Civil Society: Theory, History, Comparison / Edition 1by John R. Hall, Hall
Pub. Date: 06/16/1995
This volume of especially commissioned essays explains what is meant by "civil society", paying particular attention to the relationships between civil society and other social forces such as nationalism and populism. See more details below
This volume of especially commissioned essays explains what is meant by "civil society", paying particular attention to the relationships between civil society and other social forces such as nationalism and populism.
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- New Edition
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)
Table of Contents
1. In Search of Civil Society: John A Hall.
2. The Importance of Being Modular: Ernest Gellner.
3. Civil Society in Communist China? Private Business and Political Alliance, 1989: David Wank.
4. The Possibility of Civil Society: Traditions, Character and Challenges: Victor Perez-Diaz.
5. The Nature of Social Ties and the Future of Postcommunist Society: Poland after Solidarity: Wlodimierz Wesolowski.
6. Civic Nation, Civil Society, Civil Religion: Christopher Bryant.
7. Philosophers' Models on the Carpathian Lowlands: Christopher Hann.
8. Post-Marxism, No Friend of Civil Society: Hudson Meadwell.
9. Amimadversions upon Civil Society and Civic Virtue in the Last Decade of the Twentieth Century: Adam Seligman.
10. Modernity, Late Development and Civil Society: Nicos Mouzelis.
11. From Controlled Inclusion to Coerced Marginalization: the Struggle for Civil Society in Latin America: Philip Oxhorn.
12. Civil Society and Islam: Serif Mardin.
13. Civil Society and its Future: Salvador Giner.
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