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Popular Democracy: the paradoxes of participation (2017)

Popular, Democracy, paradoxes, participation

With this book, Gianpaolo Baiocchi and Ernesto Ganuza consider the opportunities and challenges of democratic participation. Examining how one mechanism of participation has traveled the world—with its inception in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and spread to Europe and North America—they show how participatory instruments have become more focused on the formation of public opinion and are far less attentive to, or able to influence, actual reform. Though the current impact and benefit of participatory forms of government is far more ambiguous than its advocates would suggest, Popular Democracy concludes with suggestions of how participation could better achieve its political ideals.

 

 


Autores

Baiocchi, G. y Ernesto Ganuza

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libros / partes de libros

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Popular Democracy: the paradoxes of participation

 

 

Editor

Stanford University Press