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CONSOCIATIONAL DEMOCRACY IN WESTERN EURO - JÜRgen Tietz

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DATUM VAN PUBLICATIE: 2002-04-01
BESTANDSGROOTTE: 5,65
ISBN: 9789053527597
TAAL: NEDERLANDS
AUTEUR: JÜRgen Tietz

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...ring the last decades, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa ... (Page 5 of 20) - New Frames in African Democratic Politics ... ... . This model of democracy is named consociational (in the Democracy in Plural Societies), consensual (in the Models of Democracy) and power-sharing democracy. According to Lijphart, it is hard but not impossible to achieve and maintain a stable democratic government in a plural society (Lijphart 1992: 9). consociational party. Recent advances in consociational theory (Luther and Deschouwer, 1999) have elaborated on the crucial role of segmental parties in consociational democracy. Political accommodation is achieved by co-operation a ... Consociational Democracy - ResearchGate ... . Political accommodation is achieved by co-operation among the elites of segmental parties that each represents a single segment of society. "Consociational democracy means government by elite cartel designed to turn a democracy with a fragmented political culture into a stable democracy" (Lijphart 1969:216). Most consociational scholars and their critics share this often-quoted core definition of consociational democracy, and it has remained unaffected by the evolution of the theory since the late 1960s. T2 - The Fate of Consociational Democracy in Western Europe, 1968-2000. A2 - Ertman, Thomas. A2 - Steiner, Jurg . PY - 2002. Y1 - 2002. M3 - Article. JO - Acta Politica. JF - Acta Politica. SN - 0001-6810. ER - Powered by Pure, Scopus & Elsevier Fingerprint Engine ... Reprinted in Kenneth McRae, ed., Consociational Democracy: Political Accommodation in Segmented Societies (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, The Carleton Library, 1974), 70-106. I shall give page references for this and other articles in McRae's convenient collection, citing it as 'McRae'. Democracy by Decree: Prospects and Limits of Imposed Consociational Democracy in Bosnia and Herzegovina. ... At St Antony's he is working on a project dealing with the state of political liberalism in the Western Balkans (concretely in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, ... con·so·ci·a·tion (kən-sō′shē-ā′shən) n. 1. Friendly or cooperative association, as between groups or organizations. 2. Ecology A subdivision of an association having one dominant species of plant. 3. A political arrangement in which various groups, such as ethnic or racial populations within a country or region, share power according to an ... Democracy developed in Western Europe out of a liberal tradition that emphasised individual rights and placed limits on state coercion (Ryan 2012, Fawcett 2014, Fukuyama 2014). In Britain, France, Germany, and even the US, mass enfranchisement arrived only after liberal thought had become entrenched. Worth mentioning here is that an agreement to build a political system base...