Public Space And Democracy ebook
by Marcel Henaff
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These essays make a powerful case for thinking of modern technological developments not as the end of public space, but as an opportunity for reframing the idea of the public and of the public space as the locus of power. Format Paperback 248 pages.
Public Space and Democracy. By Marcel Hénaff, Tracy B. Strong
Public Space and Democracy. Strong. Public Space and Democracy. These essays make a powerful case for thinking of modern technological developments not as the end of public space, but as an opportunity for reframing the idea of the public and of the public space as the locus of power.
Volume 96 Issue 2. Until recently space was a highly suspect concept in political theory. The linguistic turn that has dominated the discipline for the past 20 years has multiple roots. Public Space and Democracy English Français. Recent work in geography and cultural studies, however, has begun to reserve this trend. Export citation Request permission. Marcel Hénaff, Tracy B. Claudio Moroni, Muriel Boucart, Glyn W. Humphreys, Marcel Hénaff, Célia Belin. Two agnostic patient. More). A timely look at the ways new technologies affect public life and power relationships.
Marcel Henaff 's book provides much material to ponder. He does a masterful job in looking at the exchange in various forms. This book provides substantial insights for the social scientist trying to understand how society is constructed through various modes of exchange. o the student of religion who is interested in sacrifice and what this tells us about the ways human relate to relgious deities. or economists and those who study economic policy. To the academian, this book raises profound challenges as one attempts to teach. Conservative parties, the right, and democracy in latin america. Minneapolis: university of minnesota press, 2001. Baltimore: johns hopkins university press, 2000.
Although many scholars recognize the democratic character of public space (Sennett 1978; Habermas 1989; Fraser 1990; Henaff and Strong 2001; Avritzer 2002; Barnett and Low 2004), this idea itself is very much contested.