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Tables of Contents for The Changing Nature of Democracy
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1 Introduction: The changing nature of democracy
1
20
Takashi Inoguchi
Edward Newman
John Keane
Definitions and criteria
21
48
2 Some basic assumptions about the consolidation of democracy
23
14
Philippe C. Schmitter
3 Fifty years after the "Great Transformation": Reflections on social order and political agency
37
11
Claus Offe
4 Toward consolidated democracies
48
21
Juan J. Linz
Alfred Stepan
Democracy and social framework
69
48
5 Democracy and constitutionalism
71
16
Jean Blondel
6 Mass media and participatory democracy
87
14
Elihu Katz
7 Party representation in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan
101
16
J.A.A. Stockwin
Democracy and global forces
117
54
8 The democratization process and the market
119
17
Mihaly Simai
9 Political representation and economic competitiveness: Is a new democratic synthesis conceivable?
136
21
Ian Marsh
10 A structure for peace: A democratic, interdependent, and institutionalized order
157
14
Bruce Russett
Regional characteristics of democracy
171
58
11 Asian-style democracy?
173
11
Takashi Inoguchi
12 Post-communist Europe: Comparative reflections
184
29
Alfred Stepan
Juan J. Linz
13 Religion and democracy: The case of Islam, civil society, and democracy
213
16
Saad Eddin Ibrahim
Invigorating democratic ideas and institutions
229
37
14 The Philadelphia model
231
13
John Keane
15 Democracy at the United Nations
244
11
Daniele Archibugi
16 A meditation on democracy
255
11
Bernard Crick
Contributors
266
4
Index
270