Will of the Many How the Alterglobalisation Movement Is Changing the Face of Democracy
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Description: Never before has the idea of democracy enjoyed the global dominance it holds today, but neoliberalism has left the practice of democracy Marianne Maeckelbergh argues that the most promising model for global democracy is not coming from traditional political parties institutions, but from the global networks of resistance to neoliberal economics, known collectively as the Alter-globalisation movement. extensive ethnography of decision-making practices within these movements, Maeckelbergh describes an alternative form of global making.
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 9/7/2009
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
|List of Abbreviations|
|Introduction: The Unglamorous Side of Glory|
|The Road to Seattle|
|Ethnography of a Global Social Movement|
|Democracy in Social Movements|
|Horizontal Armies and Vertical Networks|
|ESF and WSF|
|The Movements within the Movement|
|Turning Dreams into Reality|
|What is Prefiguration?|
|The Politics of Process|
|Prefiguration as a Strategic Practice|
|Creating Conflictive Spaces|
|Consensus is Oppression|
|Horizontality and Power|
|The Democratic Context|
|Locating the Power to Decide|
|Transforming Democratic Values|
|Resisting Unity Through Networks|
|Social Change Through Connectivity|
|The Individual and Agency|
|Conclusion: Taking Their Time|
|Slowly, Slowly, Long Life|
|Decentralised Network Democracy|