Readership: Scholars and Students of Political Science, Comparative Politics, Environmental Politics, and Sociology
John S. Dryzek, Australian National University, David Downes, Victoria Department of Education and Training, Christian Hunold, Drexel University, David Schlosberg, Northern Arizona University, and Hans-Kristian Hernes, University of Tromsø
"... an excellent example of symbiosis between comparative institutional politics and political theory. s"
"... go a long way in addressing an important and but underresearched topic in comparative politics. s"
1: States, Movements, and Democracy
2: Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Four Countries
3: Cooptive or Effective Inclusion? Movement Aims and State Imperatives
4: The Perils of Political Inclusion: Moderation and Bureaucratization
5: The Dynamics of Democratization
6: Evaluating Movement Effectiveness and Strategy
7: Ecological Modernization, Risk Society, and the Green State