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Democracy was largely effected by end of cold war and fall of Berlin wall. This saw the rise of third wave of democratization where transitions in many Asian countries such as Philippines, Taiwan and South Korea preceded the dramatic collapse of communism in eastern Europe and a new democratic system emerged in their places.The book looks into how these waves move to Africa and middle east as well.Yet the current observation poses a question whether these states are truly democratic or the exercise of the real power still rests with autocrats. This leads us to ask a fundamental question whether democracy can be applied universally or is it particularist so that it can be applied in few countries only. Every county whether middle east,Africa or china have there own types of democracies which can have own type of democracies. Further the book analyzes not just freedom of expression but also surveillance to see how much of democracy exists in contemporary world. While more and more of freedom of expression is seen as democratization while more and more surveillance is seen as undemocratic even in democratic countries. Thus currently the need is for deliberative or inclusive democracy . Deliberative democracy means that any kind of argumentation which takes place in society can be resolved by dialogue and discussion. Further the need for social capital which id and trust scales in society, indivisible part of democratic process.Social capital is a articular investment to consolidate social justice and trust scales in society for the the development of state and society institutions for the development of state and society institutions ,for the formation of social attitudes and increase of people abundance. Moreover there is a necessity of redefining effectiveness of political parties into literary representative democratic institutions. Further democracy requires virtualization of public opinion and values. Thus the purpose of this book is to analyze democratization and effect of new phase of globalization in world n a especially third world. Global civil society and new social movements are essential to democratization world wide. Thus the book seeks all these aspects and more on democracy and globalization.
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Table of Content About the Editor’s –Preface –1. Is Democracy A Universal Concept? –2. An Inclusive Democracy – 3. Totalitarianism, Surveillance and State of –“Orwellianism”: The Need for Individual Rights and True Form of Liberal Democracy 4. Global Civil Society and Democracy –5. The Role of Social Capital and Horizontal –Relations in the Formation of Civil Society inUzbekistan-6. Factors of Changing Iran’s Foreign Policy –Approach of Idealism to Pragmatism: The First and Second Decade of the Islamic Revolution-7. From Soviet Union to Russia: Can Democracy –Gain Ground?-8. Quest for Democratization in Morocco and Roles –of the Monarchy-9. The Debate around Freedom of Expression: –Need for Deliberative Democracy in India10. Factor Analytic Study of Political Violent –Behaviour(Thuggery) Scale (Povibes):Development and Evaluation11. Future Establishment of Competition Among –Political Parties in Uzbekistan12. Children and Adolescents’ Digital/Social Media –Usage13. Virtualizations of Social Attitude of the Youth in the Process of Globalisation: The Experience of Uzbekistan -Subject Index
Series No Title Globalization and Democratic Values Author's Name Tamanna Khosla and Rashmi Jain Publisher Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd Page No. 200 Year Of Publication 2019 ISBN 10 No ISBN 13 9789385046346 Book size width 9.5 book size(hei) 6.5 Edition 1st Book Size(len) No Binding type Hard bound About The Book No
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