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Legislatures in Plural Societies

N. Durham

Legislatures in Plural Societies

The Search for Cohesion in National Development (Publications of the Consortium for Comparative Legislative Studies)

by N. Durham

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Published by Duke Univ Pr (Tx) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Addresses, essays, lectures,
  • Comparative government,
  • Legislative bodies,
  • Legitimacy of governments

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages284
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11421949M
    ISBN 100822303736
    ISBN 109780822303732

      During research about plural societies, Asim Ejaz, Student of Political Science in Islamia university bahawalpur, Pakistan, presented his analytical summary about the book of Arend Lijphart. The Plural Society 2 Bases of Cultural Pluralism 8 The Theory of Plural Society: J. S. Furnivall 10 The Theory of Plural Society: Conceptual Development 12 A Definition of Plural Society 20 Summary 21 Theoretical Tools 23 Politics and Preference Aggregation 24 Utility and the Risk Environment 32 Intensity 43Price: $

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Democracy in Plural Societies book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. While it may be difficult to achieve and maintain stab /5(2).

Politics in Plural Societies: A Theory of Democratic Instability. Alvin Rabushka Kenneth A. Shepsle. This landmark study in the field of comparative politics is being celebrated for its return to print as the newest addition to the Longman Classics in Political Science series.

Politics in Plural Societies presents a model of political Cited by:   Politics in Plural Societies presents a model of political competition in multi-ethnic societies and explains why plural societies, and the struggle for power within them, often erupt with Politics in Plural Societies presents a model of political competition in multi-ethnic societies and explains why plural societies, and the struggle for 4/5.

In early patrimonial societies, as Max Weber called them, those with different ethnic and cultural identities often formed separate corporations within which they had relative autonomy.

Under conditions of modernity and industrialism, the emphasis is on homogeneity and assimilation, while contemporary, post‐modern, post‐industrial societies often allow considerable space for. Lijphart. Democracy in plural societies: A comparative exploration.

New Haven: Yale University Press. Lijphart presents his arguments in favor of "consociational" democracy. The arguments in this book are somewhat dated; see Lijphart's updated version of these argument in his later book, Patterns of Democracy ().

There are two main aspects of consociationalism: (1) a plural society. Politics in Plural Societies presents a model of political competition in multi-ethnic societies and explains why plural societies, and the struggle for power within them, often erupt with inter-ethnic.

Politics in Plural Societies: A Theory of Democratic Instability. This landmark study in the field of comparative politics is being celebrated for its return to print as the newest addition to the "Longman Classics in Political Science" series.

THE PLURAL SOCIETY IN SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY general theory of the plural society which forms the book's central chapter are not fully worked out. What is needed on the theoretical level to systematize Furnivall's most important insights is an explicit statement, both of the way in which pre-existing cultures are brought.

A plural society is defined by Fredrik Barth as a society combining ethnic contrasts: the economic interdependence of those groups, and their ecological specialization (i.e., use of different environmental resources by each ethnic group).

The ecological interdependence, or the lack of competition. plural societies Societies which are divided into different linguistic, ethnic, religious, or racial groups and communities. Arguably, this description could apply to almost any society, with the result that the term is sometimes (unhelpfully) treated as synonymous with ‘multi-cultural society’ and applied to states as different as the contemporary United States and Brazil.

Rabushka A, Shepsle K. POLITICS IN PLURAL SOCIETIES (free download). th ed. Longmans Classics; Religious Education for Plural Societies highlights key writings from Robert Jackson’s international career in education.

It provides a historical perspective in relation to current debates about religious education in the UK and internationally, drawing attention to.

Ginsburg, Tom Elkins, Zachary and Blount, Justin Does the Process of Constitution-Making Matter?. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol.

5, Issue. 1, p. Dependency Syndrome - negotiation for preferential trading arrangements  3. Culturally Plural society - „mixing but not combining‟; class/colour stratification (rigid in parts)  4.

Inequality & discrimination of poor, especially black population (inner-cities)  5. The former refers to the model of democracy stressing majority rule, while the latter to the type of democracy emphasizing power sharing.

The distinction goes beyond plural vs. nonplural societies. It focuses on the incorporation of minority rights in File Size: KB. The desire for local democracy informed the series of reforms in the local government system of Nigeria's plural society.

This is in recognition that democracy and sustainable development is. The comparative study of electoral systems is undergoing a lively revival. In the past five years, over a dozen books on electoral systems have been written by scholars from many nations and from many disciplines (see reviews of a number of these in Lijphart /5(2).

Part of the Gender and Politics book series (GAP) Abstract Feminist institutionalism has highlighted the ways in which gendered concerns and issues might be more readily incorporated into new, as opposed to already existing, : Jennifer Thomson. Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana are plural societies in the Commonwealth Caribbean in which two major ethnic groups, the Africans and the East Indians, vie for state control and : Ann Marie Bissessar.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Legislatures in plural societies. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Lijphart. Patterns of democracy.

New Haven: Yale University Press. Chapters call our attention to two competing types of democracy. The first, majoritarian or Westminster democracy, is what most people immediate think of when they think of democracy: A legislature elected by a simple majority of the voters governs, and voters throw the ruling party out if it governs poorly.Law reform in plural societies.

[Teleiai Lalotoa Mulitalo Ropinisone Silipa Seumanutafa] -- This book asserts that the Pacific Islands continue to struggle with the colonial legacy of plural legal systems, comprising laws and legal institutions from both the common law and the customary.The plural segments in colonial society operate according to a different dynamic which it is the purpose of plural society theory to explain.

Rex has attempted to set out a theory of the plural society which does justice to Marxian and other theories as well as those of Smith.