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Citizenship and the legitimacy of governance
|Statement||by Italo Pardo and Giuliana B. Prato|
|Contributions||Prato, Giuliana B.|
|LC Classifications||JC497 .P37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|ISBN 10||9780754674016, 9780754691495|
|LC Control Number||2010033624|
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Book Description. Against the background of unease at the increasingly loose and conflictual relationship between citizenship and governance, this book brings together rich, ethnographic studies from EU member states and post-Communist and Middle-Eastern countries in the Mediterranean Region to illustrate the crisis of legitimacy inherent in the weakening link between political responsibility.
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Get this from a library. Citizenship and the legitimacy of governance: anthropology in the Mediterranean region. [Italo Pardo; Giuliana B Prato] -- The book brings together a strong field of anthropologists offering in-depth ethnographic studies of urban settings in the Mediterranean region, ranging from Portugal, to Albania and to Israel.
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Description: Business ethics, corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship, values-driven management, corporate governance, and ethical leadership are necessary horizons for the legitimacy of corporations in the process of globalization.
Based on hermeneutics and institutional analysis, this book discusses the place of values in. 'Outstanding book stimulating introduction this is a volume that is rich in ideas and takes the debates over US and EU federal development in original and thought-provoking directions.' -Perspectives on European Politics and Society'The Federal Vision offers a comparative overview and an in-depth analysis of issues concerning federalism and its future in the European Union, the United.
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Prato. Labouring families asserted the legitimacy of their claims to social, political, and economic citizenship through a variety of means, including women’s consumer boycotts, the veteran-led. Indeed, the contents as well as the rationality of legitimacy and the types of legitimacy conflicts have changed and this is an important challenge for developing sustainability in the intersection between corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship, and corporate by: 1.
The Community Governance Model outlined in this book would change those roles, making the citizens decision makers with the practitioner as expert adviser and legislators responding to the needs of all community residents.
Box argues that the exclusion of citizens has diminished the expertise of practitioners and the legitimacy of. In modern times, welfare, good government, and benevolent government have become the main sources of political legitimacy, and in particular, the establishment of democracy and the rule of law is key to the creation of political legitimacy.
Now, in the twenty-first century, the world is facing new crises and new challenges on legitimacy : Yu Keping. The Federal Vision is about the complex and changing relationship between levels of governance within the United States and the European Union.
Based on a transatlantic dialogue between scholars concerned about modes of governance on both sides, it is a collective attempt at analysing the ramifications of the legitimacy crisis in our multi-layered democracies, and possible remedies.
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Book Description Table of Contents Author(s) Reviews Book Description This volume compiles a dozen essays, by one of the most prolific proponents of co-production as a solution for many of the challenges facing public services and democratic governance at the outset of the 21st Century.
Citizenship and the Legitimacy of Governance. Anthropology in the Mediterranean Region (Pardo and Prato, a), legitimacy is studied in its relation to the contested concept of citizenship in the Mediterranean Region.
Both volumes start by examining the discourse on. State legitimacy is a key aspect of state-society relations. State repression and violence, which occurs in many conflict-affected contexts, results in negative experiences of citizens with the state, a legacy of mistrust, and rejection of the legitimacy of state institutions.
In situations of fragility, the inability or unwillingness of states to provide for the welfare [ ]. Buchanan, Allen Keohane, Robert The Legitimacy of Global Governance Institutions Ethics & International Affairs 20 Buchanan, Patrick J State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and the Conquest of America New York Thomas Dunne Books/St.
Martin’s Press. ] LEGITIMACY OF INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE The answer has two parts. First, until recently international institutions have generally been so weak-they have exercised so little authority-that the issue of their legitimacy has barely arisen. Indeed. In international development, good governance is a way of measuring how public institutions conduct public affairs and manage public resources in a preferred way.
Governance is "the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented)". Governance in this context can apply to corporate, international, national, or local governance as well as the. Building on theories in political science, the concept of corporate citizenship establishes a new role for the corporation in the global economy, whereby corporations become political actors in global governance.
In her book Managing Corporate Legitimacy, Dorothée Baumann-Pauly develops business tools for assessing corporate citizenship. Introduction: Exploring Citizenship, Participation and Accountability John Gaventa* Article 1 Introduction Around the world, a growing crisis of legitimacy characterises the relationship between citizens and the institutions that affect their lives.
