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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Chari, Raj S.
Title Statement
Hard questions for democracy / edited by Raj Chari.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York :   Routledge,   2013.  
Physical Medium
vi, 189 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780415523059 (hbk.) 0415523052 (hbk.)
General Note
"This book is a reproduction of Irish political studies, vol. 26, issue 4."  
Content Notes
Introducing Hard questions for democracy / Chari, Raj S. -- Section 1. Democracy and moral autonomy / Hyland, James L. -- The values of democratic proceduralism / Mackie, Gerry -- Section 2. Financial and economic crisis : theoretical explanations of the global sunset / Bernhagen, Patrick, Chari, Raj S. -- Financial and economic crisis : explaining the sunset over the celtic tiger / Chari, Raj S., Bernhagen, Patrick -- Section 3. Why vote-seeking parties may make voters miserable / Laver, Michael -- What gives politics such a bad name? / Brandenburg, Heinz -- Can compactness constrain the gerrymander? / Humphrey, Macartan -- Electing women to the Dail : gender cues and the Irish voter / McElroy, Gail, Marsh, Michael -- Parties and referendums in Ireland 1937-2011 / Gallagher, Michael -- Secton 4. Should Irish emigrants have votes? : external voting in Ireland / Honohan, Iseult -- Can the internet reinvent democracy? / Sudulich, Maria Laura -- Section 5. Are the citizens of a democracy a just target for terrorists? / McKeogh, Colm -- Bombings to ballots : the evolution of the Irish Republican movement's conceptualization of democracy / O'Boyle, Garrett.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Democracy. Democracy -- Ireland.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

1. Introduction - Introducing Hard Questions for Democracy Raj Chari, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Part I ? Democracy and Legitimacy

2. Democracy and Moral Autonomy James L. Hyland, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

3. The Values of Democratic Proceduralism Gerry Mackie, University of California, USA

Section II ? Democracy and The Markets

4. Financial and Economic Crisis: Theoretical Explanations of the Global Sunset Patrick Bernhagen, University of Aberdeen, UK and Raj Chari, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

5. Financial and Economic Crisis: Explaining the Sunset Over the Celtic Tiger Raj Chari, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Patrick Bernhagen, University of Aberdeen, UK 

Section III ? Democracy, Political Parties and Voters

6. Why Vote-Seeking Parties May Make Voters Miserable Michael Laver, New York University, USA

7. What Gives Politics Such a Bad Name Heinz Brandenburg, University of Aberdeen, UK

8. Can Compactness Constrain the Gerrymander Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University, USA

9. Electing Women to the Dail: Gender Cues and the Irish Voter Gail McElroy and Michael Marsh, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

10. Parties and Referendums in Ireland, 1937-2011 Michael Gallagher, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Section IV ? Democracy and Participation

11. Should Irish Emigrants Have Votes? External Voting in Ireland Iseult Honohan, University College Dublin, Ireland

12. Can the Internet Reinvent Democracy? Maria Laura Sudulich, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Section V ? Democracy, Violence and Conflict

13. Are the Citizens of a Democracy a Just Target for Terrorists? Colm McKeogh, University of Waikato, New Zealand

14. Bombings to Ballots: The Evolution of the Irish Republican Movement’s Conceptualization of Democracy Garrett O’Boyle, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


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