Civil society : who belongs? / edited by William A. Barbieri, Robert Magliola, Rosemary Winslow.Series: Cultural heritage and contemporary changeSeries VIISeminars on cultures and values ; v. 17.Publication details: Washington, D.C. : Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, c2004Description: iv, 264 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1565181972 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Civil society | Social participation | Marginality, SocialDDC classification: 300 LOC classification: JC337 | .C582 2004Online resources: Table of contents
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Multiculturalism and the bounds of civil society / William A. Barbieri -- Community, culture and power : civil society, marginality, and social creativity / Charles R. Dechert -- Constitution of a rational society : a Kautilyan text / Sebastian Velassery -- Diversity and its conundrum : history of the psyche, portent of the sign / Carol M. Dupré -- From exclusion to communication : a plea for political tolerance / Sémou Pathé Gueye -- Contemporary Chinese immigrants and civil society / He Xirong -- Social change, civil society, and tolerance : a challenge for the new democracies / Viorica Tighel -- The nature, role, and challenge of civil society in selected African societies : a key to who belongs / Edward Wamala -- Ethnicity, nationhood, and civil society in Kenya / Makokha Kibaba -- The perversion of democratic pluralism : the difficult road to 'citizenship' in Africa / Sémou Pathé Gueye -- Civil society : the politics of the concept / David Kaulemu -- Between two circles : 'host' as a metaphor of identity in the language of inclusion and exclusion / Rosemary Winslow -- The reconstruction of civil society : principles, process, and pedagogy of community-based approaches to ethnic variety and convergence / John A. Kromkowski.