At the beginning of the twenty-first century, liberal democracy appears as the only valid form of democracy. Nonetheless, the well-established parliamentary regimes are facing serious threats to both their liberal and their democratic values. Among these threats are economic globalization and the growing assertion of cultural difference and nationalism.
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Table of Contents
Democratic Theory Today: An Introduction April Carter and Geoffrey Stokes.
Part I: Challenges to Democracy.
Chapter 1: Democracy and Citizenship Geoffrey Stokes.
Chapter 2: Democracy and Inequality Harry Brighouse.
Chapter 3: Democracy, Citizenship and Gender Elizabeth Frazer.
Chapter 4: Democracy and Group Rights John Kane.
Chapter 5: Democracy and Nationalism Margaret Canovan.
Chapter 6: Democracy and Indigneous Self-determination Michele Ivanitz.
Part II: Theoretical Responses.
Chapter 7: Deliberative Democracy Mark Warren.
Chapter 8: Civil Society and Democracy Baogang He.
Chapter 9: Associative Democracy April Carter.
Chapter 10: Social Democracy Raymond Plant.
Chapter 11: Transnational Democracy Anthony McGrew.