"The Limits of Representative Democracy in Algeria".
There are many studies in the field of political science which have touched on the subject of the limits of representative democracy but most of these studies have not exceeded the abstract aspect of political representation as an idea. Thus, lies the importance of this study in its scientific aspect of being a new addition to the researches that relate to the Democracy in Algeria. In the practical sense, the study aims to interrogate the Algerian reality to highlight the shortcomings that limit the optimal application of representative democracy. This scientific methodology has been employed in this study "Functional Constructivism approach" to investigate the efficacy of the different structures that react with the process of political representation. The study concluded that the political, legal and cultural structures in the frame of overall social system suffer from many crises in terms of construction and function that lead to failure in the optimal application of representative democracy in Algeria.
keywords : representative democracy – structure – function.
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In our days there is a strong compititon between inventions discoveries due to technology then the computer appereared for personal use with internet. At that time , there what’s called ‘use limits’ of the net in other words, i twas for a particular cabgogy.
Hawerver, the developement of the internet lead’s to increasing the users number with all society categories to explore beond the limits ther fore, this innovation lead’s to the electronic crimes to all types of media’s help’s society to stop tis crime, this why’s we,shed hight on the signification role of media to respect the Algerain society from stert of crime.
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INEQUALITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH
DATE: SEPTEMBER 11 –18 2015
VENUE: DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the International Development Economic Associates (IDEAS), are pleased to announce, within the framework of the third three-year phase of the Africa/Asia/Latin America Scholarly Collaborative Program, the call for applications for participation in the Eighth South-South Institute on “Inequality and Social Justice: Perspectives from the Global South”. The Institute will be held in Durban, South Africa, from September 11 to 18, 2015, on the back of the third World Social Science Forum (WSSF III, jointly hosted by CODESRIA, the Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa and the ISSC). The Theme of the WSSF III is: Transforming Global Relations for a Just World. For more information about the WSSF III, visit the forum website: http://www.wssf2015.org/
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