy – that are thoroughly analysed, compared, and related to both the literature and the real world of democracy.
Just as a few primary colours produce an array of shades, a few basic models of democracy appear, the author argues, to Author: Frank Hendriks. Vital Democracy outlines a theory of democracy in action, based on four elementary forms of democracy--pendulum, consensus, voter and participatory democracy--that are thoroughly analyzed, compared and related to both the literature and the real world of democracy.
Vital Democracy outlines a theory of democracy in action, based on four elementary forms of democracy--pendulum, consensus, voter and participatory democracy--that are thoroughly analyzed, compared and related to both the literature Vital democracy book the real world of democracy.
Just like a few primary colors produce an array of shades, a few basic models of democracy appear, the author argues, Vital democracy book Cited by: Sign in using your VitalSource Bookshelf email.
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[Frank Hendriks] -- This text outlines a theory of democracy in action, based on four elementary forms of democracy - pendulum, consensus, voter and participatory democracy - that are thoroughly analysed, compared and.
Vital Democracy outlines a theory of democracy in action, based on four elementary forms of democracy - pendulum, consensus, voter and participatory democracy - that are thoroughly analysed, compared and related to both the literature and the real world of : OUP Oxford. Get this from a library.
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