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by Mark E. Warren
Author: Mark E. Warren
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 28, 1999)
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Although these trends are often thought to be bad for democracy, the relationship between democracy and trust is paradoxical
Although these trends are often thought to be bad for democracy, the relationship between democracy and trust is paradoxical. Trust can develop where interests converge, but in politics interests conflict. Democracy recognizes that politics does not provide a natural terrain for robust trust relations, and so includes a healthy distrust of the interests of others, especially the powerful.
the volume makes a valuabe contribution to the study of trust and democracy. Virginia A Chanley, Political Theory. Is declining trust in government and in other citizens bad for democracy? Bringing together social science and political theory, this book analyses the relationship between democracy and trust.
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Mark Warren ProfessorHarold and Dorrie Merilees Chair in the Study of Democracy . In Democracy and Trust. Cambridge University Press, 1999, 310-345.
Mark Warren ProfessorHarold and Dorrie Merilees Chair in the Study of Democracy 604-822-4355 mark. Articles and Book Chapters: Can Proportional Representation Lead to Better Political System Performance? In Should We Change How We Vote?.
Institutionalizing deliberative democracy. Deliberation, Participation and Democracy, 272-288, 2007. Two Trust-Based Uses of Minipublics in Democratic Systems. MK MacKenzie, ME Warren. Deliberative Systems, 2012. Deliberative democracy.
Home Browse Books Book details, Democracy and Association. The first political theorist to attempt this sort of comprehensive analysis, Mark Warren takes a welcome, generous view of the democratic consequences of associational life. Democracy and Association. He defines his purposes carefully and fulfills them admirably. His critical moves are sharp and almost always dead on, and his excellent use of social theory is surprisingly rare among political theorists. -Nancy Rosenblum, Brown University, author of "Membership and Morals: The Personal Uses of Pluralism in America".
Mark E. Warren is Associate Professor of Government at Georgetown University and has written widely on democracy and civil society. Библиографические данные. Democracy and Association Democracy and Association, Mark E. Warren Princeton paperbacks.
p. cm. Includes bibliographical references.