Toplam kayıt 4, listelenen: 1-4
Civil society and civic consciousness
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 2004-01)
The meta-narratives of modern times are considered as the most significant factors impeding the development of the civil society' that coincided with the western definition of democracy. Nevertheless, this article suggests ...
Entrenched elitism in trade unions in Poland and Romania: an explanation for the lack of union strength and success?
(SAGE Publications, 2006-02)
This article argues that democratic decision-making improves trade union strength and success during policy-making. Elitism and lack of democracy, on the other hand, diminish unions' strength. Elitism, in this respect, ...
The relationship between democratisation and invigoration of civil society: The case of Hungary and Poland
(Central European University, 2005)
This paper argues that democratization does not necessarily bring invigoration of civil society in post-transition countries. Rather than taking for granted democratization as a positive effect on the development of civil ...
Participatory policy-making, participatory civil society: A key for dissolving elite rule in new democracies in the era of globalization
(Taylor & Francis, 2007-06)
The author argues that in democracies a strong state and strong civil society are not mutually exclusive. Only a democratic, legitimate, and strong state can provide the environment for civil society activities to flourish; ...