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Author: Adrian Little
ISBN13: 978-0748615438
Title: The Politics of Community: Theory and Practice
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (February 4, 2002)
Pages: 224

The Politics of Community: Theory and Practice by Adrian Little



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Community is one of the most widely used yet also one of the most complex concepts in modern political thought. This book provides an introduction to the concept, showing how philosophical ideas can be used in political practice.

The Politics of Community. Adrian Little is Associate Professor and Reader in Political Theory and Head of the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne.

Adrian is Pro Vice Chancellor (International) at the University of Melbourne. He is also Professor of Political Theory and was the Head of the School of Social and Political Sciences between 2007 and 2017. He received his PhD from Queen’s University Belfast in 1993 and joined Melbourne from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2004. He is a former President of the Australian Political Studies Association (2011-2012). The Politics of Community: Theory and Practice. Edinburgh University Press.

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Community is one of the most widely used yet also one of the most complex concepts in modern political thought. This book provides an introduction to the concept, showing how philosophical ideas can be used in political practice.The aims of the book are to (i) provide a critical analysis of the historical use of the concept of community in political philosophy and sociological theory; (ii) demonstrate the problems that emanate from the division between communitarianism and liberalism; (iii) contrast the orthodox views on communitarianism of conservative thinkers in the UK and USA with more radical and egalitarian perspectives; (iv) consider possible new ways of thinking about notions of community in relation to social and economic policies; (v) show the relevance of community to debates about democracy, pluralism, difference and the future of the state and civil society.While other books consider either the philosophical or the policy elements of community, this book is unique in drawing together th