In both north and south, citizens speak of mounting. Contents Preface / ix Acknowledgments / xi 1 Introduction: Thinking about Citizenship and Law in an Era of Change / 3 Jane Jenson 2 Exile on Main Street: Popular Discourse and Legal Manoeuvres around Citizenship / 22 Audrey Macklin 3 Home and Away: The Construction of Citizenship in an Emigration Context / 55 Kim Barry 4 Multinational Citizenship: Practical Implications of a Theoretical.
Abstract. Against the background of unease at the increasingly loose and conflictual relationship between citizenship and governance, this book brings together rich, ethnographic studies from EU member states and post-Communist and Middle-Eastern countries in the Mediterranean Region to illustrate the crisis of legitimacy inherent in the weakening link between political responsibility and.
Legitimacy is central for the capacity of global governance institutions to address problems such as climate change, trade protectionism, and human rights abuses. However, despite legitimacy's importance for global governance, its workings remain poorly understood.
That is the core concern of this volume: to develop an agenda for systematic and comparative research on legitimacy in global. Describes the aim of the book as a contribution towards articulating a federal vision of governance in the USA and in the European Union, and addressing the complex and changing relationship between levels of governance within both polities at a time when they are revisiting the meaning of divided sovereignty.
The origin of the book was a desire on the part of scholars from both sides of the. Buy The Federal Vision: Legitimacy and Levels of Governance in the United States and the European Union by Nicolaidis, Kalypso, Howse, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).
Legitimacy, popular acceptance of a government, political regime, or system of word legitimacy can be interpreted in either a normative way or a “positive” (see positivism) first meaning refers to political philosophy and deals with questions such as: What are the right sources of legitimacy.
Is a specific political order or regime worthy of recognition. For those curious about colonial governance, the authors provide intricate details.
Examples throughout the book illustrate how, without any democratic spirit and amid constant challenges to its legitimacy, absolute government control is masked by a veneer of manipulated public.
This book is about the complex and changing relationship between levels of governance in the US and the European Union. On the basis of a transatlantic dialogue between scholars concerned about modes of governance on both sides, it is a collective attempt at analysing the ramifications of the legitimacy crisis in these multi‐layered democracies, and possible remedies to this.
Business ethics, corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship, values-driven management, corporate governance, and ethical leadership are necessary horizons for the legitimacy of corporations in the process of globalization.
Based on hermeneutics and institutional analysis, this book discusses the place of values in corporations and the role of ethics in s: 1. WORK in PROGRESS – Please do not quote without permissionInput and Output legitimacy in Governance RegimesRachel Laforest (Queen's University) and Susan Phillips (Carleton University)Introduction The changing nature of state-society interactions has become an important componentof the study of ‘governance,’ by which we mean the “new theories and practices of.
This research deals with the relationship between accounting and auditing for citizenship. Indeed, the citizen as user of the financial information argues that the accountant and the auditor should take more responsibility for detection and dissemination of illegal acts to Author: Rute Abreu. "Democratic Governance is a highly original, broad-ranging, and ambitious book that makes distinctive contributions to democratic theory, the sociology of knowledge, and public policy.
Its major contribution is to show how relatively abstract social theories have informed, down to the details, agendas of political, administrative, and policy. Citizenship Education in China book.
Preparing Citizens for the "Chinese Century" it was expressing in variant form a description of good governance with an ancient lineage. It is the argument of this chapter that the Communist Party’s claim to rule the nation by law and through morality encapsulates its adherence to political-cultural.
Politics and Governance in the Philippines 1. POLITICS GOVERNANCE PHILIPPINES BASIC POLITICAL CONCEPTS Public Administration and Social Communication Reported by: Ryan C. Espino 2. Politics - denotes a social activity - is the creation,maintenance and amendment of social norms or rules.
- Is an art and science of the government. The book is also rather light on the issues of resistance and dissenting opinions. I would argue (Gray ) that the governance of youth crime is a far more nuanced process in which socio‐political, economic and cultural interests battle to exert their influence.
That having been said, the book is a worthwhile contribution to the comparative Author: Patricia Gray. Global in scope, this original and thought-provoking collection applies new theory on legitimacy and legitimation to urban life. An informed reflection on this comparatively new topic in anthropology in relation to morality, action, law, politics and governance is both timely and innovative, especially as worldwide discontent among ordinary people grows.
But in the good governance model, citizenship essentially means ‘market citizenship’ – the individual’s acquisition of the legal and other paraphernalia required for accessing the market.Michael Saward (born 1 September ), is an Australian and British professor of politics and international studies at the University of Warwick, He was formerly Reader in Politics at Royal Holloway, University of London, and Professor and Head of Department in politics and international studies at the Open University.
He was a Leverhulme Major Research Fellow,is a member of the Alma mater: University of Essex.