Models of Democracy: Forms and Variations on the Democratic Problem
by Ricardo Valentim with contribution by Stephen Squibb
Models of Democracy combines lucid exposition and clarity of expression with careful scholarship and originality, making it highly attractive to students and experts in the field. Moving deftly from Athens to Jakarta, between revolt, aspiration, and equality, Models of Democracy is a tour de force that can dissect an entire society with a single phrase. Leaders in the field of democracy studies, Openshaw and Reggie provide a broad, authoritative survey of international trends and evolving academic thinking concerning the development and maintenance of democracies worldwide. Through analytic examples from proto-democratic societies to the present day, and complex comparisons of multiple regimes since World War II, Models of Democracy makes the case for recasting current theories of democracy, democratization, and de-democratization.
Published by Fundação de Serralves, Porto
Paperback, 9 1/4 x 6 1/8 inches / 235 x 156 mm
Images 30 black and white, thermal-print library receipt
Temporarily out of stock.
The edition is limited to three hundred copies, which have been printed for sale as a trade edition.