4 edition of Civil society in Southeast Europe found in the catalog.
Civil society in Southeast Europe
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dane R. Gordon, David C. Durst.|
|Series||Value inquiry book series -- v. 151. -- Post-Communist European thought, Value inquiry book series -- v. 151., Value inquiry book series|
|Contributions||Gordon, Dane R., Durst, David C., 1963-|
|LC Classifications||DR48.6 .C56 2004, JC337 .C584 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
Research on civil society and the European Union (EU) has become a growth industry and it reflects both a growing presence of organized civil society in EU affairs and rising expectations in the democratic virtues of a European civil society. The term 'civil society' has in recent years enjoyed something of a vogue. Social scientists in many countries have enthusiastically endorsed it as an ideal model of social organization, but from an anthropological point of view this seems odd. How can an elusive idea that is clearly European in origin - and which, on closer scrutiny, throws little light even on the current social .
Civil Society in Action: Global case studies in a practice-based framework April This book uses case studies from around the world which show a clear framework for understanding the nature and role of civil society, prove that civil society is alive and kicking, and makes recommendations for more effective civil society strengthening. On March 4, the Austrian Parliament hosted a presentation of the book Reclaiming Democracy: Civil Society and Electoral Change in Central and Eastern Europe that was edited by GMF's Joerg Forbrig and Pavol Demeš in cooperation with Erste Stiftung.
By studying historical cases, the authors are able to demonstrate which civil societies developed in tandem with lasting democracies and which did not. Contrasting these two sets of cases, the book both enlightens readers about individual countries and extracts lessons about the connections between civil society and democracy in contemporary times. (Subregion Southeast Europe: Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Moldova) Project Director: Daniel Kaddik. 51B, Bulgaria Blvd., Motopista II, Sofia , Bulgaria T: + 2 60 30 F: + 2 02 43 E: [email protected]
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Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dane R Gordon; Wonderland in Southeast Europe: Civil Society in Bulgaria Emerging from a Crisis FOURTEEN Assen I. DIMITROV: Values and Stability During a Period of Social PolarizationFIFTEEN David C.
DURST: Civil Society in Bulgaria: Prospects for ReconciliationAbout the Editors and. Since the fall of communism in Southeast Europe has been a site of far-reaching societal transformation, much of it marked by political crisis, economic upheaval, ethnic tension, and bitter war.
The book comprises articles investigating the history and development of civil society in post-communist Southeast : Paperback. The experience of civil society in Southeast Asia shows that its impact -- or lack of impact -- on democratization and democracy depends on a variety of factors not only within civil society itself, but also within the state.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Civil society in Southeast Europe. Amsterdam ; New York: Rodopi, (OCoLC) This is evident from the fact that many Southeast Asian citizens are inspired by the civil society concept and now engage in public discourse and participation.
The experience of civil society in Southeast Asia shows that its impact -- or lack of impact -- on democratization and democracy depends on a variety of factors not only within civil.
and civil society functioned in a capitalist society, it was impossible for both to serve the majority Civil society in Southeast Europe book the working people.
So Marx’s critique of the state or civil society was really a critique of the capitalist society that functioned on the basis of class exploitation. The evident failure of the working class movement in Europe to bringCited by: The contemporaneous meaning of the concept of civil society started to develop after the French Revolution of In the 18th and 19th centuries the term was closely associated with the city and government.
Among the definitions of the word civil are — not wild, not in anarchy, not without rule or government, not natural, not criminal, not military, civilized, not barbarous, not.
Since its publication inCivil Society has become a standard work of reference for all those who seek to understand the role of voluntary citizen action in the contemporary world. In this thoroughly-revised edition, Michael Edwards updates the arguments and evidence presented in the original and adds major new material on issues such as civil society in Africa and the.
Recent history and potential future of civil society in 16 countries More than two decades have passed since nonprofit and third-sector researchers “discovered” Central and Eastern Europe as an area of scholarly interest. After the collapse of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe and the fall of the Iron Curtain, scholars noted the emergence of [ ].
Civil Society Europe (CSE) brings together 28 European networks of civil society organisations (CSO) working towards regenerating the European project around the shared values of Equality, Solidarity, Inclusiveness and Democracy.
Our main objectives: to facilitate and enable horizontal and vertical dialogue between European civil society. The concept of 'civil society' has all the characteristics of an essentially contested concept. As such, despite the numerous discussions of and publications on this concept, no universally agreed-upon definition of civil society is likely to prevail, probably ever.
In the non-Western countries, ambiguities. Austerity and the Third Sector in Greece: Civil Society at the European Frontline 1st Edition. Jennifer Clarke, Asteris Huliaras Octo Organised civil society in Greece is generally regarded as weak with rankings for associational density, volunteerism and levels of social capital traditionally among the lowest in Europe.
Civil Society has become a standard work of reference for those who seek to understand the role of voluntary citizen action. Recent global unrest has shown the importance of social movements and street protests in world politics. However, as this lucid book shows, the power that people have to shape their societies is usually channeled through /5(4).
Since the fall of communism in Southeast Europe has been a site of far-reaching societal transformation, much of it marked by political crisis, economic upheaval, ethnic tension, and bitter war.
The book comprises articles investigating the history and development of civil society in post-communist Southeast by: 2. 2 Weakness of Civil Society in Post-Communist Europe post-communist europe Although the topic, data, theory, and methods of this book are of wider relevance for comparative politics, the speciﬁc project focuses on the re-gion of post-communist Europe in order to explain a remarkable pattern.
Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search. New content Evaluating the prevalence of informal payments for health services in Southeast Europe: an institutional approach.
Colin C. Williams & Adrian V Muslim civil society and the politics of religious freedom in Turkey. Ahmet Erdi. The current report, prepared by the Southeast European Leadership for Development and Integrity — the largest indigenous good governance initiative in SEE — makes an important contribution to the regional approach to provides a civil society view of the state of corruption and comes in the wake of the SELDI comprehensive assessment of the.
Civil society, conflicts and the politicization of human rights / edited by Raffaele Marchetti and Nathalie Tocci. Includes index. ISBN (pbk.) 1. Human rights—Social aspects. Ethnic conflicts—Prevention. Civil society. Non-governmental organizations—Political activity. Human rights—Social aspects—Case.
The nature of civil society is transformed by a strong military presence, which occurs in the Asia-Pacific region. While modern civil society survives under military rule through co-optation.
The civil society argument then took another turn that should be credited in part to Alan Wolfe s argument in his pathbreaking book Whose Keeper. In. While donors and the academic community are paying increased attention to civil society, few studies examine security sector reform (SSR) and governance from a civil society perspective.
This paper by Marina Caparini and Philipp Fluri is the first chapter of a book that explores the nexus between civil society and the security sector.
Using conceptual [ ].(). Civil society and transitions in the western Balkans. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies: Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. Author: Dimitri A.
Sotiropoulos.In international discussion forums organized in cooperation with local actors – mainly in eastern and south-eastern Europe – it addresses the most pressing issues on the European agenda. By supporting civil society in places where this is still emerging or under pressure it furthers free and open debate on cultural, social and political issues.