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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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Islam and Civil Society in Southeast Asia

Nakamura Mitsuo, Sharon Siddique, Omar Faroul Bajunid - 2001 - 211 ˹
...religious circles). Such elements of civil society act as links between the state and society, or in "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...largely self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by legal order or set of standard rules". 1 * However, in the world's fourth most populous country,...
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Reshaping World Politics: NGOs, the Internet, and Global Civil Society

Craig Warkentin - 2001 - 209 ˹
...that has captured their attention is "civil society." As commonly defined, civil society refers to "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 this context, citizens are seen as "acting collectively...
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The Civil Corporation: The New Economy of Corporate Citizenship

Simon Zadek - 2012 - 257 ˹
...challenges the more limited institutional view of civil society, arguing instead that it 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. . . not some mere residual category synonymous with...
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Fuzhou Protestants and the Making of a Modern China, 1857-1927

Ryan Dunch - 2001 - 293 ˹
...this transitional period in China is that of the growth of "civil society," which has been defined as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary, self-generating, (largely) self-supporting, [and] autonomous from the state."65 The term derives from the work of the German social thinker Jürgen...
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China and Christianity: Burdened Past, Hopeful Future

Stephen Uhalley, Xiaoxin Wu - 2001 - 499 ˹
...agreement on what the term means. While most writers would agree with on the general definition of "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary, self-generating, (largely) self-supporting, [and] autonomous from the state," differences have emerged in the literature over how to define autonomy...
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Global Society in Transition:An International Politics Reader

Daniel N. Nelson, Laura Neack - 2002 - 527 ˹
...development of civil society and democratization.7 Civil society is perhaps most succinctly denned by Diamond as: ... the realm of organized social life...(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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Korean Society: Civil Society, Democracy, and the State

Charles K. Armstrong - 2002 - 214 ˹
...of and future prospects for democracy. The political scientist Larry Diamond defines civil society as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely) selfsupporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or set of rules. "^ Whether or not we choose to use the term "civil society"...
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After Communism: Perspectives on Democracy (p)

Donald R. Kelley - 2003 - 304 ˹
...functional associations, cultural or ethnic groups, or special issue groups. Diamond describes them as "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...(largely) self-supporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal order or a set of shared values."15 Civil society performs a number of necessary functions...
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Business Politics and the State in Twentieth-Century Latin America

Ben Ross Schneider, Professor of Political Science Ben Ross Schneider - 2004 - 312 ˹
...interactions between states and civil societies. In Diamond's definition, civil society is conceived here 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 (italics in the original). (Diamond 1996, 228) By this...
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Human Rights, the Rule of Law, and Development in Africa

Paul Zeleza, Tiyambe Zeleza, Philip McConnaughay - 2004 - 302 ˹
...in respect to democratic governance and respect for human rights in Zambia. Civil society refers to "the realm of organized social life that is voluntary,...largely selfsupporting, autonomous from the state, and bound by a legal or a set of shared rules" (Diamond 1994: 5). This organized voluntary social life...
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