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In the current wave of global democratization, South Korea (Korea hereinafter) is widely regarded as one of the most successful examples. Unlike new democracies in Latin America and other regions, Korea has fully restored civilian rule by extricating the military from the political process. A...
Recently, there has been a focus on religion as an essential catalyst for political participation and renewed civic engagement. Various claims share the common assumption that religion promotes the essential components of political participation including motivation, recruitment, and ability....
The issue of public support for a democratic form of government in countries undergoing a political transition is approached from two perspectives. On a substantive level, in countries that have experienced dramatically different forms of government in a relatively short period of time, the...
Political deliberation is an instrument by which to inform citizens and invigorate public opinion. Deliberation can only properly attain these goals if the discussion reflects a number of normative characteristics, including equality and rationality. Deliberation exhibits equality if all...
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