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Soziale Bewegungen für eine »andere« Demokratie

Donatella della Porta

Type: Journal Article
Year: 2012

Der Aufstand der Zivilgesellschaft begann mit dem Arabischen Frühling. Dies könnte man als weiteren Beleg dafür nehmen, dass die Demokratie eben doch die »einzige Möglichkeit« ist. Den Arabischen Frühling aber als bloße Forderung nach repräsentativen Institutionen zu interpretieren, wäre irreführend. Vielmehr geht es den aktuellen Bewegungen ganz konkret um eine partizipative und deliberative Form von Demokratie.

Neue Gesellschaft / Frankfurter Hefte, 2012, Vol. 59, No. 1-2, pp. 60-62. ISSN: 0177-6738

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