澳大利亚的民主和公民权

Stokes, Geoffrey 2010, 澳大利亚的民主和公民权, in Democratic experiences in China and its practice in Zhejiang Province, Zhejiang People's Publishing House, [Zhejiang, China], pp.147-158.

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Title 澳大利亚的民主和公民权
Translated title Democracy and Citizenship in Australia
Author(s) Stokes, Geoffrey
Title of book Democratic experiences in China and its practice in Zhejiang Province
Editor(s) Lijiang, Sheng
Ning, Fang
Publication date 2010
Chapter number 19
Total chapters 25
Start page 147
End page 158
Total pages 12
Publisher Zhejiang People's Publishing House
Place of Publication [Zhejiang, China]
Summary With the granting of the franchise to white men and women in 1902, Australia became one of the first mass electoral democracies. When the early federal governments passed innovative social and economic legislation, Australia also laid claim to being, or at least becoming, a social democracy. Nonetheless, these achievements built upon an earlier record of political, social, and economic reform in the Australian colonies. This paper offers a brief history of the evolution of Australian democracy that takes account of the interactions between institutional change and political struggles for citizenship rights. The process of democratisation has not been uniform, either in its evolution or scope, and the outcomes for citizens have been uneven. Where liberal and social democratic principles generally predominate, these remain in constant tension with more authoritarian tendencies, which then become a focus for resistance from individual citizens, organised labour, and social movements. Democratisation in Australia, as in many countries, is a process that inevitably involves conflict, not only over the character of its political and legal institutions, but also over who is to be included or excluded as citizens, and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
ISBN 9787213042720
Language chi
Field of Research 160602 Citizenship
Socio Economic Objective 940106 Citizenship and National Identity
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30032920

Document type: Book Chapter
Collection: School of International and Political Studies
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