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" Civil society" can be defined as: the realm of organized social life that is voluntary, self-generating, (largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules. "
The Indonesian Parliament and Democratization - ˹ 25
Patrick Ziegenhain - 2008 - 238 ˹
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Democratic Transition in Asia: The Role of the International Community

Muthiah Alagappa - 1994 - 36 ˹
...programs for political change.40 Its development "See Diamond |1994|. Civil society can be defined as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely! self-supporting, autonomous from the state and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules" (p. 5). EAST-WEST CENTER will be difficult not only...

African Political Economy: Contemporary Issues in Development

Kempe R. Hope - 1997 - 230 ˹
...countervailing mechanism to state power while simultaneously engaging the state. It can be defined as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules" (Diamond 1994). It is an intermediary entity which stands...
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Conflict, Cleavage, and Change in Central Asia and the Caucasus

Karen Dawisha, Bruce Parrott - 1997 - 423 ˹
...election monitor, after the election. 39 See, for example, Larry Diamond's definition of civil society "as the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules," in "Toward Democratic Consolidation," Journal of Democracy...
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Subsaharan Africa in the 1990s: Challenges to Democracy and Development

Rukhsana A. Siddiqui - 1997 - 221 ˹
...society. CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY: CONCEPTUALIZING CIVIL SOCIETY Civil society is the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules. It is distinct from "society" in general in that it...
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The International Politics of Central Asia

John Anderson - 1997 - 225 ˹
...the context of democratisation, Larry Diamond has described civil society as 'the realm of organised social life that is voluntary, self-generating, (largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules. It is distinct from "society" in general in that it...
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Civil Society in China

Timothy Brook, B. Michael Frolic - 1997
...models of state and society. Auto-Organization A recent definition characterizes civil society in part as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary, self-generating, (largely) selfsupporting, [and] autonomous from the state" (Diamond 1994: 5).3 The present chapter has been written not to evaluate...
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From Pirates to Drug Lords: The Post - Cold War Caribbean Security Environment

Michael Charles Desch, Jorge I. Domínguez, Vice Provost for International Affairs Antonio Medero Professor of Mexican and Latin American Politics and Economics and Chairman of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies Jorge I Dominguez, Andres Serbin, Andrés Serbín - 1998 - 161 ˹
...Summer 1994), 267-85. As an operative definition of the concept, we take that provided by Diamond: "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...[largely] self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared values [which] involves citizens acting collectively in a public...
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Consolidating Democracy in South Korea

Larry Jay Diamond - 2000 - 253 ˹
...Democratic Consolidation," Journal of Democracy 5 (1994): 5. According to him, civil society is defined as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules." With this definition, he emphasizes the following aspects...
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Race and Reconciliation in South Africa: A Multicultural Dialogue in ...

William E. Van Vugt, G. Daan Cloete - 2000 - 213 ˹
...democracy.10 Concerning liberal democratic transitions and consolidation, Larry Diamond defines civil society as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...[largely] self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules."" Democratic transitions are based mainly on the strategic...
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Unfinished Transitions: Women and the Gendered Development of Democracy in ...

Elisabeth J. Friedman - 2010
...clarity, l am following Larry Diamond's separation of civil and political society. Civil society is the "realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...largely self-supporting, autonomous from the state and bound by a legal order or set of shared rules. lt is distinct from 'society' in general in that it...
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