Global Civil Society 2007/8: Communicative Power and Democracy [PDF]

The Global Civil Society Yearbook is an annual publication produced by the Global Civil Society Programme at the Centre for the Study of Global Governance at the London School of Economics (LSE). The 387-page volume for 2007-2008 explores advances in technology, stating that they have enhanced global mass media and permitted private worldwide communication while also facilitating civil society’s own global presence. At the same time, the democratic nature of global communication appears very open to question.

Concluding words from the introductory chapter: It is the associational diversity of civil society that provides the basis for communicative democracy and a fertile contrast with the monolithic citizen-state relationship of representative democracy. On past experience the new institutions will only develop and become adequate for the tasks ahead if global civil society debates democracy and communication for itself and the world at large as explicitly as did theorists of democracy for the modern age that has past.

เว็บไซต์ The Communication Initiative Network แนะนำหนังสือ Global Civil Society 2007/8 เอาไว้ แต่ลิงก์ไป PDF เสีย – เมื่อวานเจอลิงก์ให้โหลด ที่เว็บไซต์ Center for Global Communications Studies, UPenn เลยเอามาแบ่งกัน

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Global Civil Society 2007/8: Communicative Power and Democracy

Introduction: Democracy and the Possibility of a Global Public Sphere – Martin Albrow and Marlies Glasius

Concepts

Democracy

Communicative Power

Records

เว็บไซต์ Global Civil Society Year Books ที่ LSE Global Governance (ย้อนไปถึง 2001) และที่ สนพ. SAGE

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