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transformation of political community

Andrew Linklater

transformation of political community

ethical foundations of the Post-Westphalian era

by Andrew Linklater

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Published by Polity Press, Blackwell Press in Cambridge, UK, Oxford, UK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Citizenship.,
  • Communities -- Political aspects.,
  • International relations -- Social aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAndrew Linklater.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 263 p. ;
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18287385M
    ISBN 100745613357, 0745613365

    This book stands out for charting the impact of political conservatism on voting and elections and its reshaping of voluntary associations, pressure groups, and government institutions and policy."—Lawrence R. Jacobs, University of Minnesota "The Transformation of American Politics has so much going for it. The contributors to this volume are. Exploring the theme of the putative transformation of political modernity under the impact of "new" media, this book adopts a questioning approach to the ways in which cultural and technological factors are affecting the temper of political life, and reflects the variety of normative thinking about and empirical research on the changing character of politics in mediatized cultures.

    books. He is currently completing a book called The Ironies of Citizenship. Robert R. Alford, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, City University of New York - Graduate Center, was a respected scholar of political sociology and a dedi-cated teacher. At the time of his death he was working with a former student on. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License Towards a Systematic Conceptualization of Politics Political science is the systematic study of governments, of the methods by which governments seek to control people, and of the techniques through which people try to influence government. It is a science that attempts to.

    David M. Ricci is an associate professor of political science and American studies at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. While writing this book, he was a Guest Scholar at The Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., and a Mellon Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J. As a result, new forms of political community and citizenship have become possible. In an original synthesis of recent developments in social and political theory, The Transformation of Political Community argues for new forms of political community which are cosmopolitan, sensitive to cultural differences and committed to reducing material.


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In an original synthesis of recent developments in social and political theory, The Transformation of Political Community argues for new forms of political community which are cosmopolitan, sensitive to cultural differences and committed to reducing material inequalities. The book provides a bold account of post-Westphalian societies and the ethical principles which 2/5(1).

The Transformation of Political Community: Ethical Foundations of the Post-Westphalian Era (Studies in International Relations) Hardcover – January 1, by Andrew Linklater (Author)Cited by: Sovereign nation states, which were formed in the context of major war, have been deeply exclusionary in their dealings with minority cultures and alien outsiders.

In this book, Andrew Linklater claims that globalization, the pacification of core areas of the world economy and ethnic revolt challenge these traditional practices.

As a result, new forms of political community and citizenship Author: Andrew Linklater. The Transformation of Political Community book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sovereign nation states, which were formed 4/5.

In an original synthesis of recent developments in social and political theory, The Transformation of Political Community argues for new forms of political community which are cosmopolitan, sensitive to cultural differences and committed to reducing material inequalities.4/5(11).

This chapter focuses on the changing nature of political community in the context of globalization – in brief, the growing interconnectedness, and intensification of relations, among states and societies.

The chapter has a number of by: In this book, Andrew Linklater claims that globalization, the pacification of core areas of the world economy and ethnic revolt challenge these traditional practices. As a result, new forms of. Visions of the triple transformation of political community to secure greater respect for cultural differences, stronger commitments to the reduction of material inequalities and significant advances in universality resist pressures to contract the boundaries of community while encouraging societal tendencies which promise to reduce these basic moral deficits.

transformation of world politics has encouraged the formation of new linkages between the study of change in international relations and the normative consider ation of alternative principles of world politics.

Imagining new forms of political community has emerged as a major enterprise in the contemporary theory of the. As a result, new forms of political community and citizenship have become an original synthesis of recent developments in social and political theory, The Transformation of Political Community argues for new forms of political community which are cosmopolitan, sensitive to cultural differences and committed to reducing material s: 1.

The Changing Context of the Modern State. Theorizing the Reconfiguration of Political Community. Universality, Difference and the Emancipatory Project.

Difference, Self--determination and Exclusion. The State, Citizenship and Humanity. Universalism, Domination and Otherness. The Dialogic Ethic and the Transformation of Political Community. transformation of political community is an ideal to strive for rather than a vision which is likely to be realised or approximated without political action and struggle.

My argument is that this ideal cannot be spun from thin air but is anchored in actual developments within and. So, much as we can blame the political process for the gridlock that bedevils Washington, we should acknowledge that the transformation of American community lies at the root of the problem.

The middle rings and the institutions of township community that influenced the political process through most of American history have been subsumed by.

David Held: “The Transformation of Political Community: Rethinking Democracy in the Context of Globalization” This essay, written by David Held and translated to Persian by Tavaana, focuses on the changing nature of political community in the context of globalization.

Political Science Quarterly VolumeIssue 3. The Transformation of Political Community by Andrew Linklater. Mark F.

Franke. University of Northern British Columbia. Search for more papers by this author. Mark F. Franke. University of Northern British Columbia. This chapter examines six fundamental political issues in the political transformation process which were significant for enterprise management.

The first is the treatment of the ancien régime and the tension between de-Communization and depoliticization. The second is the process of regime legitimation and the development of a ‘civic culture’ capable of supporting new political institutions.

Transformation of Political Community: Ethical Foundations of the Post-Westphalian Era by Andrew Linklater. Sovereign nation states, which were formed in the context of major war, have been deeply exclusionary in their dealings with minority cultures and alien outsiders. My first task is to thank the editors for creating a forum in which four authors from very different branches of social and political theory discuss my recent book on the transformation of political community.

I am no less indebted to the authors involved for their participation in this debate. The changing context of the modern state. Theorising the reconfiguration of political community -- Universality, difference and the emancipatory project.

Difference, self-determination and exclusion. The state, citizenship and humanity. Universalism, domination and otherness -- The dialogic ethic and the transformation of political community.

E.P. Archetti, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Gender and Nationhood: Sports and Politics.

It has been argued that a nation is an ‘imagined political community ’: its members share a sovereign boundary and have a strong feeling of communion. Hence, the ideology of nationalism should be integrated in social practices that can create an image of.

Local governments throughout the west are undergoing a transformation of their leadership styles and structures. Some countries have abandoned traditional systems of collective or committee based decision-making in favour of Cabinet models or, more radically, a directly-elected executive mayor, while others have strengthened existing mayoral systems.Part II focuses on postmodern political community, these chapters take up the calls made above for new thinking about political community that goes ‘beyond’ modern conceptions.

Part III turns to the question of the emergence and decline of new forms of political community. The purpose of this section is to consider how the transformation of.Get this from a library!

The transformation of political community: ethical foundations of the Post-Westphalian era. [Andrew Linklater] -- Sovereign nation states, which were formed in the context of major war, have been deeply exclusionary in their dealings with minority cultures and alien outsiders.

In this book, Andrew Linklater.