6 edition of The revival of civil society found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Edited by Michael G. Schechter.|
|Series||International political economy series|
|Contributions||Schechter, Michael G.|
|LC Classifications||JC336 .R48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99021893|
Co-opting Civil Society This month, tens of thousands of people marched in Budapest to cheer a speech by the prime minister in a political rally to help Fidesz win : Patrick Kingsley. That article also links to Putnam's original essay, the genesis of this book, Bowling Alone: America's Declining Social Capital in the Journal of Democracy. See also the collection of responses within Social Capital: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Civil Society by David A. Schultz [personal note: available at SFSU; HNS ]/5.
SOME QUESTIONS FOR CIVIL SOCIETY -REVIVALISTS of a recent book, Seedbeds of Virtue, is that America's most serious long-term problem is the weakening of child-raising families-said to be first and most basic among the seedbeds of virtue, or institutions of civil society-and that, accordingly, the challenge of shoring up thoseCited by: There has been a revival in the use of the concept of civil society since the s. The concept developed when the stuctural and cultural frameworks of society were vastly different. The variety of uses that it has been put to and the many new definitions that have developed calls into question its usefulness as an analytical and empirical tool.
islamic revival and Civil Society in Kazakhstan 83 Muslim (and non-Muslim) world can be categorized as either moderates or radicals. in defining these two types, i rely on Mohammed Hafez’s con- ceptualization of moderates as “individuals and groups that shun violence and insurgency as a strategy to effect social change and, instead, seek toCited by: 4. Reviving a Civil Society. Private Initiatives Strengthen Society Sunday, September 1, is the sign of a civilized people and a civil society. , issue of U.S. News & World Report trumpeted the “revival of civic life.” Among the examples it cited was that of .
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This book looks at the growing debate over the rise, importance, and consequences of civil society. E.J. Dionne puts the issues of the debate in perspective and explains the deep-rooted developments that are reflected in civil society's revival. Alan Wolfe and Jean Bethke Elshtain discuss reasons why the idea of a civil society is important today.5/5(1).
DIONNE JR. "CIVIL SOCIETY" sounds so nice that few people can believe something serious lies behind the debate the idea has provoked. Sometimes, the word "civil" is given pride of place and the phrase is taken to mean a society where people treat each other with kindness and respect, avoiding the nastiness we have come to associate with thirty-second political ads and.
Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community is a nonfiction book by Robert D. was developed from his essay entitled "Bowling Alone: America's Declining Social Capital".Putnam surveys the decline of social capital in the United States since He has described the reduction in all the forms of in-person social intercourse upon Author: Robert D.
Putnam. Can civil society prosper in an era of globalization. Can global civil society restrain some of the negative consequences of economic globalization. Through a series of unique case studies and theoretical inquiries, this volume provides a set of concrete answers to questions such as these.
/ Alan Wolfe --Not a cure-all: civil society creates citizens, it does not solve problems / Jean Bethke Elshtain --America's civic condition: a glance at the evidence / William A. Galston and Peter Levine --Don't blame big government: America's voluntary groups thrive in a national network / Theda Skocpol --All community is local: the key.
The Revival The revival of civil society book Civil Society Global and Comparative Perspectives. Editors: Schechter, Michael G. (Ed.) Free Preview. Get this from a library. Community works: the revival of civil society in America.
[E J Dionne, Jr.;] -- "This book explores the quest for community at the turn of the century. It examines why the idea of civil society has become so popular and why so much hope has been invested in the voluntary sector.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Community Works: The Revival of Civil Society in America at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1). Community Works is a diverse collection of essays, or if you prefer, a buffet of ideas, that provides substantial food for thought about civil society in the United States.
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Characterized as representing the “revolutionary approach” to civil society analysis, wherein the focus is on the transformative potential of civil society in relation to the state. In particular, the book addresses the ways in which civil society has the capacity to challenge authoritarian regimes.
Locke, John. Abstract. At the opening of the new century, few concepts possess as much political currency as that of civil normally restrained New York Times reports: “In the world of ideas, civil society is hot.
It is almost impossible to read an article on foreign or domestic policy without coming across some mention of the concept.” 1 The visibility (as well as the vitality) of the Author: Omar G.
Encarnación. The Collapse and Revival of American Community The book will be of interest to scholars in the social movement field as well as political scientists, sociologists, and general readers Author: Manès Weisskircher.
The book contains many interesting and useful insights. People who want to understand the history of civil society simply have to read Louis Hunt’s study, and people who have ever wondered whether developing NGOs will deliver civil society goals should read Kimberly Stanton.
Indeed, any serious student of civil society should read this book. It is (somewhat) a book of its time, the lates, early 90s, when the concept of civil society had been thoroughly placed on both the theoretical and political agenda by the fall of Communism. But it thoroughly discusses the revival of the idea of civil society and its continuing relevance.3/5(5).
Book description: The past two decades have witnessed a revival of the concept of ‘civil society’. From East Central Europe to Latin America and East Asia to the recent calls for a ‘European civil society’ and a ‘global civil society’, the concept signifies the need for national and supra–national Pages: The book’s clearly argued and well-supported position raises two questions and sets out a new research agenda for scholars interested in questions of civil society and the state.
First, Japan stands out in early twenty-first-century affairs as a relatively homogeneous nation, especially in comparison to other advanced, industrial democracies.
Community Works: The Revival of Civil Society in America by E J Dionne, Jr. (Editor) starting at $ Community Works: The Revival of Civil Society in America has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. However, as Seligman shows, the erosion of the very moral beliefs and philosophical assumptions upon which the idea of civil society was founded makes its revival much more difficult than is generally the countries of East-Central Europe struggle to create liberal democracy and the United States and other Western nations attempt.
This book looks at the growing debate over the rise, importance, and consequences of civil society. E.J. Dionne puts the issues of the debate in perspective and explains the deep-rooted developments that are reflected in civil society's revival. Alan Wolfe and Jean Bethke Elshtain discuss reasons why the idea of a civil society is important today.5/5(89).
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The book evolves into a contemporary analysis of women’s movements in Turkey where Chapter Three covers the period after the s and the revival of civil society in the country. Themes like air pollution, health, environment, education, human rights, religious and/or ethnic identity, the European Union process, all start to circulate in the.How the Book Proceeds 32 2 Civil Society as a Public Sphere 33 A Historical Approach 35 The Revival of Civil Society 41 Writing the Public Out of Civil Society 43 Civil Society and Political Society 47 Bringing the Public Sphere Back In 50 NGOs and the Public Sphere 54 Conclusion 58 3 The NGOization of Civil Society 60 What Is NGOization?