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" Dahl, for example, describes the "normal American political process" as one in which there is a high probability that an active and legitimate group in the population can make itself heard effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision. "
Civic Engagement in American Democracy - Pagina 390
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A Preface to Democratic Theory

Robert A. Dahl - 1956 - 155 pagine
...called the "normal" American political process. VIII I defined the "normal" American political process as one in which there is a high probability that an...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision. To be "heard" covers a wide range of activities, and I do not intend to define the word rigorously....
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Democratic Theories and the Constitution

Martin Edelman - 1984 - 399 pagine
...the activities of pluralistic groups. America is a democracy because in its "normal" political system "there is a high probability that an active and legitimate...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision."" 4 Individual political participation thereby became the attribute of a small group of activists....
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Three Civilizations, Two Cultures, One State: Canada's Political Traditions

Douglas V. Verney - 1986 - 454 pagine
...primarily descriptive, analyzing the "normal" process of American government. This process he defines as "one in which there is a high probability that...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision."81 It is useful to recall that we undertook this study of Dahl as an examination of the work...
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Interest-Group Politics in France

Frank L. Wilson - 1987 - 324 pagine
...clearly more powerful than others and dominate certain policy areas. But whatever their resources, there is "... a high probability that an active and...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision."2 With large numbers of groups present, it is common under the pluralist pattern to find...
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When Unions Merge

Gary N. Chaison - 1986 - 186 pagine
...municipality. If one assumes, as here, that municipal political processes should be structured to ensure "a high probability that an active and legitimate...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision,"21 then the issue is how powerful unions will be in the typical political process if a full...
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The State of Public Bureaucracy

Larry B. Hill - 1992 - 248 pagine
...government and politics can, therefore, be best understood as a competition among minority interests 5. that "there is a high probability . .. that an 'active...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision' " 9 6. that "the competition among governmental institutions and nongovernmental interest...
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Kindred Strangers: The Uneasy Relationship Between Politics and Business in ...

David Vogel - 1996 - 415 pagine
...amount of "slack." They reinforce Dahl's contention that in the "normal" American political process "there is a high probability that an active and legitimate...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision."4 If this approach illustrates some of the vitality left in pluralist theory, it also demonstrates...
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Discrimination, Jobs, and Politics: The Struggle for Equal Employment ...

Paul Burstein - 1998 - 247 pagine
...pluralist view of the American political process, Robert Dahl, its best-known proponent, has written, "there is a high probability that an active and legitimate...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision" (1956, 145). Opposed to this view is one in which power is concentrated in the hands of a...
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Collective Bargaining and Increased Competition for Resources in Local ...

Arthur W. Spengler - 1999 - 240 pagine
...order to produce an adopted budget. It would be reasonable to assume that they would want there to be a high probability that an active and legitimate group...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision. To be "heard" covers a wide range of activities . . . [by] effectively I mean more than the...
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Israel: The Dynamics of Change and Continuity

David Levi-Faur - 1999 - 304 pagine
...remain within legal bounds. According to Dahl, under pluralism there is a high probability than any active and legitimate group in the population can...effectively at some crucial stage in the process of decision." The application of these characteristics to interest politics in Israel reveals both its...
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