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Consociationalism and Power-Sharing in Europe: Arend Lijphart’s Theory of Political Accommodation

Jakala, Michaelina ;Kuzu, Durukan ;Qvortrup, Matt;; Jakala, Michaelina ; Kuzu, Durukan ; Qvortrup, Matt

ISBN: 978-3-319-67097-3 ; E-ISBN: 978-3-319-67098-0 ; DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-67098-0

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  • Nhan đề:
    Consociationalism and Power-Sharing in Europe: Arend Lijphart’s Theory of Political Accommodation
  • Tác giả: Jakala, Michaelina ; Kuzu, Durukan ; Qvortrup, Matt
  • Jakala, Michaelina ; Kuzu, Durukan ; Qvortrup, Matt
  • Chủ đề: Political Science and International Relations -- Political Theory; Political Science and International Relations -- Democracy; Political Science and International Relations -- Political History; Political Science and International Relations -- Peace Studies; Political Science and International Relations -- Comparative Politics
  • Mô tả: Intro -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Introduction to Consociationalism and Power-Sharing in Europe: Arend Lijphart’s Theory of Political Accommodation -- Bibliography -- Chapter 1: Consociationalism After Half a Century -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: Understanding Patterns of Democracy: Reconsidering Societal Divisions and Bringing Societal Culture Back In -- Introduction -- Consociationalism and Consensus Democracy: Theory, Critique and Untested Assumptions -- Concepts and Measurements -- Divided Societies and Societal Culture: The Empirical Link with Types of Democracies -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: The Limits of Consociational Power Sharing -- Introduction -- Sharing Power to Manage Conflict -- Centripetalism -- Consociationalism -- Summary -- Northern Ireland -- Brussels -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: What Politicians Can Teach Academics: ‘Real’ Politics, Consociationalism and the Northern Ireland Conflict -- Introduction -- Interpreting Consociationalism: Primordial, Segregationist and Elitist -- Critiquing Consociationalism -- Conservative Realism and Descriptive Theory -- Liberal Idealism and Normative Theory -- All Things to All People? Defining and Redefining Consociationalism -- Consociationalism and Northern Ireland -- Why the Belfast Agreement Is Not Consociational? -- Neo-Nationalist Consociationalists and the Demise of the Moderates -- Conclusion: Bringing Politics Back in -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5: Consociation, Conditionality, and Commitment: Making Peace in Northern Ireland -- Defining Consociationalism -- Consociationalism in the Northern Ireland Context -- Commitment and the Endurance of Power-Sharing -- Electoral Systems, Consociationalism, and the Preservation of Peace -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6: Dialogue, Democracy and Government Communication: Consociationalism in Northern Ireland -- Introduction -- Government Communication and Democracy -- Dialogue and Consociationalism -- The Northern Ireland Context -- Devolution on a Consociational Basis -- Communication Roles in Consociational Northern Ireland -- Media Context -- Research Questions -- Methodology -- Findings and Analysis -- Designation: Making Divisions Salient -- Media Shaped by Conflict -- Mandatory Coalition: Party Fiefdoms -- Absence of Official Political Opposition -- Private Dialogue Versus Public Dispute -- The Media as Political Opposition -- Political Control -- SpAd Control -- SpAd Mediation and Protection -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: The 2016 European Union Referendum, Consociationalism and the Territorial Constitution of the UK -- Introduction -- Historic Trajectory -- A View from Scotland -- A View from Wales -- The Position of the UK Government -- Political Contexts -- Conclusion: Parallel Models -- References -- Chapter 8: Arend Lijphart and Consociationalism in Cyprus -- Introduction -- The Cypriot Context and Lijphart’s Terminology -- Cypriot History and Consociational Narratives -- Elite Traditions and Consociational Culture -- Lijphart and the Annan Plan -- Decentralization and Power-Sharing: An Addendum to Lijphart -- Conclusion: A Federal Cyprus? -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9: The Paradox of Direct Democracy and Elite Accommodation: The Case of Switzerland -- Lijphart’s Consociationalism -- Pouvoir Constituent Referendums and Consociationalism -- Consociationalism in Switzerland -- The Referendum in Switzerland -- Minority Veto: Constitutional Referendums and Initiatives -- Optional Referendums and Consociational Democracy -- The Period of Radicalism 1848–1919 -- The Referendum After 1919 -- The Referendum as Means of Distinguishing Parties in the Grand Coalition -- The Referendum as a Mechanism for Opposition Parties -- Referendums as Mechanism for Civil Society Involvement -- Conclusion -- Appendix A: Number of Referendums per Country 1800–2015 -- References -- Conclusion: Consociationalism After Fifty Years: Reflections and Pathways Forward -- Index -- .
  • Nhan đề liên quan: Series: International Political Theory
  • Nơi xuất bản: Springer International Publishing, Cham
  • Năm xuất bản: 2018
  • Ngôn ngữ: English
  • Số nhận dạng: ISBN: 978-3-319-67097-3 ; E-ISBN: 978-3-319-67098-0 ; DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-67098-0

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