Democracy in Crisis?: Politics, Governance and Policy by Yannis Papadopoulos

Democracy in Crisis?: Politics, Governance and Policy

byYannis Papadopoulos

Paperback | August 30, 2013

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This major new text provides an original and comprehensive assessment of key contemporary trends in democratic politics and governance across major established democracies of the world.

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IOANNIS PAPADOPOULOS is Professor Political Science, University of LAusanne.
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Title:Democracy in Crisis?: Politics, Governance and PolicyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.02 inPublished:August 30, 2013Publisher:Macmillan Education UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230536980

ISBN - 13:9780230536982

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Table of Contents

1. Party Democracy Challenged
2. Mediatization and Audience Democracy
3. Internationalization, Europeanization and Multi-Level Governance
4. Collaborative Governance and Cooperative Policy-Making
5. Empowering the Citizen or the Customer?
6. Limits to Majority Rule: Agentification and Judicialization
7. The Winter of Democracy?

Editorial Reviews

'Makes a strong and provocative argument that as democracy has spread to more nations internationally, it has become hollowed out as a means of popular governance. This is a significant book that asks important questions and its synthesis of diverse literatures makes a valuable contribution to the on-going debate on how democracy is changing.' - Russell Dalton, University of California, Irvine, US