The first democracy has a series of structures which we consider intrinsic to the ideal of democracy, and although a construct of its time (with those allowed to take part in this democratic process being limited), the idea of democracy (Dēmokratía: rule of the people), is consistent with the idea of the Agora, a public space which facilitates its key functions.
Documenting the social, political and economic ecosystem developing in Manchester at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. The influence of non-conformists, the Humboldsian model of education and counter movements such […]
the “protest Contingencies Timeline” which looks at the social, political and economic structures on which the act of protest is contingent. Protest occurs at the dis-junction between citizen expectation and […]
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