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Title: Understanding Democratic Politics: An This textbook is designed for first-time students of politics. It provides an ideal introduction and survey to the key themes and issues central to the study of democratic politics today. The text is structured around three major parts: concepts, institutions and political behaviour; and ideologies and movements.
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The etymological origins of the term democracy hint at a number of urgent problems that go far beyond semantic issues. A town or city?
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A country? A business corporation? A university? An international organization? All of these? Is every member of the association entitled to participate in governing it? If it includes only a subset of the adult population, how small can the subset be before the association ceases to be a democracy and becomes something else, such as an aristocracy government by the best, aristos or an oligarchy government by the few, oligos? What political organizations or institutions will they need?
Understanding Democratic Politics: An Introduction
Will these institutions differ between different kinds of associations—for example, a small town and a large country? Should a majority always prevail, or should minorities sometimes be empowered to block or overcome majority rule? A majority of all citizens? A majority of voters? Should a proper majority comprise not individual citizens but certain groups or associations of citizens, such as hereditary groups or territorial associations?
Is democracy really better than aristocracy or monarchy?
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What conditions, in addition to this one, favour the continued existence of democracy? What conditions are harmful to it?
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