Legitimacy In An Age Of Global Politics by A. HurrelmannLegitimacy In An Age Of Global Politics by A. Hurrelmann

Legitimacy In An Age Of Global Politics

EditorA. Hurrelmann, S. Schneider, J. Steffek

Hardcover | October 11, 2007

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In spite of the lack of plausible alternatives to liberal democracy, the age of globalization has ushered in serious challenges to the democratic legitimacy of the nation state. The contributors in this collection explore the frontiers of normative and empirical legitimacy research, drawing upon a range of key conceptual and methodological issues.
HEIDRUN ABROMEIT Professor of Comparative Politics, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany RODNEY BARKER Professor of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK IAN CLARK Professor of International Politics, University of Wales, UK ANDREAS FØLLESDAL Director of Research and Professor of Political Philosophy...
Title:Legitimacy In An Age Of Global PoliticsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pagesPublished:October 11, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230518109

ISBN - 13:9780230518100

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Legitimacy in an Age of Global Politics; A.Hurrelmann, S.Schneider & J.Steffek PART ONE: LEGITIMACY AND LEGITIMATION: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Democratic Legitimation: What is It, Who Wants It, and Why?; R.Barker Criteria of Democratic Legitimacy; H.Abromeit & M.Stoiber Legitimacy, Authority, and Political Obligation; G.Klosko Legitimacy and the Practice of Political Judgement; S.Mulligan PART TWO: LEGITIMACY AND LEGITIMATION: EMPIRICAL APPROACHES Political Beliefs and Attitudes: Legitimacy in Public Opinion Research; B.Westle Exploring the Communicative Dimension of Legitimacy: Text Analytical Approaches; S.Schneider, F.meier & A.Hurrelmann Challenging Legitimacy: Repertoires of Contention, Political Claims-Making, and Collective Action Frames; S.Haunss PART THREE: INTERNATIONALIZATION AND THE LEGITIMACY OF GOVERNANCE ARRANGEMENTS BEYOND THE DEMOCRATIC NATION STATE Legitimacy in International Relations: From State Compliance to Citizen Consensus; J.Steffek Legitimacy in International or World Society?; I.Clark Legitimacy Deficits Beyond the State: Diagnoses and Cures; A. Føllesdal Conclusion; A.Hurrelmann, S.Schneider & J.Steffek