Table of contents for Participatory democracy and political participation : can participatory engineering bring citizens back in? / edited by Thomas Zittel and Dieter Fuchs.

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		Notes on contributors
		Editor¿s acknowledgements
Democratic reform and political participation			2
Thomas Zittel and Dieter Fuchs
Democratic reform and political participation: Two theoretical perspectives
1	Participatory democracy and political participation			12
	Thomas Zittel
2	Participatory, liberal, and electronic democracy			50
	Dieter Fuchs
Democratic reform and political responsiveness
3	Political participation in party primaries: Increase in quantity,
decrease in quality?							100
Gideon Rahat and Reuven Y. Hazan
4	Scotland: A new era for participatory democracy?			130
Peter McLaverty and Sue Morris
Democratic reform and direct democracy
5	The effects of political institutions and city size on political
participation: The Swiss case						160
Simone Baglioni
6	Direct democracy and political participation from a
cross-national perspective						195
Silvano Moeckli
Democratic reform and civil society
7	¿Letting George do it¿: Accounting for low participation rates?	232
William A. Maloney and Grant Jordan
8	Trust and governance:
	How culture and economics constraint the state			275
Eric M. Uslaner
	9	Workplace democracy: Turning workers into citizens?		303
		Neil Carter
Democratic reform and local government
10	Mobilizing for participatory democracy?
	The case of democracy policy in Sweden				335
Stig Montin
11	Democratic renewal in local government?
	Top down strategies for bottom up involvement			363
Jacob Aars
Can participatory engineering bring citizens back in?		405
Thomas Zittel

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political participation.
Politics, Practical.