2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-62762014000100005
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Pluralização da representação política e legitimidade democrática: lições das instituições participativas no Brasil

Abstract: Resumo: A redemocratização brasileira alterou profundamente as relações entre Estado e sociedade e o casamento entre representação e democracia. As mudanças não ficaram restritas à representação eleitoral e estatal, mas atingiram a esfera de atuação da sociedade civil. A incorporação direta dos cidadãos no processo decisório é uma das mais significativas inovações na democratização do Brasil. Este artigo defende que a nova arquitetura institucional que amplia os canais de conexão entre Estado e sociedade inaug… Show more

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“…A third and more recent standpoint, dialogues with the theory of Political Mobilization (Tarrow, 2009) and promotes an articulation between these first two schools of thought. Studies along these lines broaden the debate about the importance of the participation of civil society, by considering multiple forms of political representation, social control and legitimacy within the context of democracies (Almeida, 2014). This debate about participative instances (PIs) has grown in Brazil and Latin America in recent years.…”
Section: Discussing the Role Of Civil Society In Public Actionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A third and more recent standpoint, dialogues with the theory of Political Mobilization (Tarrow, 2009) and promotes an articulation between these first two schools of thought. Studies along these lines broaden the debate about the importance of the participation of civil society, by considering multiple forms of political representation, social control and legitimacy within the context of democracies (Almeida, 2014). This debate about participative instances (PIs) has grown in Brazil and Latin America in recent years.…”
Section: Discussing the Role Of Civil Society In Public Actionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The most productive authors have their affiliation in developed countries, especially the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Spain. In Brazil, only three articles that address the country's reality were found, which are in Portuguese and are from the field of political science (Bauer, Lotta and Galvão, 2013;Almeida, 2014;Lavalle and Szwago, 2015). None of them directly address the issue of social innovation and all refer to experiences of civil society participation in the public sphere.…”
Section: The Current Debate On Civil Society and Social Innovation Inmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Brazilian scholars focused on the way representation was built, legitimised and pluralised beyond representative government (Almeida, 2009(Almeida, , 2014(Almeida, , 2015Avritzer, 2007;Borba & Lüchmann, 2010;Faria, 2007;Gurza Lavalle, 2008;Gurza Lavalle et al, 2006a, 2006bMartelli, Almeida, & Lüchmann, 2019;Mendonça, 2008). Gurza Lavalle and Isunza (2011) had a prominent role in claiming that researchers had to go beyond the literature on participation to make sense of what was going on in many of these forums.…”
Section: Investigating Representation In Brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%