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Reflecting on Fifty Years of Democratic Theory

Carole Pateman in Conversation with Graham Smith

Carole Pateman and Graham Smith

't know. I went there in 2015 and got the impression that participatory budgeting had already probably peaked. Smith: We seem to be getting back to your earlier point that we don't spend enough time thinking about what it means to democratize the

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A Radical Democratic Lens to Rejuvenating European Union Democracy Support

Thinking about the Political with a Capital P

Nathan Vandeputte

fact such support should be abolished, and if not, whether such support itself must or could be democratized through including—rather than excluding—more plural perspectives of democracy ( Koelble and Lipuma 2008 ; Kurki 2013 ; Rutazibwa 2014

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The Rise of Despotic Majoritarianism

Benjamin Abrams

institutions, a balance of powers, and an independent judiciary. Such a model has been widely exported and promoted by Western powers for almost a century and persists as the backbone of global democratization discourse ( Dryzek and Holmes 2002 ; Huntington

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Beyond Deliberative Systems

Pluralizing the Debate

Hans Asenbaum

interconnection between and democratization of economic, societal, and political configurations. They rethink the very principles that current societies are built on and suggest moving from current competition to collaborative commoning. The poststructuralist

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Book Reviews

Dominik Austrup, Marion Repetti, Andreas Avgousti, Th. W. Bottelier, and Antonin Lacelle-Webster

discussion on how these new trends threaten or transform democracies. In her conclusions, Dimova emphasizes the democratization of the access to political debate in the Media Age, and the globalization of democratic systems, but also their complexification

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Democracy, Ethics, and Neoliberalism in Latin America

Juan M. del Nido

aligned with general discourses of neoliberalism as a state-shrinking project, but only to reallocate money to fund loans and grants aimed at promoting small and medium businesses in a process of “economic democratization” (62). This intervention involved

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Televised Election Debates in a Deliberative System

The Role of Framing and Emotions

Emma Turkenburg

-9477.2007.00175.x . ADRWG (Annenberg Debate Reform Working Group) . 2015 . Democratizing the Debates . Philadelphia : Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania . Altheide , David L. 2006 . “ Terrorism and the Politics of Fear