Martin, Albrow.

Global civil society 2007/8 : communicative power and democracy - London : SAGE Publications, 2008. - xiii, 387 : ill. ; 23 cm.

Includes Index.

PART ONE: CONCEPTS Democracy, Global Publics and World Opinion - Vincent Price Democracy and Globalization - Mary Kaldor Civil Society and the Global Market for Loyalties - Monroe E Price PART TWO: DEMOCRACY Democracy Promotion and Civil Society - Armine Ishkanian Global Civil Society and Illiberal Regimes - Mary Kaldor and Denise Kostovicova Deepening Democracy in Latin America - Miguel Darcy de Oliveira Accountability in a Globalising World - Helmut Anheier and Amber Hawkes PART THREE: COMMUNICATIVE POWER Democratic Advance or Retreat? Communicative Power and Current Media Developments - James Deane Voices of Global Civil Society: Cartoonists, Comic Strip Artists and Graphic Novelists Media Spaces: Innovation and Activism - Clifford Bob, Jonathan Haynes, Victor Pickard, Thomas Keenan and Nick Couldry Language and Global Politics - Sabine Selchow De-Naturalising the 'Global' PART FOUR: RECORDS Diffusion Models and Global Civil Society - Helmut Anheier, Hagai Katz and Marcus Lam Data Programme Chronology - Compiled my Jill Timms Table of contents

Focusing on the relationships between civil society activity across the political spectrum, communications and democratic change, this title explores how activists and organisations are exploiting the effects of globalisation to create or expand spaces for debate and discussion.



9781412948012 Paper back 1412948010

Civil society Globalization Communication Social sciences

323.042 / GLO 2008

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