How is democracy possible? Critical realist, social psychological and psychodynamic approaches

Journal of Critical Realism 19 (3):252-268 (2020)
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This paper develops a theory of how democratic governance is possible. It analyses democracy as a laminated system consisting of three interdependent levels – the political/institutional, the socia...

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