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Whatever happened to local democracy?

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This article explores change in local democracy through analysis of the views of councillors in Britain. It is argued that within an overarching representative process, local democracy takes representative, participatory, market and network forms. Using data gathered by questionnaire and interview, the article analyses the views of councillors on these different forms. It finds that there are differences between councillors in their attitudes to the different versions of democracy, although in the main councillors demonstrate most support for a traditional local representative democratic system. The article concludes that councillors continue to act in a manner that is out of step with the thrust of reform.
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Keywords: COUNCILLORS; GOVERNANCE; LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2012

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