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New institutions for participatory democracy in Latin America

Cameron, Maxwell A.

New institutions for participatory democracy in Latin America

voice and consequence

by Cameron, Maxwell A.

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Political culture,
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Elections,
  • Democracy,
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / General,
  • Case studies,
  • Citizen participation,
  • Case studies..,
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / Comparative,
  • Political participation,
  • Local government

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Maxwell A. Cameron, Eric Hershberg, Kenneth E. Sharpe
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJL966 .N48 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25372099M
    ISBN 109781137270573
    LC Control Number2012022504

    Maxwell A. Cameron, Eric Hershberg, and Kenneth E. Sharpe, eds., New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Voice and Consequence. New York. Latin America’s Left turn included a boom of experimentation with participatory institutions, first at the local level in many cases and later at the national level.

    Falleti and Cunial review the origins of state-sanctioned institutions that mandate community participation in health in the two world regions with most advanced social welfare systems, Western Europe and Latin America, implying a comparative analysis of eleven health care systems. The findings shed light on the tensions between participatory democracy and resource extraction in Latin America and have important implications for the study of participatory and political institutions .

    Brazil has conducted some of the world’s most stunning experiments in participatory democracy, most notably the creation of city budgets through local citizens’ meetings. Leonardo Avritzer introduces a fresh analytical approach to reveal the social and institutional conditions that .   WASHINGTON—Woodrow Wilson Center Press has published a new book, Participatory Institutions in Democratic Brazil, by Leonardo Avritzer. It is copublished with The Johns Hopkins University Press. Brazil has conducted some of the world's most stunning experiments in participatory democracy, most notably the creation of city budgets through.


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"Rather than assume that institutions of participatory democracy necessarily compete for political influence with more traditional institutions of representative democracy, New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America explores how the New institutions for participatory democracy in Latin America book might reinforce each other in positive ways that can improve the quality of democratic governance in the by: "Rather than assume that institutions of participatory democracy necessarily compete for political influence with more traditional institutions of representative democracy, New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America explores how the two might reinforce each other in positive ways that can improve the quality of democratic governance in the region.

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Read "New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America Voice and Consequence" by Kenneth E. Sharpe available from Rakuten Kobo. This volume describes and analyzes the proliferation of new mechanisms for participation in Latin American democracies a Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Voice and Consequence, Eds.

Maxwell A. Cameron, Eric Hershberg and Kenneth E. Sharpe, New York,pages. Review by Midge Quandt This book consists of a group of essays about participatory democracy in Latin America.

Participatory democracy is direct citizen participation in the political. This volume describes and analyzes the proliferation of new mechanisms for participation in Latin American democracies and considers the relationship between direct participation and the consolidation of representative institutions based on more traditional electoral conceptions of democracy.

Get this from a library. New institutions for participatory democracy in Latin America: voice and consequence. [Maxwell A Cameron; Eric Hershberg; Kenneth Evan Sharpe;] -- "The proliferation of new mechanisms for participation in Latin American democracies and considers the relationship between direct participation and the consolidation of representative institutions.

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The book is published by Palgrave Macmillan in English, New Institutions of Participatory Democracy: Voice and Consequence, and by FLACSO-Mexico in Spanish, Nuevas instituciones de democracia participativa en América Latina: la voz y sus consecuencias.

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Participatory democracy innovations aimed at bringing citizens back into local governance processes are now at the core of the international democratic development agenda.

Municipalities around the world have adopted local participatory mechanisms of various types in the last two decades, including participatory budgeting, the flagship Brazilian program, and participatory planning, as it is.

New Institutions For Participatory Democracy In Latin America: Voice And Consequence Abstract This volume describes and analyzes the proliferation of new mechanisms for participation in Latin American democracies and considers the relationship between direct participation and the consolidation of representative institutions based on more.

After more than two decades of local participatory democracy experiments, there is still not a clear understanding of what success means. Citizen participation in municipal decision-making processes at the local level is often regarded as a means of deepening democracy, that is, improving the quality of what has been described as the “incomplete,” “electoral,” or “delegative.

The resurgence of the Left in Latin America over the past decade has been so notable that it has been called “the Pink Tide.” In recent years, regimes with leftist leaders have risen to power in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

What does this trend portend for the deepening of democracy in the region. New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Voice and Consequence.

Activity Student Presentation (to be assigned) Session 15 Direct Democracy in Uruguay and Ecuador Date Febru Time – Readings ALTMAN, David.

Direct Democracy Worldwide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 5. The ADRN is set to publish its most recent findings on participatory democracy in a Spanish-language book with FLACSO, Mexico; an English version will be published with Palgrave Press, entitled, New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Voice and Consequence.

Both publications are expected in Participatory democracy calls for the creation and proliferation of practices and institutions that enable individuals and groups to better determine the conditions in which they act and relate to others.

Michael Menser's timely book We Decide. is arguably the most comprehensive treatment of participatory Rating: % positive. As Brazil and other countries in Latin America turned away from their authoritarian past and began the transition to democracy in the s and s, interest in developing new institutions to bring the benefits of democracy to the citizens in the lower socioeconomic strata intensified, and a number of experiments were undertaken.

Perhaps the one receiving the most attention has been. Democracy Reinvented is the first comprehensive academic treatment of participatory budgeting in the United States, situating it within a broader trend of civic technology and innovation.

This. For four decades, Venezuela prided itself for having one of the most stable representative democracies in Latin America. Then, inHugo Chávez Frías attempted an unsuccessful military coup. Six years later, he was elected president.

Once in power, Chávez redrafted the constitution, dissolved the Congress, dismissed judges, and marginalized rival political parties.

Many argued that the future of democracy was at stake, and that the government's ability to decentralize and incorporate new actors in decision-making processes was critical.

Toward that end, the country's political elite devolved power to subnational governments and designed new institutions to encourage broader citizen participation.New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Voice and Consequence by Maxwell A. Cameron (Editor), Eric Hershberg (Editor), Kenneth E.

Sharpe (Editor) Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / This volume describes and analyzes the proliferation of new mechanisms for participation in Latin Am.New Institutions for Participatory Democracy in Latin America: Voice and Consequence. (Edited by Maxwell A. Cameron, Eric Hershberg, and Kenneth E.

Sharpe). New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, Published in Spanish: Nuevas Instituciones de Democracia Participativa en América Latina: La voz y sus consecuencias. México, D.F.: Facultad.