Radical democracy in contemporary times

Dahlberg, Lincoln (2013) Radical democracy in contemporary times. e-International Relations, .

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Author Dahlberg, Lincoln
Title Radical democracy in contemporary times
Journal name e-International Relations
ISSN 2053-8626
Publication date 2013-02-26
Sub-type Article (original research)
Total pages 5
Place of publication Bristol, Avon, UK
Publisher e-IR Publications
Collection year 2014
Language eng
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What is radically democratic, if anything, about the political struggles and events that have occurred around the world over the last few years, and how might radical democracy be further extended? To answer this question, we need to take a moment to reflect on what exactly is meant by radical democracy. Here I provide one particular definition of the term, and then suggest a number of contemporary democratic practices that might embody it. My aim is to offer a resource for further discussion and activism.
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